Mercy’s Rescue

Finished Mercy’s Rescue by Debra Holt.  I received a copy for review from the author.

Summary (from Goodreads):

Fighting for his life after an ambush, Sheriff Josh Wellman awakes to find himself looking into the eyes of a real-life angel of mercy. Despite his groggy condition, he knows his life has changed the instant their hands touch.

Devastating heartbreak has left Mercy Smith’s faith in tatters, her heart guarded against more loss. Her dedication to the air evac trauma team she leads has insulated her from the realities of the earth below, so now Josh faces the biggest challenge of his life.

Can he find a way around the walls that fortify her heart and convince this angel to stay on the ground with him? Can Mercy open herself to life again and find a way to restore her faith in God … as well as love?”

I am so in love with this book, guys.  It’s sweet and fun and my face hurt from smiling while I was reading it but, at the same time, it’s also incredibly emotional.  There are some sad parts, of course, and some scary ones…so basically like life.

I loved Mercy immediately.  She’s got a kickass job where she’s basically a superhero, flying around as leader of an air evac trauma team and saving lives.  She’s smart and funny, too.  And then she meets Josh, when he’s a patient she’s rescuing.  They’re instantly drawn to each other but of course there are complications (including the fact that he’s technically a patient…and a stranger…and has a dangerous job).

And I really liked Josh, who is hot and working to make the world better.  And the two together? YES PLEASE.  (Although there were several times I was reading it and shaking my Kindle like, “JUST TALK TO EACH OTHER!”)

Romance novels may not be your thing but still give this one a try.  It’ll brighten your day.

Highly recommended.

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