Review of Aurora's Ghost by Suzzana Ryan

Aurora's Ghost

Carl is the head administrator of Mercy hospital. So when the head of nursing's daughter graduated nursing school, he offers her a job. When she walks into his office he is drawn to her like no other. Aurora, just starting her career is in the prime of life but when she sees the older new boss, she knows things are about to change. But something feels wrong. Carl knows that he shouldn't be attracted to her, he is old enough to be her father but he can't stop thinking of her. When an event for work brings them together, feelings come to the surface. But what happens may not be what was suppose to happen. And time is a funny thing!

What a story. You get sex, drama, love, lust, time travel, a little paranormal romance all wrapped up in a short book that can be read in a lunch break. Miss Ryan caught me off guard with this one. It was not what I had thought when I started this book. It will make you think. It is short but well worth the read. Are things predestined and happen for a reason or by chance?

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