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The Heart of a Hero: Book Review

The Heart of a Hero (Global Search and Rescue: Book 2) by Susan May Warren: Book Review with Revell Reads.

About the Book:

Title: The Heart of a Hero (Global Search and Rescue: Book 2)

Author: Susan May Warren

Genre: Contemporary Christian Romance

Release Date: June 2, 2020

Jake Silver may not be able to put the memories of his time as a sniper and Navy SEAL behind him, but at least he can put his skills to use as a part of the Jones Inc. rescue team. Saving the life of pediatric heart surgeon Dr. Aria Sinclair on Denali helped too. Now he can’t get her out of his head, and when he hears she is in the path of a hurricane down in Key West he can’t help but jump on a plane to rescue her.

Aria has dedicated her life to helping children born with defective hearts. After all, she was one of those children. Now driven to succeed, she lives a lonely, stressful life. One she would have lost on Denali if it hadn’t been for Jake. Jake is exciting and handsome, but he’s also dangerous, and she’s already lost one person she loves. She can’t bear it again.

It’s not until she finds herself trapped in the middle of a category 4 hurricane that she can admit she needs Jake desperately. With their very survival in the balance, can they hope for a second chance at life . . . and love?

Book Review:

Some way, some how, Susan May Warren’s books just keep getting better. Her details and focus on each of the characters in The Heart of a Hero had me ready to jump into action.

The situations Aria and Jake find themselves in are nothing short of spectacular. Between the hurricane and the fireworks they’re setting off, it’s a wonder the book doesn’t burst into flames. Both have deep, emotional wounds, and although they’re different, they have similar problems. Maybe that’s why they’re always rubbing each other the wrong way.

But they also need each other in a way that is beautiful and shows the true nature of love.

And let’s not forget Mimi! Everyone needs a Mimi in their lives, even if she’s fictional.

The Heart of a Hero gave me an amazing reminder that one of the hardest things to do is forgive yourself. Even when no one else blames you, even when God has forgiven you, it’s easy to let those nasty feelings continue to swirl around in our heads. God’s love is bigger. It’s more powerful. We just have to be willing to accept that we are forgiven. We are free.

I requested a copy of this book from Revell Reads. I was not required to leave a positive review. All thoughts and opinions expressed are my own.


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