"Dr. Botox" to the bored rich women of Chicago, plastic surgeon Max Jordan was shocked by his son Joshua's decision to focus his medical talent on Haitian orphans. Embittered by Joshua's sudden death, Max searched for resolution in the place his son called home.
The selflessness of Joshua's coworkers stunned Max. He was particularly taken with American volunteer Valerie Austin, whose dream of a tropical honeymoon had been crushed, replaced by a stint working in the impoverished orphanage. But Valerie's view of Joshua's sacrifice—and her own—challenged everything Max knew. Had the doors to his gilded cage finally opened?
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Published May 1, 2008
by Steeple Hill Single Title.
Religion & Spirituality, Romance, Literature & Fiction.