This is a fascinating story about experimentation, organ donation, and
murder! Morgan Adams is a pediatric nurse grieving over the murder of
her baby and waiting for a kidney transplant for herself. When her mother reveals a long-hidden secret, she wonders if she can ever forgive her. What will this mean for her future? Her husband is working on a secret medical trial for the military, but there seem to be problems with their patients. A young girl is attacked and as detectives investigate, they wonder how the Adams family is involved and if they can save another young girl before it's too late.
I liked that this book had a lot going on. There's the grief Morgan and her husband are dealing with, her health problems, the family secret, the medical work they're both involved in, and the murder investigation. There was never a dull moment! I liked the theme of forgiving yourself for past mistakes and sins. The medical sections were fascinating, especially the discussions about whether organ recipients retain memories from the donor. I really liked the murder investigation, too. There was a great action-packed climax to the story. This is book three and while it works as a stand-alone, there are cameos by the main characters in the first two books. I noticed a swear word used at one point, which I would have preferred to not see. If you're looking for a fascinating, suspenseful read, look no further!
I received this book free from Kregel Publications in exchange for an honest review.