Nothing Mattersby Robin Nadler
Dr. Jack Stephens didn’t care. Nothing mattered to him. He didn’t care about feelings. He didn’t care about love. If it wasn’t on the operating table, he never cared about the heart. For a world-class cardiac surgeon, he was as closed off to love as they come, the living definition of irony. It wasn’t until he took a minute for himself… See more details below
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Dr. Jack Stephens didn’t care. Nothing mattered to him. He didn’t care about feelings. He didn’t care about love. If it wasn’t on the operating table, he never cared about the heart. For a world-class cardiac surgeon, he was as closed off to love as they come, the living definition of irony. It wasn’t until he took a minute for himself on the hospital roof and saw a woman standing on the ledge that he realized once and for all that just maybe, something did matter.
Dr. Stephanie Brown was lost. She had been through something so unimaginable and she was in trouble, no, she was drowning. There was a killer after her and her reasons for fighting were gone. The only thing she could do was take the power away from him and end things on her terms. She stepped onto that ledge as a means to end all that mattered. Everything hurt her. Every breath was filled with pain and her bruises and burns brought nothing but reminders of what she lost. There was nothing that mattered to her except an end to the pain. Nothing would stop her, not even the tall surgeon who caught her standing on the ledge.
Nothing Matters is Book One in a series. It is a story of love and of discovery. It doesn’t matter how much education we have or how secure in our lives we are, sometimes something happens that throws us off our axis. What we think and what we know to be true are as corporeal as who we are, but when that security is taken away; we are forced to learn what we are truly made of. Any reader of contemporary women’s fiction will enjoy reading the honesty and the imperfections of these characters. They are flawed and they are real, something both daunting and heartwarming. There are many things in this world that test our faith and our belief that people are genuinely good, but through this series, we see that even in the darkest times of our lives, we can rely on each other.
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