Review: The Yuletide Rescue by Margaret Daley

23199977 What a fabulous suspense story this is! It kept me guessing till the end and I love it when an author can do that. The main characters are very likeable and believable, and their attraction throughout the book is wonderfully done.

Bree is a strong woman, a doctor, who is very alone in the world. She has lost so many people that she loves. I was able to really feel for Bree. Having lost family and friends, she is very scared to trust her heart to another. This is something she struggles with throughout the book.

David knows all about pain and loss. This widowed father is dealing with guilt and grief. The feeling that he should have been able to rescue people close to him is part of the reason that he volunteers as a leader with a search and rescue group.

David and Bree have to figure out who is after them and what they want. Watching these people fall in love while trying to stay alive was quite a ride! I am so excited to read future books in this series! (5 stars)

My thanks to the author for the complimentary copy of this book that I received in exchange for an honest review. All thoughts and opinions expressed are my own.

ABOUT THE BOOK:

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MISTLETOE AND MURDER

When Dr. Bree Mathison’s plane plummets into the Alaskan wilderness at Christmastime, she is torn between grief and panic. With the pilot—her dear friend—dead and wolves circling, she struggles to survive. Search and Rescue leader David Stone fights his way through the elements to save her. David suspects the plane crash might not have been an accident, spurring Bree’s sense that she’s being watched. But why is someone after her? Suddenly Bree finds herself caught in the middle of a whirlwind of secrets during the holiday season. With everyone she cares about most in peril, Bree and her promised protector must battle the Alaskan tundra and vengeful criminals to make it to the New Year.

Alaskan Search and Rescue: Risking their lives to save the day

ABOUT THE AUTHOR:

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Margaret Daley is an award winning, multi-published author in the romance genre. One of her romantic suspense books, Hearts on the Line, won the American Christian Fiction Writers’ Book of the Year Contest. Recently she has won the Golden Quill Contest, FHL’s Inspirational Readers’ Choice Contest, Winter Rose Contest, Holt Medallion and the Barclay Gold Contest. She wrote for various secular publishers before the Lord led her to the Christian romance market. She currently writes inspirational romance and romantic suspense books for the Steeple Hill Love Inspired lines, romantic suspense for Abingdon Press and historical romance for Summerside Press. She has sold ninety-two books to date. Margaret was the President for American Christian Fiction Writers (ACFW), an organization of over 2600 members. She was one of the founding members of the first ACFW local chapter, WIN in Oklahoma. She has taught numerous classes for online groups, ACFW and RWA chapters. She enjoys mentoring other authors. Until she retired a few years ago, she was a teacher of students with special needs for twenty-seven years and volunteered with Special Olympics as a coach. She currently is on the Outreach committee at her church, working on several projects in her community as well as serving on her church’s vestry. On a more personal note, she has been married for over forty years to Mike and has one son and four granddaughters. She treasures her time with her family and friends.

You can connect with Margaret on her website, her blog, Twitter, and Facebook.

http://www.amazon.com/Yuletide-Rescue-Inspired-Suspense-Alaskan-ebook/dp/B00L0XDVPC/ref=sr_1_1_twi_1?ie=UTF8&qid=1417029798&sr=8-1&keywords=yuletide+rescue

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About Brittany

I am a homeschooling mother of four children. I am an avid reader and have been for as long as I can remember. I truly enjoy reading and reviewing books I focus my reading and my reviews on Christian fiction, primarily Christian romantic fiction. I hope you will find my reviews helpful in your decisions on what books to read.
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