Sunday, March 13, 2022

the Next Thing You Know

Nova Huston is a death doula, someone whose job it is to help an individual transition at the end of life. Ranging from emotional support, medical advocate to family mediator and more - Nova fills in whatever gaps the terminally ill patient needs. It is not an easy job to navigate but together with her boss and mentor Kelly they run a small successful practice in Cincinnati, Ohio. One day Mason Shaylor a handsome musician walks into her office. With shaky hands and apparent surgical scars, Mason is much too young to be looking at his final days. Remaining guarded and reluctant to fill out any of the necessary paperwork that new patients usually require, it is hard for Nova to figure out what Mason truly desires. As the two spend more time together, their connection and chemistry is undeniable. Nova encourages Mason to find forgiveness, acceptance and even if he cannot play guitar like he used to, his remaining days can be filled with love and even music. This beautifully written, heartbreaking and heartwarming story of family, love and trust is both hard to read and necessary. End-of-life is part of life - and very few of us understand how to approach this knowingly. Choosing to live is as important as choosing to die with dignity. ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️

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