Where would you take a dream vacation? Many people will mention the Caribbean Islands, Hawaii or the Mediterranean. Me? I'd go to Scotland! While it's not as warm and sunny, Scotland speaks to my heart. First, it's where my husband's family is from and it'd be great to see his family's land. Also, the accent and dialect of Scotland are beautiful. Closing my eyes and hearing someone speak, my heart beats faster. Finally, Scotland itself is magical. The land is old and has seen time. Putting my feet in the grass and lochs...heaven.
Kate MacInnis's Nurse Morgan is off to Scotland!! If you love stories with ghosts and humor, this series is for you! DISTANT RELATIVES is the latest release and involves the same sassy comebacks and zany ghosts. This time, Nurse Morgan must face her greatest fears as she and her boyfriend dash off to the wedding of Morgan's boss and friend. Now available in ebook and print, DISTANT RELATIVES is sure to have you holding your side through laughter. So curl up with a copy for yourself.
Just when Emergency Nurse Morgan Cutler thought her life was under control, spirits from the other world interfere. AGAIN.
Her best friend’s mother is getting married and Savannah is overdosing on chocolates and alcohol every chance she gets! What’s a best friend to do but travel with her for the extravagant social event. It figures, just when Morgan Cutler thinks everything is going along as normally as possible, something triggers the dominoes to fall around her. Once again, her world is being turned upside down and she’s in the center of the storm. Some days you have to embrace the chaos in order to survive but Morgan isn’t only dealing with Earthly issues -- but Ghostly ones, too!
There’s a new ghost who wishes her harm and another spirit is stalking her. Then there’s her ghostly roommates. Jonathan Wilkerson is depressed and inconsolable and his wife, Elisabeth, is worried about him and wants Morgan to help. Gloria, the Good Sam Hospital resident ghost, pressures Morgan to help solve cold cases involving murders, so the dearly departed can enjoy eternal peace. With all this on her plate, it’s a wonder Morgan has time to sleep!
Dr. Caleb Lightfoot, the perfect man for her is giving hints about settling down. But she can’t even think about commitment and a future when her life is so chaotic. Will he be patient and wait for her to get a handle on her psychic abilities and a house full of ghosts from the other side? Or will he keep his distance and let the flame of their passion burn out?
What’s a girl to do?
Settle in folks and grab a scotch, this storm is heading south from Detroit to Atlanta and overseas! Just when you thought it was safe for Morgan to consider a life and true love, the ghosts are set to drag her back kicking and screaming to settle their debts. But don’t worry, Morgan approaches everything like she does her life—with a dose of laughter and snarkiness! DISTANT RELATIVES is the third book in this best selling series featuring zany ghosts and lively characters who get into more trouble than humanly possible. Looking for a Ghostly Romantic ER-like story…DISTANT RELATIVES is it!
The door to the parlor opened and Buck’s son Jefferson Buchanan, entered the room. He saw Savvy and grinned. “Hello, Dad. Hello, Audrey. Good to see you, Savannah,” he said.
Savvy stared without blinking and nodded to him.
Morgan leaned over to Caleb and said, “I swear to God, I heard violins when he looked at her.” Caleb nodded agreement but never took his gaze off the couple.
“Please join us, Jeff. There’s one seat left next to Savannah. I had so hoped you’d be able to be here today,” Audrey said.
“I smell a setup,” Morgan whispered.
“No kidding,” Caleb replied. “But by Audrey or Buck?”
“Hmm, I don’t know.”
Jeff sat next to Savvy. She closed her eyes and took a deep, cleansing breath. Morgan knew from experience that Savannah was back in control. “Well, Jeff, what brings you here today?” she asked.
“My father’s wedding. And you, Savannah.”
“Hunh?” Savvy squeaked.
“You. There’s so much I wanted to talk about when you were here before, but our schedules didn’t allow it. Today, I’m free all afternoon. How about you?”
“Sure, yes. I think I’m available as long as Mama doesn’t need me.”
“You go on and enjoy reminiscing about the old days. Buck and I will entertain Caleb and Morgan. Just be back in time to get ready for the rehearsal dinner,” Audrey said.
Jeff stood and took Savvy’s hand. She let him lead her to the front door. “We’re not going to leave the property. Dad, if you need me, just call. Audrey, if you need Savannah, just call my cell.”
Morgan noticed that Savvy was not as sure-footed as usual. She seemed ready to faint or fall over. “Did you notice that Savvy was at a loss for words and stumbling, besides?” she asked.
Caleb answered, “Yep. I bet that hasn’t happened before.”
“Not in this century,” Morgan said.
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