A beautiful, stylish, young wife is admitted to hospital as clinically dead. Brilliant doctors, teams of nurses, social workers and religious workers work with skill and compassion to determine the cause and begin the awesome work of healing. Medical information is compiled, lists of doctors, units, programs, research teams, material on her career, achievements, pet projects,attitudes, goals. In this hospital is an extremely rich clan of generous people. She is first to admit that her most remarkable accomplishment is her team. The art of tyranny in the black knight, Grant Bates, is at its finest with hidden agendas, secret societies, deception that culminates in the murder of faith, hope and love. Strong support by the church community helps in understanding the spiritual dimension that is sometimes in conflict with the medical world. This is the story of one woman who survives death, overcomes all obstacles and finds pure love as a dynamic duo. There is a powerful love between them and they are able to find a new balance. Grant Bates releases his tyrannical hold and the story draws to an intoxicating finish with I did it. It is over. Medical, educational and religious circles have been mesmerized by this story. Sensitivity to the plight of women is a universal issue whose time has come.