Search and Rescue

Search and Rescue (Tuesday, 16 April 2013)
Rating: 5

Jennifer Foster has had to make numerous adjustments in her life. Her mother's bipolar disorder has been costly to her family, and Jennifer was unable
to fulfill her dream of becoming a psychologist. In order to keep a roof over her head she works long hours at Sal's place, one of Detroit's favorite
diners, and a second job with a cleaning crew. She has insulated herself from close relationships because of her obligations to her family.
/_Ryan Douglas is a dedicated and successful Detroit police officer, handsome beyond description. He suffered indescribable pain in the past, as his
father, a former Detroit police officer, was paralyzed as a result of a gunshot wound. Ryan's faith has brought him strength and peace, and his
relationship with God is his anchor. Jennifer and Ryan become acquainted as Ryan and his partner often stop at Sal's diner at lunchtime.
/_This portrayal of a young man and woman who have been victims to tragic circumstances is so beautifully told. Marianne Evans tells a deep and
heartfelt story of overcoming obstacles that keep us from loving and from trusting, ourselves, others and God. Marianne's descriptive expertise goes
far beyond the norm, detailing a depth of character that is heartwarming and sensitive. Marianne understands the hearts of humans and is intuitive to
their emotions, as well as their need for God in their lives.This story is rich with the beauty of attraction and awareness of love, making the reader
breathless with emotion and passion for this beautiful couple. Fear, trust, acceptance, persistence, patience, renewed faith, forgiveness, generosity,
and love are all encapsulated in this beautiful story of leaving decay in the past and moving forward in love and faith.

Disclaimer: I
was given a PDF copy of this book by the author in return for my honest review. All opinions expressed are my own, and I received no monetary
compensation for this review.

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