Part Two: NYC Angel’s Continuity by Lynne Marshall

Note to readers: Since I last blogged I have broken my foot, and that’s my excuse for skipping my blog last week. 😛

As promised, this week I’m sharing the book blurb for book number seven in this lovely continuity – Making the Surgeon Smile by ME!

Here’s the book blurb:

Along came Polly…

Surgeon Johnny Griffin’s world stopped when he lost his wife and unborn child. Now only his little patients can brighten Johnny’s day. Until the moment bubbly new nurse Polly Seymour whirls into his ward and turns his life upside down!

She’s the ray of sunshine this brooding doc needs—the only woman who can make him feel alive again. It could be the second chance Johnny’s dreamt of…if he doesn’t let her slip through his fingers…

NYC Angels

Children’s doctors who work hard and love even harder…in the city that never sleeps!

I don’t have a cover to share yet, but I’ve certainly got pictures of the characters as I imagined them.

Orthopedic surgeon, Dr. John Griffin, was described as thirty-nine years old having short cropped graying hair, with brown eyes (and gold flecks).  Height 5’11” solidly built.

Personality – Unapproachable, tortured by memories, though warm-hearted underneath.

I think I found the perfect match with Dermot Mulroney, don’t you?

And people-pleasing Polly was described as twenty-seven, enthusiastic and bubbly, but secretly desperate for love.

 

She is Ash blonde with wavy and bouncy, shoulder-length hair.  Her eyes are bright blue, and she is petite.  I’m embarassed to say I don’t know this actress’ name, but physically she fit what I imagined Polly Seymour to be as described by the continuity bible.

 

 

And for those who don’t believe my excuse for not blogging last week, here is my boot and Milo, the reason I’m wearing it.  More on that another time. 

One last thing before I leave you to your weekend, Mills & Boon has an official Facebook App for NYC Angel’s and it would be great if you’d follow this link to like it.  They are also running a contest to win the entire series, so go and enter!

Until next week, make it a great one!

Lynne

 

 

 

 

What do you think?

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6 Responses to Part Two: NYC Angel’s Continuity by Lynne Marshall

  1. Could that innocent little dogface possibly be the source of so much trouble?

    Dermot Mulroney is hot. The actress reminds me just a little of Madonna ( a few years back). Nice casting – in more ways than one.

    Hope you feel better soon, and keep writing :-).

  2. Hi Beverly!

    Yeah, doesn’t that innocent little guy look a little ashamed? Maybe a wee bit?

    I’m glad you like the casting. I hope you’ll enjoy the book, and thank you for the reviews you have posted for a few of my books at Amazon. I really appreciate it.

  3. Lacey Devlin says:

    Should I point out the irony of gorgeous John being an Orthopedic surgeon? 😉 I hope you have some good pain relief, Lynne! Get well soon 🙂

    • Hi Lacey –

      SPewed my coffee over that one! Yes, why couldn’t my orthopedic doctor (or my husband’s ortho doc) look like the gorgeous Dr. John Griffin.

      I can’t wait for you to read this one, Lacey. The whole series rocks! M&B keeps coming up with all of the fantastic continuities and I’m thrilled to be a part of US one.

      Thanks for stopping by.

  4. Robena Grant says:

    Good excuse, Lynne. Ha ha. Like you need your toes to type. But yeah, sorry again about the foot and I know the leg can swell when sitting at the computer, so a footstool is required. Or a laptop and a recliner. Hope it heals quickly.

    Oooh, I’ve always liked Dermot. He is perfect for your Doc. Sorry I don’t know who your actress is. She’s cute though. Love that blond hair.

  5. Hi Robena –
    I think I once wrote a blog – the dog ate my blog – as the excuse. LOL. I’ll try anything.

    When I’m deep in the throes of writing the next book, blogging takes second fiddle.

    I love Dermot! He was perfect for the role of Dr. Griffin.

    Thanks for commenting. My website didn’t notify me about these comments so I’m a bit late. Just checked on a fluke. ? I’ll go check the waiting for okay section now, too.