Freeda Hayes was a suburban antique dealer, Daryl Stephens was a respected urology surgeon – separate worlds, yet their lives were destined to collide.
In August 1999, Freeda Hayes was diagnosed with an aggressive form of kidney cancer. She was 47. The hand of fate guided her to Dr Stephens who performed a life-saving operation, giving her five precious months in which to say goodbye to family and friends. The operation also forged a special bond between Freeda and her doctor.