About this Book
Three years after a tragic accident left her a widow, ER nurse Taylor Cabot is determined to move on, checking off one item after another on her survival list. Her relationship with a handsome plastic surgeon even gives her hope for the last point―“fall in love again.” At least until crisis chaplain Seth Donovan steps back into her life, reawakening unanswered questions about her husband’s death.
While in San Diego to train community volunteers, Seth hopes to learn why Taylor is backing away from the crisis team and from their friendship. But nothing prepares him for the feelings that arise when he sees Taylor again . . . and sees her moving on with another man.
When a community crisis hits home and puts lives at risk, emotions run high and buried truths are unearthed. Will hope make the survival list?
I remember feeling somewhat unsatisfied at the end of book one, By Your Side. I felt like the story line with Taylor And Seth felt unfinished. I was thrilled to see the focus of book two was on Taylor and Seth.
Seth and Taylor were easy to relate with and love. They both had heart aches in their past and they were trying to move on.There was a chemistry between them from the beginning. My heart broke for Taylor as she approached the third anniversary of her husband’s death as his beloved dog was getting sicker and sicker.
The story was very good. It had romance and tension. The one thing it didn’t have was a mystery. Book one had a sniper killing people, this book didn’t have anything of that level. Normally that would bother me, but the author did such a great job telling Seth and Taylor’s story I didn’t mind that missing component.
I would definitely recommend this story to family and friends. If you enjoyed book one of the Crisis Team this one is better. If you’re new to Calvert but like Richard Mabry or Harry Kraus you’ll enjoy this one.
Disclaimer: I received this book free from the publisher in exchange for an unbiased and honest review. The opinions I have expressed are my own. I am disclosing this in accordance with the Federal Trade Commission’s 16 CFR, Part 255.