Review: The Donor by Candace Osmond

Happy Monday!!  Today I am bringing to you a new book by Candace Osmond.   Many of you will recognize her from her Iron World series that I have reviewed.  The Donor is a new sci-fi romance that has a futuristic look at organ “donation”.  It is a short wonderful book that is gripping and probably way too close to being true.  For my full review keep reading after the book blurb.  I hope you all have a wonderful week and I will see you all again on Friday.

23459981Book Blurb:

What’s the first thought that would run through your mind if you woke up, completely naked, strapped to an operating table, sans a kidney? What ran through Nora Daniels mind was that, sadly, nobody would even notice she was missing. No family, no friends, not even a boyfriend. No, there would be no Prince Charming busting down the door to save the day or loved ones to mourn her death. Unless she could find a way to uncover the secrets hidden in her past and discover the one thing tying her to this world.


Nora wakes groggily to find herself naked and strapped to a table.  Not knowing what is going on she tries to get a feel of her surroundings but fails to find an escape route.  That is until an unknown knight in shining armor frees her and takes her to the hospital.  While at the hospital, Nora meets the very handsome Dr Henry Stokes.  It is through him that she realizes what happened to her.  But, as her life is slowly returning she finds she is no longer safe.  Those that kidnapped her are searching for her and will never stop until she is there.  She soon teams up with Henry and they discover what is really going on at the huge organ donation corporation and how that is connected with Nora and Henry.  When all is revealed will Nora and Henry be the same or will the worlds they’ve known come tumbling down?

This was a great short book.  It was well written and exactly what I expect out of a book by Candace Osmond.  This story was unique and its characters were engrossing.  I loved the twist with Nora and Henry’s relationship.  That really added a sweetness that a sci-fi story like this doesn’t always have.  Candace Osmond has really out done herself with this one.  This was definitely a story based in science fiction that could be closer than we think.  I think that’s what made this story really feel real.  Overall, this was a great refreshing read.  I look forward to Candace’s next work…hopefully its the next Iron World book…hint hint hint.  🙂


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