"Ann McMan is the lesbian Armistead Maupin—only better."—Lee Lynch, author of The Swashbuckler
June Magee, R.N., is a commensurate nurse professional, fully devoting herself to the welfare of those committed to her care. She's also a cultural and media icon with two best selling books, and the trendiest syndicated newspaper column in the business. She's also smokin' hot in her retro, starched white yummy goodness.
When Roi Rodgers, June's gender-bending colleague and Pulitzer-winning boi photographer, returns from a trip to Sub-Saharan Africa, the two polar opposites are forced to confront their unlikely but undeniably steamy attraction to one another. But before the two can decide whether they're on-again or off-again, Roi has to ditch her clingy, glamazon girlfriend, Kit Katz—and June must deflect the advances of the hunky and heroic Dr. Rip Ropiteaux.
Just as they begin to sort things out, Roi falls dangerously ill with what doctors fear is a case of the dreaded Marburg Hemorrhagic Fever. Afraid for Roi's life, June Magee, R.N. throws caution to the wind and volunteers for duty in the CDC's Chicago Quarantine Station.
Join June, Roi, and a zany cast of characters as they battle a cascading host of symptoms—and smoldering passions—in this season's funniest hot zone.
Ann McMan is the author of six novels, including Jericho, Aftermath, and Backcast, and two short story collections. She has won two Golden Crown Literary Awards and her novel, Hoosier Daddy, was a Lambda Literary Award Finalist.
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Ann McMan: ANN McMAN is the award-winning author of five novels and two short story collections. Ann was one of 25 authors invited to write an introductory essay for the Lambda Literary Foundation’s 25th anniversary publication.
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