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FREE READ Critical Diagnosis 109 ð ❴Read❵ ➯ Critical Diagnosis Author Alison Stone – Citybells.co.uk HER PERSONAL PROTECTOR Researcher Dr Lily McAllister has dedicated her life to finding a cure for a family disease and now steps away from a promising new treatment Lily is attacked Only the training HER PERSONAL PROTECTOR ResearchRead Critical Diagnosis Author Alison Stone Citybells.co.uk HER PERSONAL PROTECTOR Researcher Dr Lily McAllister has dedicated her life to finding a cure for a family disease and now steps away from a promising new treatment Lily is attacked Only the training HER.

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Mpany James's secret dream is to reenlist But he can't leave Lily with a bull's eye on her back Nor can he stay and stop her from pursuing her goal No one can including the stalker who shadows her every move Still James has lost too many people he's loved—and this time he refuses to lose Lily.

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Critical DiagnosisPERSONAL PROTECTOR Researcher Dr Lily McAllister has dedicated her life to finding a cure for a family disease and now steps away from a promising new treatment Lily is attacked Only the training of army physician James O'Reilly can save her As the would be CEO of his family's pharmaceutical co.

FREE READ Critical Diagnosis 109 Alison Stone writes sweet romance cozy mysteries and inspirational romantic suspense some of which contain bonnets and buggiesAlison often refers to herself as the accidental Amish author She decided to try her hand at the genre after an editor put a call out for Amish romantic suspense Intrigued—and who doesn't love the movie Witness with Harrison Ford—Alison dug into research incl.

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  • Angie Thompson

    FREE READ Critical Diagnosis 109 Critical DiagnosisFor some reason this one just didn't grab me I didn't get uite the right impression of it from the summary so I was expecting a bit of a different story The style was a bit hard for me to get into and I found some of the characters' changes and motivations a little hard to understand Also everythi


  • Dawn Leonard

    FREE READ Critical Diagnosis 109 Critical DiagnosisThis was a great mysterysuspense book Pharmaceutical researcher Lily is working at a low income clinic when she is attacked James an Army doctor saves her but she continues to be stalked James struggles to protect Lily while trying to convince his family that he wants to re enlist not become CEO of the pharmaceutical company I identified several suspects as I couldn't put the book down until the actual culprits were revealed I was disappointed in the ending as the epi


  • Ruth

    FREE READ Critical Diagnosis 109 Critical DiagnosisCRITICAL DIAGNOSIS by Alison Stone has characters that are very interesting however I thought the pacing moved along rather slowly at first but smoothly yet the great story line kept me wanting to find out what would happen next so I kept reading The villain was a surprise BUT the ending was a wonderful and sweet love story filled with love faith hope inspiration and courage I highly recommend this book to anyone liking good clean inspiring suspense novels


  • LA

    FREE READ Critical Diagnosis 109 Critical DiagnosisThe race is on to find a cure for a family disease that has claimed the life of researcher Lily McAllister and the disease that is currently infecting her young niece Someone is after Lily or appears to be; someone who wants her researchDr James O’Reilly is the heir to the pharmaceutical company where Lily works and whose family took her in after her mother their housekeeper passed away from the disease Lily is working to find the cure for James is obviously struck by her right from the get go Romance didn’t play a huge role – it was about Lily being stalked while trying to find the cureThis is a Harleuin romantic suspense novel in Harleuin’s faith based fiction line It’s not heavy on the romance or on the faith aspect Both Lily and James have faith – James’ parents were missionaries who were killed in a plane crash and Lily strayed from her faith They both resolve their “faith issues” at the endThere i


  • Louise Pledge

    FREE READ Critical Diagnosis 109 Critical DiagnosisSuspensemystery is my favorite genre but when it also includes medical or pharmaceutical talk I'm in my glory And if it's Love Inspired there's a bonus point b


  • Stephanie

    FREE READ Critical Diagnosis 109 Critical DiagnosisReally enjoyed this light love suspense story Lily and James were great characters to follow and would recommend this book


  • Juliewheatcox.Net

    FREE READ Critical Diagnosis 109 Critical DiagnosisSorry I didn’t get the review written in time so I’ve forgotten the good bad points about this book The characters were written well


  • Alexa Verde

    FREE READ Critical Diagnosis 109 Critical DiagnosisAfter reading Plain Pursuit by Alison Stone I couldn't wait for the next Love Inspired Suspense story by this author I enjoyed reading her first LIS but Critical Diagnosis was even better The suspense in the book made me turning pages but it's Ms Stone's wonderful writing style and a great sense of humor that made this book a stand out for me The vivid interaction between the main characters was so much fun to read and their courage in the face of difficult and painful circumstances made it easy to root for themDr Lily McAllist


  • Belle Calhoune

    FREE READ Critical Diagnosis 109 Critical DiagnosisCritical Diagnosis by Alison Stone is a suspenseful terrific read Although I consider it a great beach read it's perfect for all year round The story cen


  • Lynn Spencer

    FREE READ Critical Diagnosis 109 Critical DiagnosisI just could not get into this book The premise a medical researcher being stalked for reasons at least initially unknown caught my eye The book did start off with an engaging action seuence and I could even see the heir to the pharmaceutical company funding Lily McAllister's research as a likable love interestHowever the author turns uickly from streamlined action and suspense into some kitchen sink plotting which uickly turned the book cumbersome Add into that the fact that I was able to guess the villain before I was even one third of my way through the book and I decided to call it uits