Hello and welcome!
I am L.M. Nelson, the author of the Scrubs series, a four book medical-themed new adult/ college fiction series with a romantic flair. The first book, Scrubs, tells the story of Randy Hanson, a dedicated medical student from Berkeley, California, whose entire life revolves around medical school, until he meets a spunky sorority girl named Jane. As he progresses through medical school, the demands increase and he discovers the true value of friendship and love.
To read more, visit my Scrubs page.
Please note: Both the e-book version and paperback of Scrubs have recently been revised.
The second book in the series, Sand & Sutures, follows Randy Hanson, Jim Ryan, and Bruce Buckman into their residency, where they continue their specialized medical training. As they work to establish their reputations as physicians, they struggle to find balance between their careers and their responsibilities as husbands and fathers. Throughout this journey, they celebrate successes, encounter unexpected hurdles, and learn that the life of a physician isn’t always beer and pretzels.
For more information, visit my Sand and Sutures page.
The other two books in this series, Beyond the Hardwood and Center Stage, follow the next generation of the Hanson family. Beyond the Hardwood, the third book, focuses specifically on Randy’s son, Nathan.
Here’s an overview: From the time he was old enough to hold a basketball, Nathan Hanson dreamed of playing in the NCAA. Now a senior at Lake Washington High School, Nathan is a top-notch athlete with aspirations of attending medical school. Well known for his skills on the court, Nathan’s name and face are plastered across every sports page in Seattle. When a college recruiter catches wind of his stats, Nathan receives a visit from the head coach of the University of Washington, bringing him one step closer to making his lifelong dream a reality.But sometimes pursuing your dreams comes with a hefty price.
For more information, visit my Beyond the Hardwood page.
The fourth book in the series, Center Stage has already been written, but needs revisions and editing before it is submitted for publication. The first three books in the series are available through Goodreads and Amazon.