Ghosts...a shiver of cold air. A shadow out of the corner of your eye. A door slams where no one else is around. Many of us have dealt with these things. We have events which we can't explain. But is it a ghost?
Nurse Morgan starts with those events and soon realizes she can see AND talk to! Worst of all, these ghosts want her to help them and they won't leave her alone. Is Nurse Morgan going crazy??
Kate MacInnis' new release, Distant Heart Sounds is a fun romp through a romance with exciting secondary characters who will have you in stitches! The story is one you will laugh along with. Now available in ebook- grab your own copy today!!
Just because you haven’t seen a ghost, it doesn’t mean they aren’t around. You can’t see germs either, but you know they exist everywhere. Besides, everybody has a ghost story or unexplained experience—yet no one wants to admit that they believe in spirits.
What if your life was turned upside down and you suddenly had the ability to see, hear and communicate with those on the other side? How would you handle the situation?
Distant Heart Sounds takes a look at what Morgan Cutler encounters after an unexpected near-death-experience leaves her with psychic abilities. As a 40-ish, skeptical, heard-it-all-before, metro Detroit emergency center nurse, Morgan believes she has seen just about everything in her 20+ years on the job, but then one day, she feels someone she cannot see.
The new Morgan opens herself to a relationship with a hunky doctor at the emergency center, who has some psychic ability as well. Romance, humor, mystery, and being connected to others bring peace and joy into her life.
But what happens when Morgan witnesses the evil inside one man’s heart? Some secrets are better left unseen.
The three of them looked at the beautiful woman with a hole in her chest. The entrance wound missed the heavy diamond necklace; her mouth was open, and she stared dully with lifeless, green eyes.
“This obviously was not a robbery. That necklace is worth more than my house.” Morgan looked at Chief Hill.
“Looks like a small-caliber wound at close range,” said Adam Thornton. “We’ll have her moved to the city morgue where they can confirm.” He pulled a notebook out of his pocket and scribbled.
“I know what happened,” Gloria said from behind Morgan, who jumped and turned to find herself face to face with the woman.
“I had brunch at the country club today with some of my friends. It was a charity event with all sorts of people there. The valet went to get my car, but he came back and said it had a flat tire, which he offered to fix once the rush was over. I didn’t believe him and crossed the parking lot to see for myself. When I got to my car, it did have a flat tire. I didn’t know what else to do, so I decided to go back to the valet and call for help.”
Morgan stared with her mouth open as she listened to the woman recount the experience. She turned back to the detectives and coughed.
“Morgan, are you okay?” Ed asked.
Gloria stopped and glared at Ed. “Excuse me, officer, I was in the middle of my death story.”