These books can be read as separate novels, since each book branches out with a minor character from the book before. However, I would suggest starting at the beginning, with Trauma Plan.
In Life Support, Candace Calvert weaves several side stories and issues – mental health, handling family issues, single parenting, spousal abuse, and even hurricane safety – around the main story of Eli and Lauren. We fall in love with Eli’s daughter, Emma and his brain-damaged brother, Drew. We want Lauren’s sister, Jessica, to be open to help. We open a book full of drama, both medical and personal!
The ending seemed a bit too neatly wrapped up. However, then I considered what all they had been through….situations like those can help people realize what is important, be less selfish, and be more willing to step up.
Disclosure: I received a complimentary copy of Life Support from Tyndale House Publishers. It was not required that I give a positive review, but to solely express my own thoughts and opinions.