Caitlin Severn had just ended a three-year relationship when she met Simon Steele immediately after his motorcycle accident. Not only did she witness the car striking the motorcycle, she was the first on the scene. As a nurse, she cared for him and then went to the hospital with him. That time created a bond between them.
Though Simon has no visitors, Caitlin knows all the warnings against a nurse becoming involved with her patient. Also, she’s a Christian and he isn’t. Yet she’s still drawn to him.
Simon longs for a family and his brother that he hasn’t seen in years. Caitlin has a loving family. What can they have in common?
Likeable characters drew me into their heartache and struggles. This story may resonate with those growing up in foster care.
-Sandra Merville Hart