Medical intuitive and licensed MD Madeleine Wagner thought she'd seen every way possible to heal a diseased body... then patients start dying from mysterious causes in her long-term facility.
The terminally ill fight to get into her ward. Once there, many miraculously... live. So when her patients start dropping and she senses an evil force causing their deaths, she calls on her friend and mentor, Stefan, for help. Together, they delve beyond the physical plane into the metaphysical... Only to find terror.
She wants to save everyone, but are some souls not meant to be saved?
Detective Drew McNeil has two family members in need of Maddy's healing care, but his visits to her facility leave him wondering - who cares for Maddy? Bizarre events on her floor raise his professional curiosity. And the more time he spends with Maddy, the more personal everything becomes. When the deaths on Maddy's Floor intersect with one of his cold cases, he realizes an old killer has returned - and Maddy's standing in his path.
How can these people stop something that no one else can see, feel or ever believe?
This would be absolutely fucking CREEPY if it weren't for the funnies and hot sheets action.
I have to say, that compared to the other three heroines I've read in this series, Maddy is by far my favorite. The others went through a lot of deep stuff to turn them overtly cautious and sometimes insecure because of their gifts, but with Maddy, she was this quirky, fun-loving, lingerie-wearing young woman who enjoyed life despite her serious profession. You'd think that a doctor working in a hospice (The Haven) would be depressing and clinical. Not Maddy. There's a reason why her floor is on high demand. She treats her patients with love, peace and care, making them feel good about themselves rather than live in constant fear and anger.
This book deals with a lot of energy concepts and I ate that shit right up. Maddy lives by it, which is why she's so happy and confident. She has her moments, but she always makes sure she centers herself.
Unlike the other books, this one has at least five different POVs. At first it was off-putting because I just wanted the main characters, but after the third POV, I didn't care who else decided to star on the pages, I just couldn't stop reading. The people were either creepy, pathetic or hilarious, and I really enjoyed what they brought to the story.
Maddy's Floor would probably also have to take the award for Best Plot So Far because I did not see that coming, and the mini twists in it all blew me away. So if you love a good murder mystery, psychics and detectives romance (took a bit of a backseat when compared to the creepiness of this thing) with a whole lot of THAT'S-FUCKING-CREEPY, then this series is it for you.
Happy Reading =^-^=