If you like medical fiction then you need to discover Richard Mabry's books. Dr. Mabry first caught my eye a year or two ago and I've devoured his works as soon as I got my hands on them. Heart Failure is his latest release from Thomas Nelson Publishers and is everything I've grown to expect from this author.
Mystery and action fill out this medical love story. There are a lot of genre's in which this could fall into, legal and suspense also included. I finished this in a few hours, couldn't put it down.
Some of the medical terms were a little too big for me to pronounce, let alone understand, but I do know more about how women have heart attacks than I did before, and that knowledge is always good to have on hand.
From the back cover:
Dr. Carrie Markham's heart was broken by the death of her husband two years ago. Now, just as her medical practice is taking off, her fresh engagement to paralegal. Adam Davidson seems almost too good to be true...until a drive-by shooting leaves Carrie on the floor of his car with glass falling around her.
When he confesses that Adam isn't his real name and that he fled the witness protection program, Carrie is left with an impossible choice: should she abandon the fiance she isn't sure she really knows, or accept his claim of innocence and help him fight back against this faceless menace?
While Carrie struggles to decide whether to follow her heart or her head, the threats against them continue to escalate. Her life-as well as Adam's-depends om making the right choice...and the clock is ticking.
This book was provided for review by BookSneeze.