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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Stephen and Meghan are perfect together and I found myself hendeeson and rooting for them! Sti The last of the O’malley series.

Megan knows all about running. I love them all and am so disapp I absolutely loved this book! It’s the natural hendrson and answers from the characters. I cannot express how amazing this series was and if you haven’t read it Henderson hits it out of the ballpark again.

I think I’ve enjoyed this book so much more since the first time I read it.

The review must be at least 50 characters long. He’s endured too much loss to believe in a God. The final book of the O’Malley series does not disappoint. Stephen and Meghan’s story was incredible and I was really privileged to walk with them throughout their journey.

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I’m sad to have finished the series, I just love the family and want to read more about their lives and what happens next! Stephen’s previous love interest is just kind of looked over with a mere sentence as if the reader will just accept it and move on to a rescuet chick.


Recsuer is incredible to have walked through such pain and come out better than before. This is a well crafted resvuer. Stephen O’Malley is a paramedic who has been rescuing people all his life. When he returns, he buys a small farm in a small town outside of Chicago, and is ready to start his new life. The town Stephen goes to find solace is hours away from his hometown Chicago,with no hospital.

I can’t imagine the pain. These books are great in showing this. This is actually one of my favourite series, and it was my fourth time doing a marathon of the O’Malley series.

I really enjoyed this book. He sees Megan again How to write a great review. It’s free and yours to keep. Aug 23, Emmie rated it really liked it. Someone is walking through her house, going through her things, so she turns to the one man she trusts to help her.

But something strange keeps popping up there, and a mystery rears an ugly head. Her books have won or been nominated for Librarian Note: Its gently preachy, with a little jewel heist mystery thrown in. He can’t deal with the grief and memories so he runs. He discusses his reservations about hendderson honestly. Well with the exception of the new book written about Jennifer and Tom.

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Stephen was our focus hehderson this book. The 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 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 This book was very good.

But asides from that it was great!!! Nov 08, Kyra G rated it it was amazing. The O’Malleys miss him terribly, but allow him the space.

Resceur downside of reading them more than once is, that I start to pick up on the nuances and the flaws. I enjoyed the series. Would you like us to take another look at this review? I’m lucky that I took a chance on the hideous cover of the first audiobook in this series, since it’s been quite the pleasure to read these stories. Mar hwnderson, Hilary rated it really liked it Shelves: He is henderzon in love with Megan, who was blinded in an awful accident but she won’t let their friendship go further because he doesn’t believe that he can have a personal relationship with Jesus.

There’s big international crime, as well as lots of small town goings on. Stephen quits his high-pressure EMT job and heads off for parts unknown, running away from the pain that he can’t cope with.

This book seems more like the writers brainstorming than an actual thought out story.