The Cure is a story of hate, love and tragedy all around one man's fight to beat Cancer. Tim Billings, a very successful Attorney in Atlanta, finds himself fighting for his own life, instead of his clients, as he learns that he has brain cancer. Tim, who has been a liar and cheater, finds his wife ready to divorce him and take his two kids away. At a point in his life that he needs family the most, he finds himself alone as a result of his own actions. In an unusual twist of fate, Tim is chosen to receive a radical cancer treatment that guarantees a 100% cure. In the process, however, his memory will be completely erased. Tim's wife agrees to hang in there with him during the treatment, but only as a result of a mutually agreed upon financial arrangement between them. The outcome is amazing in that Tim doesn't remember the awful man he once was. Sue, Tim's wife, gets the chance to make Tim into the man she lost so many years before. The two find themselves in love and very happy again, until one day a private detective shows up with a package for Tim. As Tim reads the information he wrote prior to the surgery, he learns through his own words of the terrible man he once was. Money, power and women had filled his life before. In an act of love and faith, Tim throws the information away, choosing his new life of love with his wife over the old life that once consumed him. As Tim finds himself in some trouble, it's Sue that rescues him again. After Sue reads the information Tim discarded she keeps the one page worth reading: the financial sheet showing all of Tim's offshore account numbers. Tim and Sue never part after that. Their love lives on forever. The Cure is a story of healing one body and two souls.
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|Size: ||544 KB|
|Publisher: ||Tate Publishing|
|Date published: || 2014|
|ISBN: ||9781632689313 (DRM-EPUB)|
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