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- Publication Date: December 1, 2017
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- Language: English
- ASIN: B077MWZ4P9
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Rebecca's Redemption (Call to the Jungle Book 3) Kindle Edition
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Being the voracious Book Reviewer I am, reading a wide variety of genres has resulted in my having been given the Top Contributor for True Crime Books by Amazon. I also love reading a broad spectrum of romance novels, as well as Children’s Books for my inner child. Having just completed reading/reviewing an adult steamy romance, and two true crime books; the second of which had been about one of the most sadistic serial killer this country [US] has ever known, I needed something to return me to a state of normality, where the main characters interests are to help someone else, someone else fortunate than they are. Luckily, I’d received an email, which mentioned this book. I immediately download it, and it has turned out to be just what the doctor had ordered.
Speaking about doctors, they along with nurses, are two of the most respected profession when it comes to fulfilling the scripture. [ Luke 4:40 As the sun went down that evening, people throughout the village brought sick family members to Jesus. No matter what their diseases were, the touch of his hand healed everyone.]
This story gives its readers two protagonist, a doctor and a nurse, who while tending to the sick in the Amazon, need help in tending to their own needs.
The nurse, Rebecca Singer, had two sides to her life. The first had always been to care for those patients who had been entrusted to her. The second had been that of party girl, engaging in depravity with her drinking and other things. But, the instance the Lord entered her body and made her his, she swore she’ll repent for the way she’s acted by using her profession to care for the sick who needed it the most, and the location she found these individuals to be had been in the Brazilian Amazon jungle.
The doctor, Ed Pierce, a permanent believer, needed help to struggle with his very existence. He not only operated a Christian hospital in the Brazilian Amazon jungle, but had two children who no longer had the love of a mother, and he no longer had her love as his wife.
His prayers got answered when Rebecca arrived because the mission agreed to sent him the help he needed; an American who would not only be his medical assistant, but someone who could be like a mother to his children, caring for and educating them.
After seeing how she acted as his assistant and caretaker/educator for his children, will he want her to become something more? Since fulfilling her the vow she’d made, and recognizing the fact his children didn’t have a true mother, will she desire to become something more than she already is? The things these two truly and secretly want out of life are already there; the only question is whether or not they’ll be able to see the glove which will fit their hands?
For giving me the sweet, heartwarming story I needed to have, Ms. Carver is getting the 5 STARS for book, I’m giving her.
Dr. Ed was a wonderful character. He has compassion for the patients he treats and loves his two girls with all that he has. I loved reading about his interaction with his daughters. He has had a hard time being on his own raising them, but he never once felt like they were a burden. His devotion to God has helped him overcome obstacles . Sharing his faith with Rebecca may help her tear down walks she has built around her heart.
I loved the message in the book about forgiveness. One of the hardest things Rebecca has to understand is that she needs to forgive herself for her past. It seems easy to accept that God forgives us, but we have a hard time forgiving ourselves. The story is a wonderful read and the author captures how much God loves us in a story that stirs emotions and shows us unconditional love.
I received a copy of this book from TBCN and the author. The review is my own opinion.
Single missionary nurse, Rebecca Singer, is a recent convert and was allowed through the approval process amazingly fast. She wants to serve God to make up for the mistakes and sins of her former life. She is gifted in nursing and a caring spirit for others, especially for children. Her position is an assistant in the hospital which is run by Dr. Ed Pierce, a recent widower, whose two wonderful little girls she will also teach. This is a very intriguing story that conveys the struggles of medical missionaries who also desire to witness to God’s love. Rebecca and Dr. Ed find themselves drawn to each other while fighting their own personal battles.
As with all of the titles in the Amazon Jungle series, the reader will be immersed in the culture and challenges of the characters. The story, once started, is hard to put down. I highly recommend this book which I received through TBCN, and I was not asked to write a positive review but to give my honest opinion.