He’s searching for a story but finds so much more.
Brad Torrence is next on the chopping block at the newspaper where he works. Hungry for any source he can find, he runs across an ad in the classifieds: For Sale: Nursery Items, Never Used. It’s the lead he’s been looking for. Thinking a piece about the loss of a child will give him the edge he needs to keep his job, Brad follows up. He doesn’t expect a single man to answer.
Rather than being offended, Cory Wolfe finds sharing the story of his grief and pain liberating. He’s even surprised by the spark that strikes, and one story leads to another.
Brad digs into his stories and Cory’s life, eager to know everything about the man who’s caught his attention. But when a lead points him to the hospital where Cory works, he unearths a mystery that might have been safer left buried. Brad’s search for a story could prove deadly…
Another Andrew Grey gem. Brad, a reporter, and Cory, a doctor, meet while Brad is doing a story. Their attraction hits right off. When Brad goes after a big story, though, it threatens his life.
Let me say, I really did love this story, though I thought both of the main characters had a bit too much selfishness in them. They just started dating and Brad gets mad because Cory might get a chance at the job he’s always wanted and move away. And Cory is afraid Brad will get hurt as he goes after a huge story and wants to wrap him in a bubble. Cory’s reaction actually made more sense to me. However, as Grey can do, it all ended up good in the end.
This story has intrigue, rotten hospital administrators, and screaming children. What more could you ask for?