Clinical psychologist Michael Eriksson makes a living from helping others, but after a series of events he is left fighting to pick up the pieces of his own shattered psyche.
When he is called to an attempted suicide on a stormy summer's night, Michael has the chance to save a life, but will it be his own?
I have to try really hard not to give anything away in writing this review. This book is on the shorter side but its intriguing, mysterious and heartwarming (I think that's a good description). Michael is a clinical psychologist but he can't seem to care at the moment, I mean he does care but when he starts canceling appts that people depend on and is late to see his daughter he walks through life like he's numb. I feel for him he lost his mother and father in a car wreck, he wife is gone (you don't know much about her) and his daughter is constantly pissed at him; he gave up hope. Until a call comes in the middle of the night, everything changes. I enjoyed this story thought it would have been fantastic as a full length novel but it was great the way it was. I enjoyed the characters and the story, I look forward to reading more by this author. 4 stars