RATING: 4 STARS
MY REVIEW: I received a copy of this book in exchange for an honest review.
I've been pretty obsessed with Lisa since book 2. What would make her so high and mighty, so defensive, so prickly? We finally get her story, and it is to be expected that it is a patient's family member that she falls for. That was pretty much a no-brainer. She is running from her past as one of the daughters of this huge Midwestern gang leader, even if, as a child, she did do anything to get his approval. She knows her parentage, it's not a surprise to her.
In this book, she develops into a more likable character towards the end of the book, she even becomes a little lovable.She works with a child with spina bifida, helping him to get out of the wheelchair and walk on his on with the assistance of a walker. I don't know much about spina bifida, so I don't know how realistic it is for a child with it to walk unaided in the woods, but perhaps it is a reflection of the child's strength of character and stubbornness as well as her abilities as a therapist.
I have enjoyed reading and watching Lisa develop as a character and the book kept me reading from the very beginning.
Amazon / Barnes and Noble / iBooks /KoboPick up the first two in the series-
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Bonnie R. Paulson mixes her science and medical background with reality and possibilities to make even myths seem likely and give every romance the genetic strength to survive. Bonnie has discovered a dark and twisty turn in her writing that she hopes you enjoy as much as she has enjoyed uncovering it. Dirt biking with her family in the Northwest keeps her sane. Follow on: