Highly acclaimed physiatrist, Dr. Lauren McFadden, and physical therapist/husband, Bryan, leave their prestigious medical positions to open their hearts and a new home to abandoned and abused teenagers that have special needs. But a turbulent past causes Lauren to question her ability to be a parent and Bryan must come to terms with his own
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abusive past before he can help the boys that so desperately need his guidance. Soon the couple realizes there are many more challenges that come with raising a group of teenagers with disabilities other than just
providing medical rehabilitation and basic needs. Understanding, compassion, anger, frustration, trust, and very strong emotions bind the group into a family. And a world once closed to possibilities, dreams, and
romance, suddenly becomes wheelchair accessible.
The review of this Book prepared by Mary King