Thursday, June 28, 2012

Doctor's Devotion by Cheryl Wyatt

This week, the
Christian Fiction Blog Alliance
is introducing
Doctor's Devotion
Love Inspired (June 19, 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.


A Doctor’s Vow.

When he fled Eagle Point years ago, former air force trauma surgeon Mitch Wellington left only broken dreams behind. Now he’s back with a new dream—opening a trauma center in the rural area and saving lives. He hopes to hire the quick-thinking nurse who impressed him during an emergency. But Lauren Bates lost her faith and doesn’t believe she deserves to help anyone. Mitch knows firsthand what loss feels like. And it’ll take all his devotion to show Lauren that sometimes the best medicine is a combination of faith, community—and love.

Eagle Point Emergency: Saving lives—and losing their hearts—in a small Illinois town.

If you would like to read an excerpt of the first chapter of Doctor's Devotion, go HERE.

Pattie's Review:

I have to say, once I got into this book, I realized how much of a gift it is for a writer to be able to create realistic characters who struggle with things real people struggle with, and with problems I know people have gone through {losing loved ones in tragic and preventable accidents; bank loan issues; making promises and being unable to keep them due to circumstances}.

Cheryl Wyatt is such a writer. She is wonderful at creating characters like these. I related in many ways to both Lauren and Mitch, as well as walking alongside friends who have gone through what Ian went through {and I believe Ian will be the hero of the next book--if not the next one, certainly book 3--he needs his own happily ever after!}. Life is tough. I have friends right now going through some pretty tough stuff. Life is tough--but God is good. He gives us more than we can handle so that we can turn to Him, depending on His strength, trusting in His providence.

Thanks to CFBA and the author herself for sending me a copy of the book for review.

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