By Samanthe Beck
Madison Foley is determined to stand on her own two feet, no matter how wobbly her circumstances. Fate, however, keeps throwing her off balance, and then sending heroically hot paramedic Hunter Knox to save her.
She’s put men on the back burner until she gets her life on track.
But Hunter’s got other plans.
Hunter and Madison meet in a fairly unconventional way when Hunter is called in to deliver Madison’s baby on the side of a busy road. Feeling a connection he doesn’t understand, he visits her the next day to find out she’s already been discharged. A month later, he finds out from another paramedic that she’s been re-admitted to hospital after collapsing in public. When he discovers the full extent of her situation, he offers up his home as a way to help her out.
I adored Hunter and thought he was an absolute sweetheart. His friends and co-workers know he’s a great guy but they also think he has a hero complex. I don’t think it’s a hero complex, rather that he’s a good guy who wants to help those who need it. As a paramedic with dreams of becoming a doctor, fixing things to make lives better is simply who he is. The only time I wasn’t sold on him was when he planned to propose to Madison when he hadn’t yet told her how he felt about her. Madison is a nice, young woman who hasn’t had the best start in life. Her ex-boyfriend is a total loser that she can’t seem to shake no matter where she goes. She wants to prove to herself and her daughter that she can provide them with everything they need, and while that’s admirable, it’s that need for independence that got to me at times. Hunter is an amazing guy, so it annoyed me that she kept trying to push him away for their own good.
EMERGENCY DELIVERY is told in dual POVs and while it’s part of a series, it can be read as a stand-alone. It was an easy and romantic read with a little action thrown in. I liked Hunter and Madison as a couple and I thought the ending was sweet and perfect.
Emergency Delivery (Love Emergency # 2)
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