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Emma dies from heart failure before they can get her donor heart, after a dramatic attempt by Reese to revive her by doing surgery with kitchen utensils in their house. Reese is sent into a self-destructive spiral of guilt, grief, and despair. Reese falls apart entirely, leaves medicine altogether, and returns to the small Georgia town where he and Emma grew up.
There, he spends five years in isolation in a small cabin on Lake Burton, working as a boat mechanic.
One day in town, Reese sees Annie Stephens, an adorable nine year old who sells lemonade from a little stand and who seems to raking in money hand over fist. As he watches, Annie is hit by a truck — and thanks to his medical know-how, he is able to save her life. As he learns more about her, Reese finds out that the reason the whole town buys way too much lemonade from Annie is because she is not only an orphan, but also has a heart condition — the exact same heart condition that killed Emma.
The money she earns is for hospital bills. Once again, he commits to being the doctor to save someone close to him.
Just when Annie is going into heart failure and must have medical intervention or die, there is a tornado roaring through the town that literally prevents Annie and Reese from leaving her house. Instead, he has to try kitchen floor surgery one more time. First, he has to perform a direct vein to vein blood transfusion — where he himself is both the phlebotomist and the blood donor.