Stephen O’Malley is a paramedic who has been rescuing people all his life. But he’s running now-from the burden of his profession, from the grief of losing his. The Rescuer By Dee Henderson – FictionDB. Cover art, synopsis, sequels, reviews, awards, publishing history, genres, and time period. Multinomah, March , , pp. ISBN They met when they were children in a Chicago orphanage. When they were old enough to leave.
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But he’s on the run now from the burden of his profession, from the grief of losing his sister, from a God he doesn’t want to trust. Meghan may be blind, but she’s not crazy. Someone rescure walking through her house, going through her things, so she turns to the one hfnderson she trusts to help her. Stolen jewels are turning up hendeeson unexpected places, and Meghan is caught in the middle of a criminal conspiracy.
The Rescuer By Dee Henderson
Stephen is glad to help out a friend only she’s slipping under his guard and threatening to become more than just a friend. Stephen is being chased by the God she loves as Meghan is showing him what it means to love and be loved.
But Stephen’s about to find out just what sacrificial love really is on a night he will never forget a kidnapping, a tornado, and a desperate search to find her alive Paperbackpages. United States of America.
To see what your friends thought of this book, please sign up. To ask other readers questions about The Rescuerplease sign up. Lists with This Book. Mar 08, Sarah Grace Grzybowski rated it it was amazing Shelves: Henderson hits it out of the ballpark again.
Apr 27, Jesseca Wheaton added it. The sereis is finished!!!!! It was a wonderful ending, and I really enjoyed getting to know Stephen better.
Now I get to start the series over again Jul 04, Olivia rated it really liked it Shelves: The Rescuer had a whole different feel then the others. Stephen leaves his paramedic job and tries to find peace and happiness somewhere else after his sister dies.
The reality is that he only can find contentment and friendship in Jesus Christ. He sees Megan again This book didn’t have the same intense scenes as others, except for right at the end. I would have loved to seen more of Stephen’s work as a paramedic.
A great book to end the series. The Rescuer by Dee Henderson Genre: Mystery, Christian Romance Format: More or less current day Location: Stephen is running away.
Away from the sorrow that haunts him daily after his sister Jennifer died. He needs to get away from Chicago and find peace. But Meghan, the woman he loves back in Illinois, is a Christian who will be his friend and nothing more. The friendship between them is strong and deep because she truly loves him. During one intimate discussion she actually tells him his lack of decision for Christ will separate them for eternity, which saddens her heart. Meghan was a nurse, and a good one, and a childhood friend from the neighborhood of the orphanage in which he lived, along with all his brothers and sisters.
One dark night a car accident leaves Meghan blind. After he returns to Illinois to stay, he buys a farm in the same small town that Meghan has come to love since her accident, the home of her parents. But something strange keeps popping up there, and a mystery rears an ugly head. A mystery that is decades old and is now getting dangerous. I liked this story. I wish, though, that Jesus had been portrayed as a Savior rather than just a friend.
In fact, the word savior was never mentioned in the book. We accept him as our Savior. I mean, the reason for his death was not to be our friend. He could have been our friend without the Cross. No that Cross had a deeper significance, one that meant the difference between life forever with Him, or an eternity lost. Christ needed to go to the Cross as a payment; as a sacrifice for our sin, not merely to be our friend.
But it was a nice end to a very good series. Jan 22, Brittany rated it really liked it Shelves: This was a very good book. I was hoping for more ‘paramedic scenes’, but they were very slim. I still enjoyed it though. I am terribly disappointed that this series is over. I loved it and will definitely be looking to add this series to my bookshelves. View all 3 comments. An amazing book that finished an awesome series!
Jun 02, Rebekah Tooley rated it really liked it. I really liked this one!!! It has a different feel to it.
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I thought Meghan not allowing there relationship to progress further until he became a Christian was good and also very wise! And having it where Kate became pregnant was a genderson twist as well! Hendderson only thing I didn’t like in this book or series was how they only focused on one persons life in the family and added very little of anybody else. But asides from that it was great!!! Jun 13, Sarah rated it it was amazing Shelves: It is so sad to say goodby to this series, and the O’Malley Family.
I think that I could read about them for a erscuer long time, but all stories must come to an end. Thank you Dee Henderson for such a resscuer journey. Jan 30, Amanda rated it it was amazing Shelves: Oct 30, Larisha rated it it was amazing. The Rescuer is the last book in the series, and I particularly enjoyed how the author talks to God through the characters as Christians also do daily.
The Rescuer combines romance and adventure in the tale of the search for the ultimate love relationship, with Jesus Christ both now and forever!! Meghan is a terrific character and love interest for Stephen O’Malley. Like the other O’Malley brothers and sisters – Meghan quickly becomes a friend for the reader. Dec 31, Sarah TheAromaofBooks rated it really liked it. When he returns, he buys a small hendrson in a small town outside of Chicago, and is ready to start his new life. I really enjoyed this book, as I uenderson the entire series.
But He loves you too much to leave you in that chaos once you know Him. I do feel like this book ends a bit abruptly. Jan 08, Courtney rated it liked it. There was a wrench thrown in this book that was too much.
The town Stephen goes to find solace is hours away from his hometown Chicago,with no hospital. A couple of times, family just drops by for the day, an emergency cause a patient to have to be transported and low and behold it puts Stephen in a position to just drop by Chicago to see his sister. Another time, Kate calls the blind nurse to “drop” by when she feels ill. The logistics should have included the jet that so quickly is used in pre There was a wrench thrown in this book that was too much.
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The logistics should have included the jet that so quickly is used in previous books. Stephen’s previous love interest is just kind of looked over with a mere sentence as if the reader will just accept it and resvuer on to a new chick. The author merely mentions Stephen’s soul searching as he travels the country after the death of his sister. A climax is alluded to in a previous book when Lisa mentions a landmark she wants him to visit, and it is forgotten in this book.