Sunday, August 21, 2011

Hummingbird Lake by Emily March

Sage Anderson is living with dark secrets that she has not been able to tell her friends. Colt Rafferty has seen Sage at her worst and still will not leave her alone. He tries to get her to go to counseling and talk out what happened to her in Africa. But, Sage refuses to even consider it. Then her sister Rose arrives in town and Sage wants nothing to do with her. Rose has just battled cancer and wants to renew her relationship with her sister. Sage's doctoring skills come into play and she delivers her friend Nic's twin daughters. But, when Colt's niece is hurt and he asks Sage to go with him, she tell him that she can not. She doesn't know if she will ever be able to handle children and blood again.

Very compelling book when you get into it about all that Sage endured in Africa. A lot of the book is how she deals with her relationships with her friends, her sister and Colt. She feels she can not talk to any of them about what happened to her. Colt being a strong alpha male tries to get her to deal with what happened so they can have a life together. Really good chick lit book, another good page turner. There is so much going on in this one that the read goes by fast.

No comments: