Alice knew when she asked the question that she would provoke the classic “shade of annoyance” that crossed Morgan's face, but nonetheless she had to ask . “You found him pretty attractive, NAVY NURSE, by Rosie M. Banks | 400.
Author: Alice Brennan
Publisher: Wildside Press LLC
Reading trends change over the years. One of the now largely-forgotten genres of fiction was the "nurse novel"...which was itself a subset of the "doctor novel" and featured (what else?) the romantic adventures (usually with a doctor) of a nurse! Hundreds of nurse novels were published, with titles that sometimes stretched credulity. One of our contributors to this volume, Peggy Gaddis, seemed to specialize in nurses (she wrote dozens of books about them). Is it any wonder that authors sometimes had to stretch to find subjects that hadn’t already been covered? Titles like "Scandalous Nurse." "Future Nurse" (no, it’s not science fiction -- but it might have been!) "Nurse in the Tropics." "Resort Nurse." "Ozark Nurse." "Everglades Nurse." "Night Club Nurse." "Undercover Nurse." "Debutante Nurse." "Television Nurse." "Prison Nurse." "Poison Nurse." "Nurse Voodoo." "Hootenany Nurse." "The Nurse and the Pirate." The list goes on and on. Here are 4 classic nurse novels which will, I'm sure, whet your appetite for more: HOLLYWOOD NURSE, by Alice Brennan BAYOU NURSE, by Peggy Gaddis A NURSE FOR DR. STERLING, by Ruth MacLeod NAVY NURSE, by Rosie M. Banks If you enjoy this ebook, don't forget to search your favorite ebook store for "Wildside Press Megapack" to see more of the 300+ volumes in this series, covering adventure, historical fiction, mysteries, westerns, ghost stories, science fiction -- and much, much more (even nurses!)