Saturday, November 8, 2014

Her Christmas Guardian by Shirlee McCoy (Mission: Rescue #2)

Her Christmas Guardian

Written by: Shirlee McCoy
Series: Mission: Rescue
Sequence in Series: 2
Page Count: 224 pages
Publisher: Love Inspired Suspense
Publication Date: December 1, 2014
Rating: 4 Stars
Genre: Christian Fiction | Suspense
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Synopsis:
TO SAVE HER DAUGHTER

Former army ranger Boone Anderson immediately senses danger when he spots Scout Cramer and her precious little girl while holiday shopping. Then two cars suddenly give chase in the parking lot—kidnapping the child. His worst suspicions are confirmed, and professional instincts propel him into action. Having lost his own infant daughter years before, Boone is determined to reunite the beautiful single mother and her missing child. But when a secret from Scout's past finally catches up to her, she must work with her self-appointed guardian to save her daughter. Before the kidnappers cancel Christmas for all of them…permanently.

Mission: Rescue—No job is too dangerous for these fearless heroes

Her Christmas Guardian (Mission: Rescue #2)
My Review:
Her Christmas Guardian by Shirlee McCoy

Suspense filled story with an inspiring and heartfelt theme, Her Christmas Guardian is a sweet but pulse pounding holiday read.

Scout's daughter is kidnapped. Boone Anderson, understanding the loss of a child, devotes his services as a member of HEART to bring them back together. Both Scout and Boone have burdens they carry close to their hearts. The story is a powerful testament, showing personal growth and learning to cope with personal loss.

I enjoyed the intense situations paired with the heart warming storyline. Shirlee McCoy creates characters with flaws and makes them relatable. I found Her Christmas Guardian a touching holiday read, ringing in the season with a faith inspired novel.

I received this ARC copy of Her Christmas Guardian from Harlequin - Love Inspired Suspense in exchange for a honest review. This book is set for publication December 2, 2014.






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