When Grant Sheldon moved to Dogwood Springs with his twin teens, he never dreamed he'd find someone to share his life with. But it looks like nurse Lauren McCaffery could be just the prescription the doctor needs. That's if the twins can stay out of harm's way long enough for him to have at least a single date with her.

Lauren, on the other hand, learned a valuable spiritual lesson last summer when she nearly died from mercury poisoning. She recognized her need to be content with where she was, and that meant finding peace and happiness as a single person. But did God mean forever or just for a season?

This is book two in the Healing Touch series, which centers around a believable story of drug abuse, love, loss, medical emergencies and so much more. The characterizations are rich with a well-blended plot, credible hospital conflicts and moderate pacing. (Nov., 352 pp., $11.99)

Reviewed by: 
Bev Huston