This was a very moving book about a woman who lives through Hurricane Katrina despite her wish to die. Have your kleenex handy while you read it.
This is another great harlequin next novel. This one is about a woman that lives in New Orleans during and after Hurricane Katrina. I really enjoyed this book.
Being from New Orleans, Becnel wraps her story in the afteraffects of hurricane Katrina. A lot of insite of events & the coping with such a tragedy.
To say that desperation clouded Jane Falgoust's judgment was a colossal understatement. With a hurricane bearing down on New Orleans, the failed nurse-turned-waitress viewed it as an opportunity--to escape her tattered life. But then she saw the dog paddling frantically in the surging flood waters. She couldn't let this dog drown. From that one rescue, her nursing instincts kicked in and she started saving people--including herself.
As the hurricane subsided, Jane tended the wounded in Dr. Ben Comeaux's makeshift street clinic. Sure, her life had turned upside down in the blink of an eye-- but that was bad only if you were in a good place to begin with. Now it was time to rebuild--her life, her city-- on a foundation of hope.