Spotlight on: The Inheritance by Morgan K. Wyatt

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Melody’s work as a hospice nurse both gives her life purpose and rips her heart out when her patients die. Her latest client left her his lakeside home. After years of living in foster homes, Melody seizes the opportunity for a real home.

 

Her happy residence comes to an abrupt halt when her benefactor’s missing nephew, Levi, shows up. A bomb shattered his leg and life, which left him in need of a safe place to figure out the rest of his life. The will leaves the house to both of them, but only if they cohabit for a year. Otherwise, the house goes to a third party.

 

Melody detests Levi for never writing or visiting his dying uncle. Levi considers Melody little more than a gold digger similar to his ex-wife. There’s no way he’ll let her have his inheritance.

A Sneak Peek in The Inheritance

A rich baritone voice brought her back to the present. “Nice morning, isn’t it? The lake is smooth, making it perfect for an early morning row.” He nodded in the direction of the rowboat.

Melody automatically smiled back. “Yes.” The one word escaped her lips as her mind tried to translate what he meant. Was he going to row Roy’s boat across the lake? Did he invite her? The idea of sharing the close quarters of the boat tempted her, until she looked straight into his eyes. Her hand covered her racing heart. It couldn’t be, but she recognized the slate-color. Her breath hitched, testifying to his appeal, but if he knew who she was, he’d toss her overboard.

Turning up his smile a notch, he explained, “I was going out for a row and would welcome company.”

The idea tantalized Melody, but she knew better than to climb into the boat with Levi McDaniels.

Melody looked at his outstretched hand and took a step back even though something inside urged her to take his hand. She would have if he were someone else. Levi would push her out of the boat if he knew her name, though he’d have a hard time doing so. Being a strong robust female, as Roy like to call her whenever she swung him up out of his wheelchair, had advantages. Playing football with the neighborhood boys when she was younger, not only made her tough, but also willing to use any underhanded methods to secure the ball. A boy who cried foul when she bested him ended up ridiculed by his teammates. The brighter fellows soon learned to avoid her sharp elbows, gouging fingers, and troublesome knees.

Levi’s eyebrows winged upward at her refusal. His outstretched hand fell abruptly by his side.

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Who is Morgan K. Wyatt…?

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Morgan K Wyatt believes in happy endings. When things don’t end well, she holds to the familiar Indian saying: If things don’t work out, then it’s not the end because everything works out in the end. She considers herself living proof after escaping an abusive marriage; she found and married her soul mate. While not every day is sunshine and roses, she writes about the possibility of flowers and chance meetings between strangers.

Her reputation as a plant rescuer has people dropping sick and dying plants at her house, and then speeding off in the night. The magic ingredient that brings the plants back to life is love and Miracl-gro. Morgan would love to hear from you. If you have a name for a character, cute dog pics, or gardening info, even better.

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10 thoughts on “Spotlight on: The Inheritance by Morgan K. Wyatt

  1. Loved the sneak peek~I really enjoyed learning about you and your book! Thank you for a great post and contest!

    1. Hi Betty,
      I wrote the bio for the appearance at our local library. I left out the part about enjoying the local parks and hiking trails. I like to find out about readers and what they like too.

  2. I like the sound of this story. I always enjoy stories where people are thrown together by circumstances and have to put up with each other, whether they want to or not. It makes them falling in love so much better 🙂

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