This book was interesting, looking into a world I didn’t know much about, that or reconstructive facial surgery and the innovations that have happened over time
Krysta is an incredibly bright surgeon and brilliant who dedicated her life to her research and her job but when she is on a teaching placement in Brazil she starts to see things in a different way. Krysta develops a lot over the course of the book and it’s good to see how she becomes more confident and happy within herself
Francisco almost hero worships Krysta and was desperate to get an introduction to her when she first came to Brazil. He is a dedicated surgeon with a playboy reputation but his fascination with Krysta makes him interesting and his perspective shows him becoming more natural as time goes by
I will admit that there was something I really struggled with with this book, I’m not quite sure what but I struggled to bond with the characters, however I have loved other books by this author so maybe I’m just having a bad day!
I would recommend this book to those who enjoy a book which focuses on character development and the importance of being yourself with a fascinating medical background
AM 🐾 x