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Situation Critical

Situation Critical

Amanda Knight

Situation Critical by Amanda   Knight

Reviewed by Helen

MS Knight has nailed this story, her debut and it’s a beauty, fast paced great setting military hero and a strong and caring Doctor heroine. I fell into this one from the first page and didn’t want to put it down, there are so many emotions they will make you cry and smile so make yourself comfortable and sit back and enjoy.

Dr Beth Harper has lost her fiancé and is determined to carry on and do what has to be done for the heroes in Afghanistan, but when a very badly injured solder is bought in with little to no information Beth is drawn to him in so many ways she knows already that Sergeant Nate Calloway is strong and determined as he ensures however he can that he gets back out there to find his missing men and his beloved dog, so Beth goes with him to ensure he survives and this start a journey that has many ups and downs and lots of danger.

Nate Calloway has little memory of what has happened to him his men and his dog but he knows he must get back out there and find them and also find out what happened, he is drawn to this strong beautiful Doctor who has done so much for him but he does everything he can to try and stop her from coming he must keep her safe at all costs. Nate has a bad feeling about this rescue mission there seems to be a lot going on.

Truly the characters good and bad, terribly bad people in high places in this one come to life on the pages there are traitors deceit and so much danger the risk of Nate and Beth not making it is strong so they give into their feelings for one very sensual night and then all just about blows up. I can’t highly recommend this one enough I loved Nate what a hero and Beth just beautifully strong oh and the ending gorgeous, do make sure you have some tissues handy though you are going to need them way to go MS Knight a fabulous debut.


5/5 stars for a fabulous story

Published April 5th 2017 by Escape Publishing