The recovery-room, where Nurse Rita Conway was supervisor, was the scene of much well-ordered post-surgical treatment. Rita was highly efficient but she won the respect and admiration of her patients through her ready sympathy and kindness, which she extended to everyone.
Seriously injured Warren Hill was to be no exception, especially as the surgeon had asked Rita to supply Warren with the necessary will to live. But in providing that extra care was she in danger of committing the nurse's cardinal sin of falling in love with a patient?
It seemed that her heart was in greater danger than his own!