You don't know me, nut I know about you. . . . I can't make you live longer, I can't stop you from hurting. But I can give you one wish, as someone did for me.
Katie O'Roark feels miserable, even though she knows she's incredibly lucky to have received an anonymous gift. Still, the money can't but her a new heart or bring her back to her track-star days. When a donor is found with a compatible heart, Katie undergoes transplant surgery. While recuperating, she meets Josh Martel and senses an immediate connection. When Katie decides to start training to attain her dream of running again, Josh helps her meet the difficult challenge.
Will Katie find the strength physically and emotionally to live to become a winner again?
A long time ago (mid 1990s) this book had a pinkish cover with the main character running and a red head guy following. I was hooked on this book in Mrs. Doreen's class in sixth grade. This book has everything... Football, air travel, lovely hospital trips and a lot of heart.