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Last Chance Rescue: A Story Of Rescue And Romance In The Rocky Mountains Paperback – January 24, 2008
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I found myself unable to put the book down once I started reading it. I wasn't expecting such an action-packed book, full of vivid imagery, knowledge about rescue maneuvers and extraordinary character development. --Rhode Island Review
A romantic action novel about paramedics, their work, and how this work interweaves with their personal situations...an interesting behind-the-scenes look at a life-style very few people get to experience....
--Helicopter Life Magazine
Learning to love oneself in order to love another is a compelling part of this novel. Acceptance of others and their limitations comes into play as the main characters grapple with deep-seated anger, guilt, and self-doubt. --Long and Short Reviews
Anorexia, abusive boyfriends, Iraq veterans and sick horses all keep the melodrama at a level more intense than the average Himalayan epic... --Gripped: the Climbing Magazine
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Top Customer Reviews
The book is full of exciting, well-written adventures, and reading it is like experiencing one cliff-hanger after another. This swell of excitement is really just a backdrop for getting to know and like the characters.
The characters include ordinary folks with drug problems, shadowy military pasts, mystical healing abilities, damaged fathers and abusive boyfriends.
These experiences, some familiar, some more far-out, are woven into believable characters. The story is grounded by the main character, Brad. Brad is extremely down-to-earth and easy to relate to.
From Brad's perspective (and the book is mostly narrated through his voice), the story might be simplified to the following: he experiences two major changes in his life (a dramatic career change and then a dramatic injury), during which he tries to relate to and figure out his feelings for a woman friend.
Who doesn't know a guy like that? Brad is so likeable - we really want to see him succeed.
The main theme of the story was how the characters helped each other grow emotionally. Most of the time neither character would realize the effect they had on one another.
The spiritual connection between the two leads was awesome. As a reader, I hated to see the story end.
I can't wait to see if the other books by Tracey Cramer-Kelly are as captivating as this book.
Happy reading to you all!
As a guy I loved the action and the authenticity of the story, and the romance between Brad and Jessie is mixed in well so that it doesn't slow down what I love as your typical "guy" reader - a storyline that rockets up and down like a wild helicopter ride and keeps you guessing until the very end.
Great book. Also I have to say something about the cover. The detail and colors are so vivid it feels like you're standing on the edge of the Rockies. I can't help but stare at it. A great way to get you in the right mindset before you dive in. Kudos to whoever did it!
- John Nemo, Author of Jumper, The King's Game and Miller's Miracle
Most Recent Customer Reviews
I will read this book again, I enjoyed it that much. This is the first book I have read by this author and won't be the last. I plan on buying "True Surrender" next. Read morePublished on March 1, 2014 by Judith Tulloch