CC Mack writes heart-wrenching, cross-genre, romance fiction. Her debut novel, My Soul’s Guardian, a suspense-filled metaphysical novel, was born out of love lost. CC’s other novels, in various stages of production, include inspirational and historical romance fictions that honestly embrace societal issues of their time and always incorporate elements of her love for animals.
As a professional author, CC finds joy in her dual careers: one as a registered nurse, caring for her pediatric patients, and two as an author, writing novels and poetry inspired from her heart. But her greatest joys in life are her perfect granddaughter and her children (one girl, one boy, and one dog). Her post-graduate studies include child development and honing her craft as a novelist. She is a self-proclaimed history and science nerd and loves reading books on those topics along with books from her favorite writers (you know who you are) and novels that take her breath.
CC strives to live life to the fullest which includes living spiritually and spending time outdoors. Her hobbies are hiking, watersports such as swimming and kayaking, traveling, and hanging out with special friends (you know who you are).
Born in the Appalachian Mountains of West Virginia, CC Mack resides there with her husband Mike, and the one who loves her unconditionally, her dog Abrham.
MY SOUL'S GUARDIAN
Could you unleash the pain
your subconscious is protecting from you?
CAROLINE MCKENZIE, a 29-year-old Army captain returns home to Asheville, North Carolina after serving as a combat nurse during the war in Iraq. Terrorizing nightmares torture her while spontaneous, startling flashbacks affect her work as an Emergency Room nurse. Since childhood, Caroline has suffered unexplainable dreams, but now these dreams from the past, coupled with war-time nightmares and daytime terrors, force the Captain to seek psychiatric treatment to cope with her subconscious mind.
NIKOLAS PERRIN, M.D., clinical psychologist, diagnoses Captain McKenzie with Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder. With Dr. Perrin’s help through hypnotherapy, Caroline embarks on a self-discovery voyage of her mind, placing her life on a trajectory of heartache and disillusionment.
Can Caroline release the guarded, painful memories of the brutality of war, which her subconscious has repressed for the purpose of self-preservation, to unveil the true meaning behind the flashbacks and nightmares? Will Captain McKenzie find the courage to confront the traumas of her past to heal her present life, enabling her to trust her heart to the man responsible for finding her soulmate?
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