Monday, January 7, 2013

Doctor to the Rescue

This week, the
Christian Fiction Blog Alliance
is introducing
Doctor To The Rescue
Love Inspired (December 18, 2012)
Cheryl Wyatt


Born Valentine’s Day on a Navy base, Cheryl Wyatt writes military romance. Her Steeple Hill debuts earned RT Top Picks plus #1 and #4 on eHarlequin's Top 10 Most-Blogged-About-Books, lists including NYT Bestsellers. Cheryl loves interacting with her readers and can be found almost daily on Facebook.

Word from the Author:

I do regular giveaways including a Kindle for every 250 people who join (aka "Like) my Facebook author page: and I'd LOVE for word to spread about that. We have a lot of fun there as I ask for frequent reader input on current books, with helpers being mentioned in the acknowledgements and fun stuff like that.


Combat doctor Ian Shupe returns home from overseas with his most important mission: to raise his little girl. But Ian's a single dad, and working at Eagle Point's trauma center means having to find child care. When bighearted, struggling lodge owner Bri Landis offers babysitting in exchange for construction work, Ian accepts. He vows to keep his emotional distance from Bri, yet can't deny that his daughter is blossoming under her tender care. But is he ready to believe that his heart's deepest prayer may finally be answered?

If you would like to read the first chapter of Doctor To The Rescue, go HERE.


Cheryl Wyatt continues her Eagle Point Emergency series for Love Inspired with this second story. (See my review of The Doctor's Devotion here.) Stories with a medical setting always capture my interest, and I've enjoyed reading about Eagle Point as it transforms from a fledgling clinic into a fast-growing trauma center. Add in a little girl who needs some TLC due to her mom's abandonment and her dad's hectic on-call schedule as a doctor, as well as her dad and babysitter who need to believe that God has a plan beyond the pain they've experienced, and I'm glued to the pages! This one is small enough to fit into your bag-and your heart!


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Sr. Ann Marie said...

Sounds like a great book--my kind of a read!