About the Book
Quirky Fiona McGrath loves her job as a Child Life Specialist at a Dunedin, Florida hospital. As a former foster child, she understands trauma and wants to ensure no child ever faces the same kind of fears she once did. But are fears truly in the past?
Gabe Cavenaugh’s life is right on schedule. As the youngest assistant Chief Financial Officer in the hospital’s history, he has much to prove, but he’s confident he can do anything he’s asked. After all, he’s secure in his faith and has the constant support of his family.
When Gabe is directed to make cuts in order to balance the hospital’s budget, his search leads him to the Child Life Program and to Fiona. How can this crazy, hat-wearing woman, who rides around on a sparkly scooter possibly be a vital member of the medical team?
As Fiona works to persuade Gabe about her job’s necessity, he begins to see there’s more to her and her work with young patients than wacky clothes.
But will she be enough to save her program? And could she possibly be enough for a man like Gabe?
In My Opinion
One of the nice things about collections like the Mosaic Collection is the opportunity to discover new authors. Of the twelve authors contributing to this collection over a twelve-month span, I’ve only read a few of them.
In More Than Enough, I learned a ton about what a Child Life Specialist does and the benefits they provide to young hospital patients and their families. Seilstad does an excellent job of giving readers a well-rounded picture of all this specialized position entails.
Fiona and Gabe are from different worlds, but watching Gabe grow from questioning Fiona’s sanity to respecting her and the services she provides despite the numbers was wonderful. And, despite her difficulties—past and present—Fiona is a character I couldn’t help but root for.
More than Enough gives hope to those who feel broken and less-than (and there’s a pretty spectacular romance in there too).
Disclosure statement: I voluntarily reviewed a complimentary copy of this book and was not required to write a positive review. All opinions are my own.