After her brother dies in a trauma room, nurse Claire Avery can no longer face the ER. She’s determined to make a fresh start--new hospital, new career in nursing education--move forward, no turning back. But her plans fall apart when she’s called to offer stress counseling for medical staff after a heartbreaking day care center explosion. Worse, she’s forced back to the ER, where she clashes with Logan Caldwell, a doctor who believes touchy-feely counseling is a waste of time. He demands his staff be as tough as he is. Yet he finds himself drawn to this nurse educator . . . who just might teach him the true meaning of healing.
As in Jer. 29:11, God has a loving plan for our lives; to give us hope and a future, as well as healing for past wounds.
Why the author wrote this book:
I've been disappointed that while very popular TV shows like "House," "ER" offer exciting medical drama, they rarely address issues of faith. As an ER nurse for three decades, I know how many prayers are sent heavenward from hospitals--by patients, family, and medical staff too. I thought it was time that "Grey's Anatomy finds its soul."