David and Jonathan are paramedics that deal with life and death and the consequences of human choice. On Rescue 12, they respond to the tragic drug overdose of a group of teenagers at a high school party. One girl survives to tell what she witnessed in her near-death experience. This encounter results in the spiritual awakening of David and forces Jonathan to confront his own Christian faith which he abandoned when he came out as gay to his father.
What happens when the ambulance arrives? What happens when a patient dies? Why do so many things seem outside our human control? Why does God allow for sin, death, and suffering? What’s the point of trying? These questions are answered, the emergency rescue calls are shared, and the lives of the two paramedics are forever changed by the spiritual warfare that they encounter.
What reviewers are saying:
David and Jonathan are two amazing people. When they respond to party their lives will change. David is totally surprised when his patient talks to him. The things that happen to him after treating her will have you on the edge of your seat waiting to see what happens next.
In Rescue 12 Responding, Faye Hamilton rips through the curtain that separates the spiritual world from our own. In the same vein as classic Frank Peretti, readers see not only the classic battle of good and evil, but the sliding slope of Greed, Anxiety, Pride, and Compromise personified.
Eighty-year-old Jack Dozier stands barefoot on a chair with a rope around his neck when a call comes in from a woman claiming to be his granddaughter. Her mother, Helen Price, is searching for her biological father and thinks it might be Jack.
A physician diagnosed with a terminal illness, Helen is determined to spend whatever time she has left in the Outer Banks of North Carolina with her family. She also has a final wish, one that revolves around her lifelong love of antique carousels.
The short time Jack spends with Helen creates unexpected bonds and reveals haunting secrets that force Jack to rethink both his past and his future.
Set against the scenic backdrop of Hatteras and Ocracoke Island, with glimpses of war-torn South Korea, Sea Horses is a heartwarming story of redemption, faith, and those indelible family ties that bind us all.
What reviewers are saying:
Captivating, moving, dappled with humor, and beautifully written, Sea Horses is a must read! But WARNING, you may become attached to one (or all) characters and find yourself in North Carolina’s outer banks, wanting to ride Sea Horses just one more time! Can’t wait for Cheryll Snow’s next book!
This novel takes you through each day as if you were right there living this touching story. I didn’t want to put this book down! I made myself stop reading to savor the read, making the book last longer for my reading pleasure.