I’m becoming more and more impressed with David C. Cook Publishing. This book like the last few I’ve read have been not only a strong and creative story but there’s a strong message about how we should live our life.

Tori Taylor considered herself invincible and a force to be reckoned with as a oncologist surgeon. She lost her mother to breast cancer that was not treated properly. She pushed herself hard to see that none of her patients face the same fate as her mom. In the process she has made a lot of enemies with the nursing staff and other doctors. When Tori finds herself in need of heart transplant and at the mercy of the staff she abused she finds herself humbled and frustrated. However, that was only the beginning of Tori’s post-op struggles.

This was an intriguing storyline dealing with a heart transplant patient and the idea of memories being transferred from the donor to the recipient and the changes this creates for the recipient. The story moved at a good paced and was an enjoyable read.

The author does give you little hints to help you solve the mystery part of the story, which I enjoyed.

I look forward to reading more by this author and this publisher.

Disclaimer: I would like to thank David C. Cook Publishing for the opportunity to read and review this book. I was under no obligation other than to give my honest opinion.

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