Natalie Pearson just walked in
on her fiancé with another woman and rushed out of her home.
Finding solitude at a barren construction site, she thinks
back to the many times that she has been betrayed by men and
wonders why she is unworthy of happiness. Seeing a man
walking alone, and before she can talk herself out of doing
what comes to her mind, Natalie is out of the car and walks
towards him. When his attention focuses on her she says the
first thing that comes to her mind. She asks him to sleep
with her and when he looks like he is going to refuse, she
Conner Paxton has been ordered
by his doctor to rest. Conner has decisions to make;
decisions that involve life or death. Until Natalie waltzed
her way into his life and heart, he wasn’t sure he was going
to choose to live.
This was a haunting and often
heart-wrenching tale of betrayals and big decisions. However,
the sexuality of the characters and the way they responded to
each other was hot enough to melt wax. From the first scene
to the last, I felt the love the characters had for each other
and not many books do that. A Healing Passion
is a great, quick read. One I will peruse more than once.