Jackson Memorial

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When someone gets banged up in Overbrook Meadows, Texas, they all end up at the same hospital. Welcome to a place where affair isn’t a dirty word, patients are fair game to scams and even the parking garage gets steamy on third-shift. Welcome to Jackson Memorial.

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Overview

When someone gets banged up in Overbrook Meadows, Texas, they all end up at the same hospital. Welcome to a place where affair isn’t a dirty word, patients are fair game to scams and even the parking garage gets steamy on third-shift. Welcome to Jackson Memorial.

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She stepped to him slowly, and Ruben spread his legs to accommodate her. When she reached him, she put her hands on his shoulders, and the towel fell to the floor. Ruben looked her up and down slowly, his eyes devouring her nipples, belly button, every pore.

He placed his hands on her hips. He leaned forward and kissed her stomach.

“I love your skin,” he whispered.

Cynthia ran both of her hands through his brunette hair, which was very different than the hair she was used to seeing on her boyfriends.

“Why?” she asked.

Ruben continued to plant soft kisses on her belly. His lips were thin, but they were warm. Each kiss sent a pulse of energy through her stomach and made her spine tingle. His white skin stood in sharp contrast to Cynthia’s dark complexion, almost like zebra stripes.

“It’s so deep,” Ruben said between kisses. “So pure. It’s beautiful.”

He put a hand on her chest and traced two fingers down to her belly button. “I wish I could make your color,” he said, “in a bowl, like cake mix.” He kissed her areola and sucked the nipple on the opposite breast. “I would eat it raw,” he whispered. “I’d lick the bowl clean. I love everything about your skin, the smell, the taste…”

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780985050047
  • Publisher: KeithWalkerBooks
  • Publication date: 5/22/2013
  • Pages: 274
  • Product dimensions: 6.00 (w) x 9.00 (h) x 0.62 (d)

Meet the Author

Keith Thomas Walker, known as the Master of Romantic Suspense and Urban Fiction, is the author of a dozen novels, including Fixin’ Tyrone, Dripping Chocolate and The Realest Ever. Keith enjoys reading, poetry and music of all genres. Originally from Fort Worth, Keith is a graduate of Texas Wesleyan University. Visit him at www.keithwalkerbooks.com.
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  • Posted June 10, 2013

    Keith Thomas Walker NAILED it again. Starting with the first few

    Keith Thomas Walker NAILED it again. Starting with the first few pages I never knew countrified folks were hilarious. With countless characters there was drama from the first to the last page. You can't determined whose story is most intriguing, you don't know who to root for (to live or die) and just when you think someone is "normal" KTW amps up the buffoonery. The star of this story is Jackson Memorial Hospital. He brings the actual reality of workplace drama to real life, got me hoping and praying I never get admitted to any hospital, least somebody's drama finds me. Aside from the backstabbing, gossiping, dope fiending, sex crazed characters of JM, this book was superbly written. With every KTW book he gets better and I fall more in love. This is a must have in your library. EXCEPTIONAL!

    2 out of 2 people found this review helpful.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted September 8, 2013

    This book was absolutely awesome! The characters leapt from the

    This book was absolutely awesome! The characters leapt from the pages and into my heart. I couldn't wait to turn each virtual page and when I got to the
    final page I wanted the story to continue. Keith's vivid imagination is unreal and he really knows how to twist a plot. It really made me wonder what really 
    goes on in the hospitals here. Lol! You've gotta check this book out, definitely a must-have! 

    ~Poetc1

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    Posted August 2, 2013

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