Book Review: At Least You Have Your Health by Madi Sinha

Title: At Least You Have Your Health

By: Madi Sinha

Genre: Fiction

Pages: 384

Release Date: April 5th, 2022

Publisher: Berkley Books

Rating: ★★★★★


Summary from Goodreads:

Behind the wholesome veneer of a wellness clinic lies a dangerous secret in this compelling women's fiction novel from the author of The White Coat Diaries.

Dr. Maya Rao is a gynecologist trying to balance a busy life. With three young children, a career, and a happy marriage, she should be grateful--on paper, she has it all. But after a disastrous encounter with a patient, Maya is forced to walk away from the city hospital where she's spent her entire career.

A new opportunity arises when Maya enrolls her daughter at an exclusive private school and crosses paths with Amelia DeGilles. Amelia is the owner and entrepreneur behind Eunoia Women's Health, a concierge wellness clinic that specializes in house calls for its clientele of wealthy women for whom no vitamin infusion or healing crystal is too expensive. All Eunoia needs is a gynecologist to join its ranks.

Amid visits to her clients' homes to educate and empower, and occasionally to remove crystals from bodily orifices, Maya comes to idolize the beautiful, successful Amelia. But Amelia's life isn't as perfect as it seems, and when Amelia's teenaged daughter is struck with a mysterious ailment, Maya must race to uncover the reason before it's too late. In the process, she risks losing what's most important to her and bringing to light a secret of her own that she's been desperately trying to keep hidden.


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I was on the edge of my seat this entire book. 

I really fell in love with Maya's character from the start. She's a sassy woman with a chip on her shoulder. Throughout the whole book, she starts to lose her way, becoming caught up in the "rich people" mumbo jumbo they are fed. Deep down though, she knows what's right and still follows that path for the most part, even if its subconsciously. 

At the end of the story, there was so many emotions. Fear, anger, sadness, hope. It was beautifully written and paced quickly so I didn't have too much time to linger on one emotion over another. It kept me sane and focused in the story. Although, toward the end when everything was wrapping up and the characters finally had their piece, I might have shed a tear of happiness.

I read through this book in one day. It was that good, couldn't put it down. I would recommend this book to anyone who wants an in-depth story that makes you feel satisfied by the end. 

Received an advance reader copy in exchange for a fair review.

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