A Healing Spirit by Melissa A. Hanson
Riverview Series Book 2
A freak ski accident brings nineteen-year old Mia Kinney within minutes of death. Hurt and scared, Mia is calmed by the southern drawl and clear green eyes of her rescuer.
Twenty-one year old Dylan Blackburn is one of the first Ski Patrol members on the scene. As his patient is airlifted to the local trauma center, he can’t shake her from his thoughts.
As Mia fights for her life, Dylan, is haunted by the blonde hair beauty, and knows he needs to make sure she’s going to be okay.
With a troubled past Dylan has vowed never to completely open himself up to another girl, but Mia continues to knock down every wall he’s constructed. When his past arrives at his front door and threatens once again someone that he loves, will Dylan be able to save Mia yet again? Or will he be too late this time?
A story of love, friendship, and the determination to turn a horrible experience into something worthwhile
This book (and book 1 in this series) were so refreshing. It seems like all NA books I read are way over the top, and while I really enjoy those a lot, this one seemed so realistic. There really is no other way to explain it. The characters were really well written and that last half of the book made me read even faster to see how it ended. The whole story itself made me not miss the sexual content that seems to be in every single book I read (but if we are all truthful here, that is why we read those books 🙂 ). The feelings that Mia and Dylan had for each other did not feel forced and he was not the alpha male we are all used to reading about, but even then it made him seem more realistic. Because in my experience I don’t see guys acting like all the alpha males we seem to read about 😉 . So for all those of you out there who want a different look to an NA book go read this one, trust me the romance, feelings and suspense will all be there for you to enjoy! And how can we pass up a chance of reading a book with a guy who has a southern drawl.
Thank you so much Melissa for sending me this book! I am looking forward to any future projects 🙂