One Paramedic and His Guardian Angel
Paramedic Dean Flynn is finally getting used to his Unusual ambulance patients. 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. Can she protect Dean and help him stop the hate crime attacks on his patients? Someone is determined to start a race war and only Dean stands in the way.
The story continues on! The more I read this series, the more I see the expertise of its author coming through. The sheer attention to detail is phenomenal.
3.0 out of 5 stars Not a Novel - an installment in a serial.
Reviewed in the United States on July 22, 2016
This is the second book in the Series. The story and premise are good, but this is not a stand alone novel - and neither are the others in the series - nor are they novella's because they do not have any type of resolution. Each book is more like an installment or several chapters in a serial. I read this book in under 2 hours. Because it is a short installment in a serial it gets very annoying to have the Author retelling part of the previous story the same way that must be done for honest to goodness stand alone novels in a series. That retelling takes up a good portion of this part of the series, therefore seems like padding.
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The story itself is unique and interesting, however it is taking a turn for the 'MarySue' as the hero finds himself the object of an Angel's affection - the highest in the 'unusual' or supernatural pecking order. The author certainly knows a great deal about being a Paramedic, and this twist in the horror/Sci Fi Genre is a new one. But to be honest I could do without all the very detailed descriptions of a paramedic's work - that was great in the first installment of the series but now it seems a little tedious.
Don't expect there to be any resolution at the end of this book, you must move on with the serial. And it's not a cliff hanger either, it 'ends' just like the end of another chapter
4.0 out of 5 stars The paramedics keep fighting.
Reviewed in the United States on March 28, 2017
Dean is moving along in his probationary status as a newbie. He is learning more everyday. One of the highlights of his learning is delivering his first baby. We also meet some more people in the series. Soon good...some bad. Dean also meets his Endara or angel and also his girlfriend, Ashley. She is instrumental in getting Dean and James to accept each other and become better friends.
We also start hearing more and more about "The Cause". The Cause is a hatred group who are determined to harm and kill all Unusuals. We also learn that Mike, Dean's mentor, is one of the leaders of The Cause. Brynne is finally convinced that Mike is not the person she believed him to be. Towards the end of the book, violence against Dean and Ashley is intensified and James and Brynne convince them to move into James apartment building for their own safety. The author, Jamie Davis, gives us more insight into the life of paramedics and how they do their duties while building up drama in his continuing story. I can wait to read the next book in the series
5.0 out of 5 stars Intrigue
Reviewed in the United States on April 1, 2017
As we get deeper into the series, the medical focus is beginning to give way to intrigue and even murder. This should please those that weren't as happy with all the medical description. I still think that in a time when health care is a national focus that setting these novels against a medical backdrop is nothing short of brilliant. Surely there is some connection between the underserved population and the undisguised hate crimes of the books and the real tensions in our nation. Hopefully, we will choose to be Dean and Brynne and not Zach and Mike during the national tensions. I look forward to seeing how the situation resolves in this ongoing series.