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  • Fighting Her Touch

  • A Lesbian Medical Romance Drama (Healing Hearts, Book 2)
  • By: M.T. Cassen
  • Narrated by: Ashton Haugen
  • Length: 6 hrs and 52 mins
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Fighting Her Touch

By: M.T. Cassen
Narrated by: Ashton Haugen
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Summary

The future is fully mapped for young new nurse Elizabeth Fletcher. Her engagement to Mr. Chad Hawthorne foretells a life among the wealthy and powerful.

New nurse Elizabeth Fletcher is excited to be finally following the career of her dreams, even if it will only be for a few months. When she begins work at the Corrine Ann Pettrone Medical Center (CAPMED) in Chicago, she quickly realizes that she jumped in too deep. She loves the hospital environment, but things start to feel too real, too fast.

Dating Chad Hawthorne, her wealthy boyfriend of five years, Liz always believed she could have love and a career. Yet, when she accepts Chad’s marriage proposal, all bets are off. It is becoming clear to her that his views of what a Hawthorne wife should and should not do are pretty well set.

With little time before the marriage to make a life for herself, Liz desperately wants to prove she can have both. Throwing herself into her career is only a start. What she doesn’t count on is throwing herself into the arms of a non-Hawthorne: a woman—an older woman!

Marisa Cavanaugh is confident, and beautiful, and commands a presence in every room she enters. But what she doesn’t want to portray is the woman that is still fighting a broken heart. She handles that well, or so it seems.

Marisa and Liz spark an instant connection, and for the first time in Liz’s life, she finds someone who appreciates her as she is, and the career that shapes her.

Marisa needs to fight through her chemistry with Liz because there are just too many hurdles in their way. For one, Liz is nearly half her age. It will never work, and Marisa is set on proving that to everyone, especially herself. Yet, their connection just might be too much for Marisa to deny.
Marisa is everything Liz desires in a partner Will Liz be able to secure her happiness with a new love? Or will Liz’s secret be the thing that pulls Marisa away from her once and for all?

Fighting Her Touch is an extraordinary story of love and growth. Liz and Marisa have something special, but it’ll require honesty to acknowledge their connection, and courage to follow their hearts.

Two women, one love. Sometimes, the "wrong" person is the right one for you!

Lose yourself in doubt and desire with Liz and Marisa.

What do you do if Ms. Wrong is just what the doctor ordered?

©2022 M.T. Cassen (P)2022 M.T. Cassen

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  • Sab
  • 18-09-22

Good book

I love books about medical personal, and for that I took this book, the story was good, not one of the best in the genre that I read but good. I didn’t care for the voice Ashton Haugen gave the MC, it made her sound childish, yes she is young very young but she sounded more like a 10 YO than a 23 YO.

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  • JJarvis
  • 29-11-22

Good age-gap romance

Book 2 in the Healing Hearts series was much better than Book 1, both in the quality of the writing and the audiobook narration. The characters were developed much better to where the author makes you care about the characters and the storyline. The overall heat meter for this book is simmering. Sex scenes are implied but are not fully written out as in some other novels. If you are looking for a sweeter story that isn't focused around sex, this would be a good one to pick up.

The narrator change for this book was a welcome one. After Book 1, I wasn't sure I wanted to listen to another in the series. I'm glad I did. Ashton Haugen did an excellent job, especially with the Liz character. I could fully picture her through the voice that she gave to her character. The voice of Marisa seemed to change a bit as she slowly started looking at her feelings and the possibility of dating again. I don't know if that was on purpose or not, but it was a definite change for the character during the story.

Overall I found this to be a very enjoyable listen and I look forward to the author's next release in the series. I would highly recommend this for someone who enjoys a good WLW novel that is just looking for a caring story with a happy ending.

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  • Kindle Customer
  • 24-11-22

loved it

Loved it !! this story. the narrator is so fantastic it's like your really there!! After listening to this story,. I totally enjoyed reading this book. It’s well written and the characters were uniquely fantastic. I would suggest this book to my friends that like this sort of genera. this was a good book. The narration was great.