I somehow manage to get involved in series, that is writing them. Somehow one story turns into another and then there's a series. Two of my series feature nurses, doctors and other characters who work in the medical field I'll share a few of these today. If my guest who was supposed to be here Friday and Saturday doesn't show for Saturday and Sunday, I'll share some other series.
Moon Child - This series was born because I wondered if every heroine was born when the Sun was in the sign Cancer and the heroes hit the other signs. So far there's a Cancer - Cancer make up, A cancer - Aries, A Cancer -Taurus. I'm currently working on Cancer - Gemini. I have the characters in mind for Cancer - Leo and For Cancer - Virgo. They will make their appearance sometime in the future. This series takes place in Fern Lake and so there are some common places in the stories. Here's a look at the blurbs.
.Torn apart years ago by lies and threats, Rafe Marshall returns to town and confronts Manon Lockley. She has been told he died on the night he stood her up for their senior prom.
When she faints, Rafe catches her and realizes he hasn’t stopped loving her. Manon carries anger and now grief that wasn’t real. Rafe wants her in his life, but she doesn’t want to talk about what happened in the past. She can’t be sure if her father or someone else told lies about Rafe and she doesn’t want to know. Can Rafe persuade her to listen? Not without a battle.
Returning to Fern Lake after ten years for the funeral of his cousin and teenage enemy, Simon Parker learns his high school sweetheart is nine months pregnant and seven months divorced from his cousin. Their meeting is complicated by her labor and driving her to the hospital. An attempted cheek kiss lands on her mouth and those old feelings resurface.
Dana Collins responds to the kiss but Simon walked away ten years before when she refused to go all the way. In those ten years he has never tried to reach her. Her marriage to his cousin lasted less than two years and she knew she’d made a mistake.
When Maria and a child she says is his arrives on Jay’s doorsteps, he is in the middle of composing a musical. Though the four year old has his eyes, Jay can’t be sure this isn’t a scam. He believes his dead wife took steps to rid herself of the child. A need for his assistance to help with childcare while she works is Maria’s reason for arriving in Fern Lake. She also believes her nephew should know his father. Can Jay accept and learn to love his child and deal with the attraction to a woman who physically looks like his dead wife? Can Maria deal with his trust issues and a threat from her own family?