Title: To Save Her Child (Love Inspired Suspense Alaskan Search & Rescue Book #2)
Author: Margaret Daley
Publisher: Love Inspired
Before I share my thoughts on this novel, let me share with you that I didn’t read the first novel and still enjoyed the tale immensely! I love to read Margaret Daley’s novels that capture my attention from the first page until the very last sentence. To Save Her Child is set in Alaska, which is a state I long to visit and have read many inspiring stories set in wilderness of Alaska. The tale is about a young single mother named Ella who is raising her son alone due to a divorce she had to seek because of the abuse in the marriage. Another reason for her divorce was her ex-husband’s illegal business dealings that put the whole family in serious danger.
Ella is extra careful to keep to herself and thoroughly check out any place where her son is getting an education or being cared for while she is at work. Ella’s job is to help administrate the office of search & rescue any time the need arises plus daily operations or training sessions. When her own son along with two of his friends are missing after playtime, Ella immediately begins to think her ex has found them and she must move on again. During the search, Ella meets Josiah and his SAR dog Buddy who come alongside to help locate the three young boys. Josiah helps Ella through this trial and more as readers discover their adventures. There is romance, danger, redemption and learning to trust someone with the deepest heart secrets when the risk of doing so could lead to further hurt and devastation. The novel was outstanding and very enjoyable. I loved reading it more than watching TV, and I think others will too!
My rating is 5+ stars.
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