Step by Step By Candace Calvert

Step by Step

About the Book

Three years after a tragic accident left her a widow, ER nurse Taylor Cabot is determined to move on, checking off one item after another on her survival list. Her relationship with a handsome plastic surgeon even gives her hope for the last point—“fall in love again.” At least until crisis chaplain Seth Donovan steps back into her life, reawakening unanswered questions about her husband’s death.

While in San Diego to train community volunteers, Seth hopes to learn why Taylor is backing away from the crisis team and from their friendship. But nothing prepares him for the feelings that arise when he sees Taylor again . . . and sees her moving on with another man.

When a community crisis hits home and puts lives at risk, emotions run high and buried truths are unearthed. Will hope make the survival list?

My Review

Taylor Cabot’s life spun out of control just three short years ago with the death of her husband. And many questions still weren’t answered.

Feeling the need for more control and wanting to be able to live again, she moved to San Diego and started a new life.

Dr. Rob Halston, whom she had begun dating and is somewhat of a control freak, was helping her to “control” her life, with major changes being made to her schedule, diet, exercise regime and an extensive to-do list.

But . . . God has a way of intervening, and her idyllic, structured and controlled life is abruptly interrupted on a gorgeous summer day.

Can she regain control? Will her questions ever be answered? And what about Seth Donovan, her husband’s former friend and member of the Crisis Team?

Candace Calvert’s medical trauma drama with a splash of romance book, Step by Step is Book 2 of the Crisis Team Series and can be a stand-alone book. The novel is full of optimism and faith in the midst of multiple tragedies, a story you will enjoy and think about for a long time after finishing the last word.

I received this book from NetGalley in exchange for an honest review.


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