Trauma Plan by Candace Calvert sweeps you away with action from the very beginning and doesn't let up until the end. This book is a quick paced look inside a busy hospital emergency room and nearby clinic. Toss in two attractive single people and the chemistry that, while doesn't initially happen-you know it's going to and in addition the the regular medical drama that's also some mysterious happenings which add suspense and thrills to the book. While this wasn't my favorite book I do feel comfortable recommending to fans of medical drama. I did find Riley's suffering to beat her injuries relatable, she proved to be stronger than her weakness.
From the back cover:
Sidelined by injuries from a vicious assault, chaplain Riley Hale is eager to return to her former duties as an ER nurse. But how can she show she's competent when the hospital won't let her attempt even simple tasks? Determined to prove herself, Riley volunteers at a controversial urban free clinic despite her fears about the maverick doctor in charge.
Dr. Jack Travis defends his clinic like he's commander of the Alamo. He'll fight the community's efforts to shut its doors, even if he must use Riley Hale's influential family name to make it happen.
As Riley struggles to regain her skills, Jack finds that she shares his compassion-and stirs his lonely heart. Riley senses that beneath Jack's rough exterior is a man she can believe in. But when clinic protests escalate and questions surface about his past, Jack goes into battle mode, and Riley wonders if it's dangerous to trust him with her heart.
This book was provided for review by Tyndale.