Wednesday, February 26, 2020

Wednesday The Aries Libra Connection #MFRWHooks #BWLAuthor #Romance contemporary #Astrology #Hospital

The Aries Libra Connection (Opposites In Love Book 1)

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Jenessa is Aries, a nurse, union advocate and likes a good fight.

Eric is Libra, Director of Nursing, and believes in compromise.

Can these two find a way to uncover the underhanded events at the hospital? They’re on opposite sides but the attraction between them is strong. She’s a widow who fought to save her husband’s life during a code. She feels guilty because the love she and her husband shared had died before his death. He assisted at the code but he feels guilty since he was the one who was responsible for the short staffing the night her husband died.

Now they face falling in love and trying to solve the problems between the nurse’s union and the president of the hospital’s Board who wants a take over of the hospital by his hospital group. Is their love strong enough to survive?

Reviewed in the United States on December 3, 2018
Format: Kindle Edition
While a first meeting might be memorable, that doesn’t mean the memory is easily triggered. She’s a widow, he’s the nurse who was responsible for the short staffing at the hospital the night her husband died. And when the truth comes out it can destroy any chances for a relationship. In Aries-Libra Connection, the author demonstrates her knowledge of hospitals to make the story real, but does so skillfully without slowing down the read. From the first page to the last, Walters pulls you into the lives of her characters and has you rooting for a happily-ever after ending.

Recommend this book and the rest of the Opposites in Love series.

Rosemary Morris

5.0 out of 5 stars Hospital Romance
Reviewed in the United Kingdom on October 26, 2018
Format: Kindle EditionVerified Purchase

The heat of the August sun caused a trickle of sweat to run down Jenessa’s back. As she threw her practice pitches, she watched Sam Gray and a tall, blond man approach. He put a can on the grass. She felt his appraising stare and tamped an urge to ask what his problem was.
     “Play ball.” The home plate umpire’s call interrupted her thoughts. She stepped on the mound and prepared her first pitch.
     The first two innings were scoreless. She stepped to the plate in the bottom of the third. The first three pitches were high and wide. “Put one across.”
     The pitcher hurled. Jenessa tapped a liner off the end of the bat. The opposing pitcher bobbled the ball. Jenessa streaked past first and dove for second.
     She bounced to her feet. “You’re blind. I was safe.”
     “Out,” he repeated.
     Megan, he’s not for me, she thought. As she walked away, she dusted her shirt. Her braid slapped against her back. A few feet from first base, she turned. “Safe.”
     For a moment, she thought he intended to continue the discussion. She felt his gaze on her back and grinned. Sparring with him at the bargaining table could be fun.
     In the seventh and final inning, the other team scored two runs. Jenessa rallied her team. “We can’t let them win. Nan, Simone, just get on and I’ll bring you in.”

     They walked. She strode to the plate and connected with the first pitch. The ball soared over the heads of the outfielders. She trotted past first. “I was safe.”
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Daryl Devoré said...

LOL - every baseball game ever. Safe!

Kate Hill said...

Sounds like she enjoyed that confrontation!

Mary J. McCoy-Dressel said...

Good for Jenessa getting in the last word!

Holly Bargo said...

I enjoy when the heroine gets the last, triumphant word in and she doesn't feel guilty about it.

Dee S Knight and Anne Krist said...

As Winston Churchill said, "Never give up. Never ever give up." This sounds like a battle I'd like to read!

Tena Stetler said...

Gotta have the last word, to make your point. Good for her