Sydney Harbour Hospital: TOM’S REDEMPTION is author Fiona Lowe’s latest offering from Mills and Boon Medical Romance releasing in April 2012.
By a quirk of fate neuro-surgeon Tom Jordan lost his eyesight. Now he is unable to operate and for him it feels like he has lost a limb. When he was sighted he kept away from relationships and emotional entanglements.
But now he doesn’t want anyone’s pity or sympathy. So he keeps himself aloof to the point of being rude.
Surgical registrar Hayley Grey felt herself drawn towards him. And the attraction simmering just below the surfaces was mutual between them. Will they act on this mutual attraction? Then Hayley comes up with the idea of ‘friends with benefits!’ As she herself is not ready to commit to a relationship at this point because of her upcoming exams.
When she gets to know the man behind the blind surgeon, she falls for him hard. But will Tom return her love?
Why is Hayley scared of sleeping in the dark? For years Hayley has held herself apart from people but Tom had slipped under her guard and made a home in her heart. Now she has to come clean about her phobia. And why does Tom have this driving need to succeed? Why can’t he depend on Hayley?
You just can’t help but root for Tom and Hayley to get to their happy ending. I didn’t want the story to end just then. But who wants a good romance to end? This story had layer upon layer of emotional and sensual tension.
Author Fiona Lowe mostly writes about small communities or outback hospitals and her stories are based in rural areas so Sydney Harbour Hospital: Tom’s Redemption was a pleasant surprise from her. This story was based at a big bustling city hospital and it was very realistically depicted. I knew when I picked up a Fiona Lowe title that I was going to be reading a spellbinding story which I will devour in one sitting and Sydney Harbour Hospital: Tom’s Redemption was no exception!