This week, the

Christian Fiction Blog Alliance

is introducing

Doctor To The Rescue
Love Inspired (December 18, 2012)


Cheryl Wyatt

Born Valentine‚Äôs 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.

Learn more about Cheryl and her books on her Website.

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.

divider2MY REVIEW:

One of my favorite little indulgences is reading Love Inspired books. In fact I had subscriptions to both the Love Inspired and the Love Inspired Suspense series for years but had to drop them when my book review commitments grew to the point that I never seemed to have the time to indulge in the Love Inspired novels anymore. So I am enjoying the fact that I am beginning to find some Love Inspired books on my review lists. I have mentioned in previous posts and still believe that it must take considerable talent to write a novel within the guidelines for one of these shorter mass market books and still have characters and plot with which the reader can connect. Doctor To The Rescue was one of those novels that packed a lot of character development and an excellent plot between its covers.

Doctor and single father Ian Shupe doesn’t have time for nor does he want a relationship with any woman, especially not his best friend’s sister. But Bri Landis’ offer to babysit his daughter is too convenient to turn down. Under Bri’s care, Tia has begun to heal from her mother’s abandonment and to trust that her dad won’t leave her – and somehow Ian’s heart has begun to thaw a little also.

Doctor To The Rescue is an engaging story that was hard to put down. The romance developed at a believable pace and for all the right reasons. A subtle message of faith was woven through the pages with an emphasis on trusting God and forgiveness.