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Pandemic Love

By Dani Matthewson - ISBN: 9781922993021

RRP: $32.95

Pandemic Love
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Danielle grew up and resides within the beautiful and ever-growing region of Lake Macquarie, Australia. She dabbled in many creative pursuits during her childhood, but ultimately became a Registered Nurse, with the inclination of helping others. She has worked for over twelve years in a very busy emergency department, and most recently has been vaccinating the community against a common threat, COVID-19. Whilst on leave, COVID-19 had her workplace implement many changes to protocols. Her intrigue for writing came at this time, and with a few real-life influences, she created Pandemic Love.

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Pandemic Love

By Dani Matthewson - ISBN: 9781922993021

RRP: $32.95

New love before the global pandemic looked and felt very different…

Dana, a 27-year-old scientist, has taken a new job working within the COVID-19 branch of the hospital. Her goal: to work with and learn how to identify the virus.

She works closely with the medical teams to uncover the data they need to treat the radical virus onslaught, but in the process her own life becomes threatened and she experiences the virus firsthand…

Her contagion brings her a chance introduction to an unexpected love interest during the hospital shutdown.

This unintentional attraction for English doctor, Michael, leads them to being exposed to the virus and ultimately places them both in a strict quarantine. Enduring days in isolation together, the tension between Dana and Mike grows.

The virus has delivered many terrible things, but this inconvenience for the smitten Dana and Mike may bring them more happiness than they could have ever expected…

“This warm and romantic spin on recent issues is a fresh light of thought and shows how we as people can still find love, no matter the situation. Great read…” Michelle, Indie Book reviewer

We acknowledge the Traditional Owners of Country throughout Australia and recognise their continuing connection to land, waters and culture.

We pay our respects to their Elders past, present and emerging.

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