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Most Unpopular Workday of the Year

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Andy is the new nurse and has to work on Christmas Day. She’s part of a skeleton crew taking care of one little boy with end-stage Muscular Dystrophy. As she reads to him, Jeff, a young intern, visits. Through their love of this little boy, Andy and Jeff discover a deep connection and love for each other.
Kindle Edition, 14 pages
Published (first published October 4th 2010)
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Kar Achondo
It was a very light reading. It took me like 5 minutes to be done with it. It's funny and simple. Although it lacks depth... It felt like it was a story written for a challenge or something like that, so little detail and it has that thing about insta-love that bugs me a little. But overall, it was nice. It is something I would read while waiting on a bus stop.
Sheila Good
Once again disappointed. This intrigued me because I am an RN and anything medical does. However, there just was not substance. Left you going what? I could have written a thousand of these from my work experiences. Needed depth.
Heather in FL
Sweet story, but the whole "let's go out and maybe get married" seemed a bit unrealistic/rushed. Still a sweet story.
Cheryl Archbold
Very quick read, could have been more to it, but it worked for having to wait while at the dr office.
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