Life Support by Candace Calvert

After reading the first two books in the Grace Medical trilogy, finally reading Life Support felt like hanging out with an old friend! Life Support book cover


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.

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