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Beverley: What’s your name?
Mike: Mike Guidry
Beverley: Where did you grow up?
Mike: Lafayette, Louisiana
Beverley: During what time period does your story take place?
Beverley: What’s your story/back story? Why would someone come up with a story about you?
Mike: I don’t have much of a story of my own, but I’ve been blessed to be a part of my friends, Scott and Katrina Hensley’s story for years.
Beverley: What’s your goal in this story?
Mike: To get through the tragedy of losing my best friend and the constant chaos in an ER physician’s life with my heart and sanity intact.
Beverley: What conflicts are you facing?
Mike: Other than being in love with my best friend’s wife? Patients going ballistic, hurricanes, death….the life of a physician isn’t easy on the best of days. They’re even tougher on the worst.
Beverley: Do you have a plan for resolving them?
Mike: Time, faith, trust, and truth are the only way to resolve any problems in life.
Beverley: Is there anything else you’d like us to know about you?
Mike: I’m loyal and faithful even in the worst circumstances.
Blurb for Tempered Truth:
Fate declared them neighbors. Scandal insisted they were brothers. The fact that they looked enough alike to be twins only added fuel to the rumors flying about their parentage.
For fifty-plus years Craig Harris and Scott Hensley have enjoyed a bond nothing can sever.
Not the insinuations that they share the same father.
Not the years of strife and grief and heartache.
Not even death.
Will the truth set them free or will it destroy the friendship that has lasted a lifetime?
Excerpt from Tempered Truth
A movement caught their eye and the entire family faced Scott’s longtime friend and colleague, Dr. Mike Guidry, as he strode through the ICU doors. Crevices of fear, grief, and uncertainty lined his face. Fatigue clouded his eyes.
“How is he?” Craig asked.
Mike heaved a breath. “Right now, he’s stable. We’ve stopped the bleeding, but he’s pretty banged up.”
“What the hell happened, Mike?”
“A patient in ER went ballistic, slinging a knife around and demanding drugs. Scott got caught in the crossfire along with several others. By the time they got the patient under control, most of the ER staff had cuts and bruises. No one, not even Scott himself, realized how often and how badly he’d been stabbed until he collapsed. They rushed him into surgery and repaired what damage they could. Now all we can do is wait and see.”
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