Maybe lust can become love.
Paramedic Jamie Llewelyn moves to Ellery to start a new life away from the City. Attached to the hospital and working for his friend Liam Wolfe he’s happy—even if he has to keep coming up with excuses to miss the Friday meetups. He had peace and he could finally make a difference in a community that needed him.
When he and Max rescue John Doe from a crashed car balanced on the edge of a ravine Jamie didn’t know but his life would never be the same again. John opens his startlingly violet eyes and suddenly Jamie is falling hard. If only John didn’t have a gun and could remember why he’d shot the passenger in the car.
Point of view:
3rd person. Alternating by chapter between Jamie & Ian’s perspectives.
Note: I read through this series during a time I was incredibly ill. Unfortunately my reviews are quite lacking. Please do not view this as an indicator that I didn’t enjoy the books or would hesitate to recommend them. I truly enjoyed the entire series and consistently appreciate Scott’s writing.
Solid suspense/mystery start – but then it fell a little rushed/flat after that.
I know these are quick/easy reads, but moving in & in love in 3 weeks … instalove isn’t really my thing. I felt Scott had too many things going without wrapping them up well. Though I did enjoy Jamie & Ian as characters.
I noticed it a little the previous books – but this had many British spellings & colloquialisms which pulled me out of the Tennessee setting. Additionally Scott used Zach as the name for an ex in book 1 and again in this book. There’s a tertiary character in the last book and this one named Adam.
That said, I’m excited for Avery’s book, The Barman and the SEAL.
About the author:
RJ is the author of the over one hundred novels and discovered romance in books at a very young age. She realized that if there wasn’t romance on the page, she could create it in her head, and is a lifelong writer.
She lives and works out of her home in the beautiful English countryside, spends her spare time reading, watching films, and enjoying time with her family.
The last time she had a week’s break from writing she didn’t like it one little bit and has yet to meet a bottle of wine she couldn’t defeat.
You can connect with RJ Scott here:
My Favorite Quotes
What had happened that morning had brought back too many memories for him to contend with. – The Paramedic and the Writer by @Rjscott_author #SmallTown #Romance #ElleryMountain #MMTweet
I’m so glad you aren’t in a ménage relationship with my sister. – The Paramedic and the Writer by @Rjscott_author #SmallTown #Romance #ElleryMountain #MMTweet
Suddenly all thoughts of speaking were pushed from Ian’s head. – The Paramedic and the Writer by @Rjscott_author #SmallTown #Romance #ElleryMountain #MMTweet