mardi 25 juin 2019

The Paramedic 's Angel ( Extreme Medical Services 2) by Jamie Davis

Hello to all,

             While in the middle of an heat wave, i did manage to read a little which slowly improves my mood as well (little achiements do boost you) so since i really loved book 1 in the Extreme Medical Services and that the ending was too abrupt i jumped on book 2 to read them back to back which is what i recommend you to do ( thanks for the bundle you can even do it at a lesser price.)

Happy reading

Publisher: Jamie Davis
Publication: 2016
Genre: urban fantasy, paranormal, medical, shifter, fae, vampire
Violence: mild
Language: normal
sex: mild
Public: 18+

Description from goodreads :

 Paramedic Dean Flynn is finally getting used to his Unusual ambulance patients, the creatures of myth and legend who live among us all. But with werewolves, vampires, fairies and more as his 911 patients, is he ready for an Unusual in his personal life? Ashley Moore is not just an ER nurse, she is a heavenly angel on earth, sent to help Dean solve the mystery of the hate crime attacks on his patient community. The Cause is determined to undermine the Unusual community, scare them into a starting a race war, and expose them to their human neighbors. Will Dean be able to juggle the professional challenges of serving his patients, the personal challenges of having an angel in his life, and still find those at the root of these crimes?

Read the rest of this exciting paranormal emergency medical adventure romance series with book 1, Extreme Medical Services and the prequel novella The Vampire and the Paramedic. Both are available wherever you buy ebooks

My opinion:
          This isn't a standalone at all so you must have read book 1 minimum , the prequel could also be read before but it also works after as we do get glimpse of event told in this book that makes us want to read it if we haven't do so yet but still we are not lacking anything if we wait longer.
In fact, this story start just were book 1 stopped so we are immediately in the action and that's great, even better if read back to back.

In this instalment we do get some medical actions ( still some big ones), some sweet moments even, but less than in book 1 as we focus on the actual threat and we get to see how it could be even worse and deep. On the plus side we do learn more about unusual as well as we are discovering about the Eldara and learning with Dean, who made his choice.

This story immerses us more into the winding of the system and what is happening behind the scenes with some informations putting us on edge about what is coming. This time the ending is less abrupt since we are not in the middle of an intervention but it still let us on edge for the next one in the series. I do prefer that to an abrupt cliffhanger.

I really liked this second book and want more.

Score:  4,5/5

Disclaimer: All opinions are my own and i voluntary reviewed this book

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