Nursing Voices

Sunday, April 08, 2007

More Medical Pulp Fiction

You can find them in every town, living somewhere on the wrong side of the tracks. They are doctors and nurses, looking for a few cheap thrills. Dedicated professionals by day, these harlots and lustful men meet in dark corridors of seedy hospitals, full of passion, longing for each other’s touch. Their steaming hot bodies yearn for excitement, but in the end, they find only momentary pleasure. Their flesh is weak and their souls perish in the flames of their desires. Once again it is time to visit the men and women of medical pulp fiction.

I love the covers on these sleazy books, don’t you? My book collection is growing, and I’ve found these books on the Internet. Here’s a sampling of my new acquisitions.

She was his nurse and his office wife! That’s why Janice and Eric simply had to keep their love for each other a secret. But how long could such a secret be kept from Eric’s lovely, ruthless wife, Elissa—or from Ben Archer, the man who was determined to marry Janice?

How long could Janice and Eric go on seeing each other every day, tortured by the few moments of intimacy they were able to steal? All that was bottled up had to rise to the surface and break through like a volcano erupting…it had to happen!

This is just another illustration of why NOT to have an affair at work. Things don’t get done, and people are going to find out about your relationship. And I’d like to know what the job description is for an office wife. I’m sure it has nothing to do with cooking or washing windows. I think Nurse Janice is about to get her hair torn out by a pissed off wife.

What do rules mean to a girl torn by passionate yearning? Yet Joy Durling, nurse and woman, found herself trapped by two sets of rigid, moral codes—those which forbid a nurse to get emotionally involved with her patients, and those which damn a woman who loves another woman’s husband. Joy found that working beside a young doctor, watching his strong hands move over the patient, feeling his strength, his will, change the lives of helpless men and women, was an experience she could not ignore. Despite her struggle to avoid it, Nurse Durling found herself swept into a love-torn situation with her patient, her patient’s ruthless husband, and with handsome Dr. Barry Kirk….a turbulent foursome that almost led to the ruin of all of them.

What is it about being an office nurse that makes a girl’s libido go haywire? Nurse Durling sounds like she has very poor personal boundaries. She needs to snap out of it and start taking better care of her patients. The woman is the background needs some privacy while she is getting dressed. And Dr. Kirk better watch out. Nurse Durling might change her mind about him and charge him with sexual harassment in the workplace. Good grief!

Being a nurse, and a sensationally attractive woman besides, young Laura Weston found it ridiculously easy to make a conquest of R. Steven Prescott. From the first moment of intimacy in her apartment, he found himself slipping deeper and deeper into her power—at last becoming her helpless tool in a racket which had become one of the obnoxious social evils of our times.

Working outside the law, Laura executed her black plans with the boldness and precision of a master villainess, relying not only on her wits, but also on her superb body. Could nothing stop this beautiful, unscrupulous woman?

Poor Dr. Prescott. Laura used her pretty face to sucker him into working for a black market baby-selling ring, and now Dr. Prescott wants out of the deal. Laura is a tricky office nurse, and it looks like her boss has had it with her shenanigans. Now I’ll admit, I’ve done some things in the past that have really gotten some doctors upset with me, but I never remember doing anything that made them want to kill me. Wait, maybe once, but that’s another story. It looks like Dr. Prescott is about to air his grievances with Nurse Weston. Maybe he should start out by discussing the office dress code.


Blogger Runs With Scissors said...

LOL @ the office dress code! Good stuff, MJ!

2:18 AM  
Blogger Jean-Luc Picard said...

Poor Dr Prescott! The blonde patient looked a siren!

8:12 AM  
Anonymous may said...

you are one funny woman. thanks for an early morning laugh:)


12:30 PM  
Blogger ~Autumn said...

Oh, how I would love to read some of these books you post about! Someday maybe I'll start my own book collection *Looks over at the years and years of books occupying the bookshelf* Maybe I already have.

8:32 PM  
Anonymous Celia said...

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11:29 PM  
Blogger Cliffie said...

Hilarious! But if hot-to-trot doctors and nurses all behaved themselves the TV industry would be out of business. They would have to to produce shows about nice, professisonal people taking good care of patients and nobody would watch.

7:14 AM  
Blogger Lea said...

Love it, MJ! Thanks for making me laugh on this cold Monday morning.

10:47 AM  
Blogger MadMike said...

LOL! I must confess I do LOVE the office dress code. Wonderful read!

5:18 PM  
Blogger Forgotten Blue Line said...

Does your loved ones know you reads these books? You are soooooo Bad :)

12:08 AM  

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