This is the second book within the Crisis Team series. The synopsis is 3 years after a tragic accident left her a widow, ER nurse Taylor Cabot is determined to move on, checking off one item after another on her survival list. Her relationship with a handsome plastic surgeon even gives her hope for the last point—“fall in love again.” At least until crisis chaplain Seth Donovan steps back into her life, reawakening unanswered questions about her husband’s death.
While in San Diego to train community volunteers, Seth hopes to learn why Taylor is backing away from the crisis team and from their friendship. But nothing prepares him for the feelings that arise when he sees Taylor again . . . and sees her moving on with another man.
The book is a quick read, especially the first few chapters. You are quickly drawn into the storyline and began trying to figure out what you believe is the plot and then the author goes a different direction. The story is not your usual, predictable plot line. You can empathize with Taylor as she goes through her grieving process and tries to enter into a new relationship. You feel the anger and jealousy experienced by Seth as he watches this relationship unfold. I highly recommend this book.
All views and opinions expressed are my own. This was a complimentary book provided for reviewing purposes by Tyndale House.