Sunday, June 15, 2014

Book Review: The Rescue by Suzanne Woods Fisher

He's taking a chance on love . . . and there's no plan B. Will Stoltz has returned to Stoney Ridge with a clear plan. He's opening a wild bird rescue center and is determined to rekindle his fizzled romance with Jackie Colombo, the veterinarian who stole his heart. But nothing is working out as Will planned. The leased building for the rescue center is a disaster, his funding is rapidly dwindling, and Jackie Colombo has disappeared without a trace. When an injured eagle is found in a pasture near the Inn at Eagle Hill, Will is desperate to prove to himself, to his skeptical father, and to everyone else that his mission has not been in vain. But as his best-laid plans begin to fail, Will discovers something more valuable. Travel back to the Inn at Eagle Hill for the untold story of one of your favorite characters and experience the miracle of love.

*My Review*

I'm not much of a reader. It's always a challenge to find a book that I actually WANT to read past the 1st page. The Rescus is one of those books, that I could  could go back and read over and over again. It’s THAT GREAT! The only thing I didn't like was that there wasn't enough of this book!  I got completely caught up in it and then… I hit the last page. This was an amazing book and I absolutely loved it. I will be trying out other titles by Suzanne Woods Fisher. 

**Disclosure** This book was sent to me free of charge for my honest review from Litfuse Publicity.

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