Just what the doctor ordered: heart-thumping suspense and intrigue, courtesy of Richard Mabry’s new medical drama, Medical Judgment. Someone is after Dr. Sarah Gordon. They’ve stalked her and set a fire at her home. Trying to recover from the traumatic deaths of her husband and infant daughter is tough enough, but she has no idea what will come next. As the threats on her life continue to escalate, so do the questions: Who is doing this? Why are they after her? And with her only help being unreliable suitors in competition with each other, whom can she really trust?
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Dr. Sarah Gordon lost her husband and daughter. Now she's about to lose her life.
After losing the two people she loved the most, Sarah Gordon doesn't think life could get worse. But, after a fire in her garage is ruled an arson, she begins to realize someone is after her---and that person wants to see her dead. But first, they want to see her suffer.
Her late husband's best friend, Kyle Andrews, and a recovering alcoholic detective, Bill Larson, are trying to solve the mystery before it's too late, and they're both trying to win her heart, too. Not only does Sarah feel torn between two men, she also feels as though she cannot trust anyone.
With creepy threats that become more and more sinister, Sarah finds herself in constant fear, but even the best home alarm technology won't protect her. Who is doing this, and why are they after her?
Dr. Richard Mabry is a retired physician who writes "medical suspense with heart." His novels have won multiple awards: a semifinalist for International Thriller Writers' debut novel; finalists for the Carol Award, Inspirational Reader's Choice Award, and Romantic Times' Reader's Choice Award; and both finalist and winner of the Selah Award. He and his wife live in Frisco, Texas.
Dynamic Uno here: Talk about a page-turner! The action started on the first page and continued to build throughout the story. As I was reading, I found myself biting my nails (along with the main character) as she continued to be tormented by her crazy stalker/harasser. It's bad enough that she lost her husband and child in a bad car accident, but then to have to deal with the craziness of this person attacking her within her own home was almost too much for her to handle.
Maybe this is from my obsession with Nancy Drew when I was younger, but I love trying to figure out who the culprit is in each suspense book I read. A few times I thought I knew who it was behind all of the attacks, but I turned out to be wrong. (Guess I shouldn't quit my day job...yet!)
A young teacher and farmer discover they have much in common, especially when it comes to healing old wounds from the past . . . and finding love in one another.
Rebecca Kinsinger has always dreamed of being a teacher. But when she's given the opportunity she's been waiting for at Charm Amish School, she's dismayed to discover that teaching is hard work---work she's afraid she's not very good at.
That is, until Lilly Yoder joins the class. A thirteen-year old who's just lost her parents, Lilly is in need of someone like Rebecca. For the first time since starting her new job, Rebecca feels a sense of purpose. But when she meets Lilly's uncle, Jacob, his good looks and sweet, easy-going temperament are hard to ignore. How can she even entertain romantic thoughts of Jacob when his niece is her student?
Suddenly becoming Lily's sole caregiver, Jacob Yoder never thought he'd be a single parent---or a farmer. Having been living in Florida as a carpenter, Jacob feels more at home wielding a hammer than a backhoe. The only bright spot in his life is Rebecca Kinsinger. As Lily and Rebecca develop a bond, Jacob's fondness for the pretty teacher grows, too.
But when a fateful accident brings them together, Rebecca and Jacob must choose between duty and desire. Will they follow the path before them? Or set out to find true happiness . . . and true love?
Shelley Shepard Gray is a New York Times and USA Today bestselling author, a finalist for the American Christian Fiction Writers prestigious Carol Award, and a two-time HOLT Medallion winner. She lives in southern Ohio, where she writes full-time, bakes too much, and can often be found walking her dachshunds on her town's bike trail.
Dynamic Uno here: I'm enjoying learning more about the Kinsinger siblings and the small Amish town of Charm, Ohio.
Rebecca so wanted to be a teacher, but when she actually had to cover for her friend she realized that teaching was not really her passion. (I can completely relate, only it took me about 17 years to actually leave the profession.)
When Rebecca and Jacob meet, I could tell that they were a match made in heaven. They were both honest with themselves and each other and decided to take a chance on a relationship, starting with a courtship. (Their brave honesty encourages me to be the same way within my relationships with others.)
I also thought it was cute that Lilly's relationship with Peter somewhat mimicked Rebecca's relationship with Jacob--especially since Lilly and Jacob were having to start their lives over in Charm and both met helpmates in Rebecca and Peter.
Overall, book #2 was a quick and cute read. I wish there had been more about the courtship between Rebecca and Jacob, but honestly, the story line between them didn't really need it. (I just wanted to live vicariously through them.)
If you're looking for a cute romance with a lot of heart, then this is the book for you!
Lately, there have been so many things I've been worrying about--finances, relationships, the future... but I heard this song on the radio the other day and the words made a huge impact on my thinking.
It's so true. God has big shoulders and He can handle every situation that pops up in my life. I've just got to trust Him. (Yet another thing we've been working on.)
My worrying just makes me focus on what's wrong and not what's right about a situation. It takes away my hope and my freedom to actually live.
So if you find yourself worrying about all of the crazy events in your life. STOP. Give your worry over to God and let Him take it. He's got this. Let Him do His thing because nothing is impossible with God on your side!
I hope you enjoy this video and song! Let me know what you think in the comments section.