Family drama at its best.
Many issues both personal and professional are within.
Allison deals with medical issues and an ethical issue of treatment by a family member as well as a marriage and infidelity issue.
The surgeon, Grant, deals with the struggle to treat his family member and a secret drug addiction. His addiction seems to be at the heart of the book.
Sadie, a teenager, deals with a friend who isn't a good friend because of risky things they do and that also causes issues at school.
Ms. Frimmer did a great job with character development and the story line even though I did not like Grant the surgeon.
Many medical issues and incidents are addressed and expertly described and woven into the story line. I could see all of these issues happening in real life.
All three characters need to decide how to deal with their issues and resolve them or stay on the same path.
If you are a fan of family drama and medical settings and issues, you will enjoy this book. 4/5
This book was given to me by the author in exchange for an honest review.
Thanks for sharing your thoughts ElizabethReplyDelete
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Thanks for commenting, shelleyrae.
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Sounds like a good one! Great review.ReplyDelete
It was technical, but had personal things going on too.Delete
Thanks for your comment, Laurel.