Do you love a book that you want to gobble up like chocolate? What about a story that made you hold your side or cover your mouth because of laughter? I think humor has become more important in our world, especially since there are so many scary or depressing things happening around us. What better book to have humor than romance? The zaniest things are always happening just when we try to have a romantic moment. Whether it's your child walking in on you and hubby naked playing hide the hotdog or the dog running off with your underwear. Frankly, you just have to laugh!! I love a good romance that has both laughter and love!
DISTANT RELATIVES is the latest book by best-selling author, Kate MacInnis and features her heroine Nurse Morgan. She deals with ghosts running amuck among the rest of her life- work, boyfriend, best friend's wedding, and a lot of wine! This story is hilarious. Author MacInnis jumps right in with the zany ghosts, with one of them feeling depressed with his lack of a future in the afterlife. And it doesn't stop there! Now available in Ebook and Print, DISTANT RELATIVES will have you chuckling throughout the story! Be sure to grab a copy for yourself and curl up with a glass of wine!
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!
A man sat on the side of the bed wearing an airline pilot’s uniform. She watched as he tried to put his hat on his head and it fell to the floor every time, no matter how he tried to place it. He struggled to pick it up again when he saw her and said, “Nurse, can you help me?”
Morgan kept her eyes on the patient. The man had a handsome, innocent face and she could see right through him. His clothing was fading but not as fast as his flesh. His smile wavered as he looked at his own hands grow faint.
“Sir, uh Captain, what is your name?” she asked softly. Now his edges were blurry. She knew he was a ghost, but he didn’t know he was a ghost.
“I’m Captain Zack Meyers. I was brought here in an ambulance. I’m not sure exactly what happened, but I would guess there was a crash. Am I right?”
“How is everyone else? We had seventeen passengers and then the crew of three, including me. Did they all make it?” Captain Meyers asked. He gripped his hat in his faint hands and turned it over and over.
“I haven’t had a full report on all of the victims yet. Some went right to the operating rooms and some are waiting for surgery. One or two may get discharged home today or tomorrow, and the rest will be admitted to the hospital. That’s all I know so far, Captain Meyers.”
“Oh. I don’t know if that’s good news or sad news, nurse,” he said, placing the hat on the bed. “I’m a little surprised that I haven’t been taken to surgery or for x-rays or something. My head hurt really bad and the pain is completely gone now. I’m not sure what kind of injury I have. Do you happen to know?”
“Well, Captain, um, do you have any idea what happened?” She watched as a blue aura shone all around him. She knew blue meant that he was highly intelligent.
“I had a headache, which is odd for me. I asked my copilot for some aspirin and that’s the last thing I remember. I don’t think he ever gave it to me. We were getting ready to land and I was going to turn the controls over to him before I took the aspirin. Does that help you?”
“Uh, I don’t know how to tell you this, sir, but…”