Title: THE SNOW WHITE EFFECT
Author: A.K. Mills
Pub. Date: March 27, 2018
Publisher: Dark Wolf Publications
Formats: Paperback, eBook
Dale knew he wanted to spend the rest of his life with Cindy from the first moment he saw her. Forty years later, nothing has changed. She is his best friend, his soul. When she dies shortly after having an elective procedure at Kendal Slate Memorial Hospital, he is left heartbroken with a million unanswered questions. Dale may not have a fancy medical degree, but he is convinced medical malpractice killed his wife.
At thirty-eight years old with four children and a promising medical career, Emma Speck is living her dream. Being a doctor married to a surgeon, she finds comfort and normalcy in their hectic lifestyle. When her beloved life of chaos is brought to a screeching halt after she receives a phone call no one ever wants to get, Emma is forced to question everything she once believed in.
Surgical department chair at Kendal Slate Memorial Hospital, Richard Oakley makes no apologies for his successes or failures. When his department comes under fire for harming patients, his attitude is no different; medicine isn’t perfect. Despite his attempts to ignore the meritless accusations, they’re not going away. In fact, the accusations are mounting, bringing with them elements of his past he had hoped to keep suppressed.
Having children was always a part of Addison’s plan. However, after suffering a miscarriage that nearly killed her, Addison decides it’s time to stop trying to get pregnant. Instead, she opts for a surgical procedure that will end her hopes of conception. The surgery, unlike her fertility, is straight forward and safe. The hospital, Kendal Slate Memorial, is reputable. Why wouldn’t she trust her doctor?
Four individuals. One hospital ignoring the truth. In this case, what you don’t know can kill you.
A native of Pennsylvania, A.K. Millsgave up a job in Information Systems to pursue her dream of becoming an author. The Parts I Remember was published in 2013. The sequel, The Parts That Followed was published in 2014. When not writing, she enjoys spending time with her family and two dogs.
I really enjoyed reading Snow White Effect by A.K. Mills because it wasn't like most books that I pick up. Usually, I stay away from any books that have a medical focus because it doesn't typically interest me, but this one stood out to me, and I was glad I decided to read it.
This was a blend of tragedy and love, and it's relatable with the plot and the characters. I thought all four individual characters stood out distinctly from one another, and all of their stories were intriguing, and flowed well together to make the whole story.
I would highly recommend this novel.
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