Sequel to the best-selling "Bent Not Broken." Since qualifying as a doctor, Lauren Roche has had some ups ... and many downs. Bankruptcy, depression, a suicide attempt -- and the shock revelation that her son was a sex offender.
How does she triumph over all this, and at the same time achieve another goal of becoming a best-selling author?
"Life on the Line" is as gripping a read as "Bent Not Broken," and in the end just as inspiring.
Wellington doctor Lauren Roche became a successful author in 2000 with the courageous first volume of her autobiography, "Bent Not Broken." In this best-selling book Lauren described her turbulent childhood and adolescence, and her years as a prostitute and stripper, before she turned her life around. She went back to high school and university, eventually graduating as a doctor.