should have known better, but she ignores her track record and offers to cover
a colleague’s anger management group at a local church. If she only knew the
chain of events that an act of kindness would set off. The night ends in near
disaster when an elderly patient pulls a gun on her daughter-in-law and Kate
tries to disarm her.
her statement, Kate goes home to her fireman ex-husband who she has been
nursing back to health. So she won’t stress him out, she tells him the class
went fine. Her attempt backfires when the story hits the front page of the
newspaper the next morning. Angry, Jay storms out to go volunteer to fight the
wildfire sweeping through drought-ridden Florida.
goes from bad to worse when her best friend and receptionist, Mona, calls her
that she can’t come in because of a bad case of hives. Kate is determined to
run her office on her own, but Mona calls Kate’s mother who is more than glad
to help. But when Dixie turns the office on its ear, Kate breaks down and calls
a temporary employment agency. What she hadn’t counted on was being sent
someone more disturbed than her patients.
many disturbing habits, Kate discovers that the temp, Abigail, refused to put a
colleague, Thad Rizer, through in regards to a patient, Kate realizes she needs
to fire Abigail.Her life becomes one high
tension moment after another at that point. Is Abigail behind the stalking? Or
could it be someone that Kate doesn’t even suspect?
is filled with colorful characters that are a riot to read about. Ms. Hughes
has a witty way with words. The story itself will keep you on the edge of your
seat. Three dimensional characters and believable situations make this a fun
read. Don’t miss it!