Snippet Sunday ~ Day of the Dead ~ Dia de los Muertos

Welcome back readers. Super excited to share more of my story with you.
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She underwent chemo treatments and radiation. Almost a year later, she’d been given the news that she was cancer free. However, cancer free didn’t mean she could run a marathon any time soon. She hadn’t improved as fast as she would have expected. Working full time would prove too difficult a feat for her, but her oncologist, Dr. Carlisle
finagled a job for her down in the morgue as a part time coroner.

Dr. Carlisle or Xander—he was adamant that she called him by his first name now that she was no longer his patient. They had become good friends. He was a person she could rely on when there had been no one else. With her newfound health, her friendship with Xander and her great job, she could keep her life going forward.


Could this friendship become something more?

Until next time….



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  1. nancygoldberglevine says:

    Hope things work out for her–lots of emotion there.

    1. Cecilia Corona says:

      Loads of emotion.

  2. I remember this story, it was interesting!

    1. Cecilia Corona says:

      Thank you! I’m glad you were enjoying the snippets.

  3. Ed Hoornaert says:

    I have to admit that I got a perverse chuckle from the thought of a cancer patient working at the morgue.

    1. Cecilia Corona says:

      Right? Thanks for stopping by.

  4. The first couple sentences of the last paragraph threw me for a second, I had to reread. I thought there was supposed to be more to the first sentence there. But hooray for cancer free! I hope things keep looking up for her now. I could never do that job though.

    1. Cecilia Corona says:

      Me either. So draining and sad.

  5. Considering the origins of their relationship, I’d say the chances for “more than friendship” are sky high! 😉

    1. Cecilia Corona says:

      Very high!

  6. Iris says:

    The story sounds familiar … you’ve shared it before, haven’t you? If not I might’ve read the book. I remember liking the story, though.

    1. Cecilia Corona says:

      I have. I decided to re start it in the light of the season. Glad you’re back to enjoy it again.

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