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Book Title: Windy City Nurse|
The author of the book: Ann McMan
ISBN 13: 9781612940656
Format files: PDF
The size of the: 34.46 MB
Edition: Bywater Books
Date of issue: June 14th 2016
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Reader ratings: 6.7
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"Ann McMan is the lesbian Armistead Maupin—only better."—Lee Lynch, author of The Swashbuckler
June Magee, R.N., is a commensurate nurse professional, fully devoting herself to the welfare of those committed to her care. She's also a cultural and media icon with two best selling books, and the trendiest syndicated newspaper column in the business. She's also smokin' hot in her retro, starched white yummy goodness.
When Roi Rodgers, June's gender-bending colleague and Pulitzer-winning boi photographer, returns from a trip to Sub-Saharan Africa, the two polar opposites are forced to confront their unlikely but undeniably steamy attraction to one another. But before the two can decide whether they're on-again or off-again, Roi has to ditch her clingy, glamazon girlfriend, Kit Katz—and June must deflect the advances of the hunky and heroic Dr. Rip Ropiteaux.
Just as they begin to sort things out, Roi falls dangerously ill with what doctors fear is a case of the dreaded Marburg Hemorrhagic Fever. Afraid for Roi's life, June Magee, R.N. throws caution to the wind and volunteers for duty in the CDC's Chicago Quarantine Station.
Join June, Roi, and a zany cast of characters as they battle a cascading host of symptoms—and smoldering passions—in this season's funniest hot zone.
Ann McMan is the author of six novels, including Jericho, Aftermath, and Backcast, and two short story collections. She has won two Golden Crown Literary Awards and her novel, Hoosier Daddy, was a Lambda Literary Award Finalist.
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Read information about the authorCollege at an indifferent liberal arts institution taught Ann McMan that understanding subject/verb agreement was not enough to secure her fame and fortune. After graduation, she got a job driving a young adult bookmobile—and spent her days piloting the great rig across the dusty back roads of rural North Carolina. Her duties included making certain that the mobile library always contained at least six copies of "Are You There God? It’s Me, Margaret", visiting the county detention unit (it was a great way to catch up with her brothers), and showing public service films about safe sex to pre-teens at 4-H Clubs all across her part of “The New South.”
Soon, the allure of higher education coaxed Ann back to school. For the past three decades, Ann has worked at a succession of premier institutions, designing marketing and advancement materials that promote, promulgate, and extol the benefits of indifferent liberal arts education.
Somebody has to do it.
All this time, she continued to write. And when, at the ripe old age of thirty, she realized that she was not like other girls, the great world of lesbian literature opened its arms, and provided her with a safe haven in which to grow and learn about her new identity. She will forever be indebted to those literary pioneers who had the courage, the talent, and the temerity to gift us all with an art form of our own. Ann’s first and subsequent attempts at writing lesbian fiction have been heartfelt attempts to pay that great gift forward.
Ann McMan is the author of three novels, JERICHO, DUST, and AFTERMATH–and the story collection SIDECAR.
In 2011, Ann, along with her novels JERICHO and DUST and her short story “I Saw Xena Kissing Senticles” were elected to The Royal Academy of Bards Hall of Fame. In 2012, she was awarded the Alice B. Lavender Certificate.
BACKCAST, further adventures of the CLIT-Con 13 (that zany cast of authors from SIDECAR’s “Bottle Rocket”) will be released in 2013.
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