Kate MacInnis

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Distant Heart Sounds (Nurse Morgan Series Book 1)
By Kate MacInnis
5 out of 5 stars

I loved reading the book Distant Heart Sounds (Nurse Morgan Series Book 1) by Kate MacInnis. It is a wonderful paranormal/romance story that pulled me in from the beginning and I was hooked. I loved reading about the character of Morgan Cutler. She is an ER center nurse who finds herself with psychic abilities after a near-death experience. Morgan is a woman who works hard, is intelligent, and is not in a relationship at the current moment. What she finds herself experiencing at first has her wondering what is happening and then as the story progresses, she finds herself able to be more accepting of them. This story has comical moments, I was laughing out loud at some of the interactions between the characters. Morgan also opens herself up to a relationship with a new handsome/charming ER doctor. I grew to care about what happens to both Morgan and the doctor. They are a good pair and I couldn’t help but root for them to give their relationship a chance. Other additional characters are introduced, and I enjoyed reading about them and the part that they play in the story. Don’t miss out on a story that is intriguing and entertaining. I highly recommend reading it.

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Goodreads Reader rated it 4 out of 5 stars

Distant Heart Sounds (Nurse Morgan Series Book 1)
By Kate MacInnis

I enjoyed this book. This is my first book by this author, I look forward to reading more from this author. This is a well developed story that left me turning pages fast. The characters bring this story to life and made me feel as if I am right there with them. I had no problems connecting to them. This is a fun, exciting story that is engaging and easy to read. This is a story about Morgan. She is an emergency nurse who has a near death experience. She now has some psychic abilities and she doesn’t feel like herself. But it has also given her the confidence to open herself up to romance. But what she sees in him could be better left unseen. I really enjoyed this book and it made a great afternoon read. I highly recommend reading this book to find out what happens with Morgan.

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Distant Heart Sounds


Distant Heart Sounds by Kate MacInnis, is the first book in a three-part series about Morgan Cutler, a Metropolitan Detroit emergency room nurse who has developed the powers to communicate with folks on the other side. Her strength of character, sense of humor and good friends help her deal with encounters she never dreamed of before. If you love a ghost story with a sense a humor, please order your copy today from Amazon or Barnes & Noble.


August 2020


Excerpt from DHS 

The three of them looked at the beautiful woman with a hole in her chest. The entrance wound missed the heavy diamond necklace; her mouth was open, and she stared dully with lifeless, green eyes.

“This obviously was not a robbery. That necklace is worth more than my house.” Morgan looked at Chief Hill.

“Looks like a small-caliber wound at close range,” said Adam Thornton. “We’ll have her moved to the city morgue where they can confirm.” He pulled a notebook out of his pocket and scribbled.

“I know what happened,” Gloria said from behind Morgan, who jumped and turned to find herself face to face with the woman.

“I had brunch at the country club today with some of my friends. It was a charity event with all sorts of people there. The valet went to get my car, but he came back and said it had a flat tire, which he offered to fix once the rush was over. I didn’t believe him and crossed the parking lot to see for myself. When I got to my car, it did have a flat tire. I didn’t know what else to do, so I decided to go back to the valet and call for help.”

Morgan stared with her mouth open as she listened to the woman recount the experience. She turned back to the detectives and coughed.

“Morgan, are you okay?” Ed asked.

Gloria stopped and glared at Ed. “Excuse me, officer, I was in the middle of my death story.”




Michigan-born and raised, Kate earned a bachelor’s degree in journalism at Oakland University and master's in American Culture from the University of Michigan-Flint. As a professional writer for more than 20 years, her career includes freelance newspaper features, book reviews and fundraising -- primarily in health care, particularly hospitals. These experiences provided many opportunities to hear stories from frontline nurses, doctors, visitors and family members about unusual activities and miracles that occur without a clear-cut, scientific explanation. She also has had her own share of unusual experiences, some of which are shared in this book. 

Kate is married to the love of her life, has two grown sons and three grandchildren.





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