His fiance was her patient.
Hope Bradshaw found happiness in nursing, because helping others gave her a sense of dignity and purpose. Her life seemed to be complete when the young resident at her hospital, Dr. Ray Shelley, asked her to marry him.
But then came the day when her fiance made a mistake which caused the death of a patient and Hope was faced with a terrible dilemma. Should she confess to his error and thereby save the career of the man she loved — or was her integrity as a nurse more important?