lundi 1 juillet 2019

The Paramedic's Choice ( Extreme Medical Services 3) by Jamie Davis

hello to all,

Summer time is here and my free time is divided between collecting berries and reading, a paradise.

Today i'm sharing with you my opinion on book 3 of the Extreme Medical Services series by Jamie Davis!

Happy Reading!
Publisher: Jamie Davis
Publication: 2016
Genre: urban fantasy, paranormal, shifters, vampire, paramedic
Violence: strong
Language: normal
sex: none
Public: 18+



Description from goodreads :

 Terrorists, Murder, Redemption

Paramedic Dean Flynn works every day to heal the creatures of myth and legend in Elk City. When a human hate group declares war on his patients, Dean, with his angel girlfriend, and the vampire lord of Elk City, must work with all the forces of good to fight the terrorists hidden in their midst.


Using magic, prophecy, and all his paramedic skills, Dean fights to save his patients, even after being framed for a murder he didn't commit. With his lifelong dreams shattered and taken away from him, can Dean find a way around the obstacles thrown in his path? Will he have the strength to make the choice when the time comes to fulfill his destiny?


Enter the world of "Extreme Medical Services" with the third book in the exciting urban paranormal fantasy series. Join up with Dean.


My opinion:
          This instalment is wonderfully written full of actions with events that can't leave you indifferent We are in the middle of this first arc about the problems coming from " The Cause".  The tension is high all along and we are completely swept into the storyline following Dean a very dedicated  paramedic wanting the best for his patients.

I've read this one in one sitting as it was really keeping me on edge with moments that had me on verge of tears , other furious and at time smiling or laughing ( Ashley  sister sound quite funny)

Really, it was excellent as we do discover new paranormals, meet with some with have come to see as family and enter some of the unusual politic intricaties. I also loved to see how what they did in the past started to have an impact.  Only one thing bothered me....Dean is really close to his patient so i was disappointed to see how he didn't ask more info about little Flynn , considering the situation i would have though he would be more attentive to the "after" and be sure someone was taking care of her instead of passing her along and not checking after. I understand the situation got busy but i would have loved a line about her.

This is not the end, we still get a kind of cliffanger but  part one of the problem is somewhat solved.

To recommend ( but read in order)



Score:  3,5/5

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

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