So Disaster Status when i first looked at the title i thought it was about something like a building being blown up or like some massive natural disaster. but i also didn’t really know who Candace Calvert was at all or the fact that this was a second book in a series.
honestly i wouldn’t have been able to tell that there was a back story on this at all. it was written so well that you couldn’t tell at all that there was one before it. which is good for me since i really hate reading books out of order. but then again i didn’t know this was a second book in the series until just now when i was going to write this review. haha shows how much i know right?!
i digress, so this is a fiction book published by Tyndale. and it is about a disaster, Erin one of the main characters works at the hospital and then Scott the fireman is put on the disaster team. at first they butt heads, but later on in the span of a few days they go through so much and well lets just say they do not butt heads any longer! its such a nice story. i thought it was a little slow at first but then just when i was about to stop reading it got really exciting so I’m glad i didn’t stop. down below is the book description i hope you will check it out!.
Charge nurse Erin Quinn escaped personal turmoil to work on the peaceful California coast. But when a hazardous material spill places Pacific Mercy Hospital on disaster status and stresses staff, she’s put to the test. And thrown into conflict with the fire department’s handsome incident commander, who thinks her strategy is out of line.
Fire Captain Scott McKenna has felt the toxic effects of tragedy; he’s learned to go strictly by the book to advance his career, heal his family, and protect his wounded heart. When he’s forced to team with the passionately determined ER charge nurse, sparks fly. As they work to save lives, can they handle the attraction kindled between them . . . without getting burned?
if you’d like to purchase this book you can check it out here on amazon
i was provided with this book free of charge by Tyndale publishers in exchange for this review. these thoughts are my own and i was not compensated in any way.