Victoria’s lived a lie all her life, and she finds out at the worst time: when her lover proposes marriage.
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The spiritual realm after death defies observation, yet mankind persists in its desire to peer beyond this threshold—a threshold through which we all must pass. “You will not die. Your body will die, but you will go over into a different world, being alive, remembering yourself and recognizing the whole world that…
Raised by an unfeeling mother, Victoria finds solace in her loving nanny, Shirley, until her unfortunate death. .
Nursing cancer patients is Victoria’s passion, seeded by caring for Shirley during her battle with the disease. But the hospital no longer gives Victoria the spark it once did after a muddled affair with a doctor, fuelling hatred her colleagues already have for her, so she applies for and is granted a job in home health care.
To her surprise and delight, Victoria already knows her first patient. But soon it becomes a convoluted mess when lines are crossed and she has to make a choice whether to end the care for this particular patient, or end her job in its infancy.
After a tragic accident, Victoria finds herself as the patient, precariously clinging to life as her family prays for her. The lies that have been told to Victoria soon come into light when her own mother refuses to give blood, even if it means saving her daughter. Why does her mother seem to hate her? Thankfully Shirley has left behind ways to tell Victoria the truth. But will she learn the truth before it’s too late?