Dr. Paige Conrad needs Clay Reynolds' help. However, he can't give it because she and the rest of the town of Langley, Maryland, might discover his secret. Clay has no memory of the first 25 years of his life. The past and his father's rejection is behind him. Digging it up brings back nightmares he has fought for 10 years to control.
After spending three years in underdeveloped countries following her parents' vision of healing, Paige has come to Langley to gain perspective on her life and help an old friend with his medical practice. Learning Clay was involved in a rock climbing accident and went through the rehabilitation process, she wants him to share his experience with a trouble teenager to give the boy hope.
Paige and Clay are inexorably drawn to each other. But can Clay trust Paige and share his secret? Can Paige dare to follow her own dreams?
©2011 Karen Rose Smith (P)2016 Karen Rose Smith
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This is a very sweet book that leaves you with a smile. The storyline is interesting and the characters have just enough imperfections to keep it believable. The story does start off slow but as the plot unfolds it moves from topics of medicine, rehabilitation, and romance to decision and comprise. It's the kind of story that is inspiring because of what the characters had to endure. I don't think this is the kind of book for everyone but if you enjoy stories with challenged characters give this one a try.
The narration was well done. The main character's accent was quirky yet accurate as she moved around so often her accent had many influences.
Note: This book does have sex scenes and some strong language.
It was a pleasure to listen and review this book. I would like to thank the author, narrator, or publisher for providing a copy of this audio book at no cost in exchange for my honest and unbiased review. 😊
I was given this book in exchange for an unbiased review via audiobook boom. This was a nice romance and I loved the ending but it was billed as a Christian fiction book which I expected it to be a clean romance and not have some of the scenes spelled out so explicitly. The plot twists were real life and showed how strength can come from adversity.
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