Death Benefits (Love Inspired Suspense Series #60) [NOOK Book]

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"You're a doctor?" Cheryl leaned toward Mel and raised her voice to be heard over the din of restaurant diners. "You could help me paralyze someone, then, couldn't you?"

Mel stared at her with some trepidation. This was the "nice young...
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Death Benefits (Love Inspired Suspense Series #60)

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Overview



"You're a doctor?" Cheryl leaned toward Mel and raised her voice to be heard over the din of restaurant diners. "You could help me paralyze someone, then, couldn't you?"

Mel stared at her with some trepidation. This was the "nice young lady" his pastor, Brother Ron, wanted him to meet?

"I only want to paralyze him temporarily, of course," Cheryl continued.

Mel glanced toward the nearest exit.

"I'd better explain myself," she said with a smile. "I write novels. I'm doing research for a book."

Ah, interesting. He relaxed slightly and gave her all the information she needed in good, graphic detail. He couldn't understand why she only ate half a slice of pizza the whole evening.

This was Mel's introduction into Cheryl's world of fiction. It was Cheryl's introduction into the life of an emergency room physician. They were both fascinated. A year and a half later, they were married.

The fascination grew as Mel downloaded at the end of his workday--never betraying patient confidentiality. Cheryl's imagination took over, and together they generated ideas for a completely new story, with a completely new novel. With Mel's medical input, encouragement and help with plotting, and Cheryl's writing skills gleaned over 13 years, they developed their first ER-style novel.

The Hoddes (pronounced Hoddee) have loved working together ever since that first meeting. Cheryl has been a professional writer for 19 years now. Mel is a board-certified ER physician with a degree in osteopathy. They work together under the pen name of Hannah Alexander. Their specialty is medical romantic suspense.

Mel and Cheryl live in theMissouri Ozarks, where they like to set the majority of their books.

They love to hear from their readers and can be reached through their web site, www.hannahalexander.com.
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781426844058
  • Publisher: Harlequin Enterprises
  • Publication date: 7/1/2007
  • Series: Hideaway Series
  • Sold by: Barnes & Noble
  • Format: eBook
  • Pages: 256
  • Sales rank: 158,013
  • File size: 181 KB

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"You're a doctor?" Cheryl leaned toward Mel and raised her voice to be heard over the din of restaurant diners. "You could help me paralyze someone, then, couldn't you?"

Mel stared at her with some trepidation. This was the "nice young lady" his pastor, Brother Ron, wanted him to meet?

"I only want to paralyze him temporarily, of course," Cheryl continued.

Mel glanced toward the nearest exit.

"I'd better explain myself," she said with a smile. "I write novels. I'm doing research for a book."

Ah, interesting. He relaxed slightly and gave her all the information she needed in good, graphic detail. He couldn't understand why she only ate half a slice of pizza the whole evening.

This was Mel's introduction into Cheryl's world of fiction. It was Cheryl's introduction into the life of an emergency room physician. They were both fascinated. A year and a half later, they were married.

The fascination grew as Mel downloaded at the end of his workday—never betraying patient confidentiality. Cheryl's imagination took over, and together they generated ideas for a completely new story, with a completely new novel. With Mel's medical input, encouragement and help with plotting, and Cheryl's writing skills gleaned over 13 years, they developed their first ER-style novel.

The Hoddes (pronounced Hoddee) have loved working together ever since that first meeting. Cheryl has been a professional writer for 19 years now. Mel is a board-certified ER physician with a degree in osteopathy. They work together under the pen name of Hannah Alexander. Their specialty ismedicalromantic suspense.

Mel and Cheryl live in the Missouri Ozarks, where they like to set the majority of their books.

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  • Posted April 11, 2013

    No one told Ginger Carpenter everything about the wedding trip t

    No one told Ginger Carpenter everything about the wedding trip to Hawaii including who Grahams best man was. Just a small detail
     was left out, until she finds out that it is in fact, Ray Clyde. Ray was the reason she had to return from her mission field, and she still
     resented him for it even though she knew no details. Ginger had received a disturbing call from Larry Bager before leaving for their
     wedding trip. Rick Renfrow had escaped from prison and becuase he was out for revenge, everyone was nervous. He had already
    killed Lucy and Brittany's mother and attempted to kill Willow. Steve and Helen were a sweet couple trying to keep things running
    smoothly since they were the wedding planners or were they there for another reason too. The suspense is great, the setting an
    exotic paradise, and different from Hideaway. It was really fun and made you wish you were there!!

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