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The grueling past months finally seem about to blossom into a happy future together for Dr. Claire McCall and her fiancé, John Cerelli. But their wedding plans are interrupted by circumstances so devastating they threaten everything Claire holds dear: her medical career, her relationship with John, and quite possibly her freedom.

Working through the turmoil caused by a near rape, Claire has sought a counselor to help her untangle her emotions. What the counselor uncovers is shattering, but things are about to get worse. The man who assaulted her escapes from jail - and then, to top it off, Claire is accused of euthanizing a terminally ill patient. But the next death is the one that could shake Claire's world to its foundation. How can so much be happening so fast - unless someone is choreographing this lethal nightmare?

In this exciting sequel to Could I Have This Dance? and For the Rest of My Life, nothing may be as it seems. Not the present. And not the past.

©2009 Harry Kraus (P)2011 Zondervan

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  • Timothy
  • UNIVERSAL CITY, TX, United States
  • 05-17-16

All I'll Ever Need

This was the best book in the series. In my opinion it shouldn't have taken 3 books to tell this story.....just my opinion. I wouldn't read them again.

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  • Carol Kesson
  • 12-21-16

Change of narrator

I did not like the reader of this book. The reader of first 2 books in the series was much better, and to have a change of reader for the last book was just annoying.