Wow this book is phenomenal I had the pleasure of getting an Arc for this book. Words can't describe how much I enjoyed it this is a continuation to Victoria's journey please read this series ~~Stephanie
"A soft tap at the door of my treatment room stirred me out of a light sleep and I opened my eyes to find Blake leaning against the door frame in his blue surgical scrubs. Holy Dr. McHottie was right. His hair was a sexy mess as he ran his hand through it and a smile broke out on his face that made me warm all over… and it wasn’t the kind of warm I got from the chemo meds. The man was giving me a serious complex. He pushed off from where he was standing and strode toward me. “Good afternoon, Sunshine, I’m sorry to wake you,” he smiled as he sat on the edge of the bed facing me. “I just finished my last surgery of the day and wandered up to see if you were still here. I hope you don’t mind.” “Not at all. I was just catching up on some sleep.” I shifted to sit up a bit more. He reached around to help prop up my pillows and with a concerned voice asked, “You didn’t sleep well last night?” “No. Some guy took up residence my mind and I couldn’t shake him. He kept me up all night.” Beneath You’re Beautiful by Tori Madison Coming February 24, 2015
Four words continue to haunt me . . . You. Have. Breast. Cancer. I associate them with the upheaval of my life to this point. The last few months have been a test of my strength . . . mentally, emotionally, and physically. Cancer is a monster. It preys on your mind and it consumes you, consistently reminding you of how your life used to be. Life before cancer. I was a successful business woman, running my own design firm, and was happily married to my college sweetheart. My life seemed perfect. Until it suddenly came crashing down all around me. So, here I am, in the midst of treatment, incinerating the remnants of my shattered marriage and attempting to piece the rest of my life back together. With three amazing friends pushing me forward, the ‘post-chemo’ finish line is coming into view. And then . . . there’s him. The man I never anticipated. The one who breathes hope and meaning back into my life. A man who kisses my scars and shows me that I’m beautiful. I never expected him. Hell, I never expected cancer. I’m finally ready to write my future, a future I never planned on, but one that is better than I could’ve ever imagined.