Amid the lush backdrop of the Liberian jungle lurk unseen dangers, always ready to torment and challenge its victims.
Determined pastor William Mayweather, still in grieving over the untimely death of his wife Alice, is taken back with the arrival of the new doctor. Fully expecting a man to emerge from the waiting vehicle he discovers it is not a man at all, but a woman, an outspoken Dr. Mary Ohara emerges greeting William.During their journey through the jungle, along with escorts, on the way to the village of Nynabo they encounter an native tribe. Mary soon realizes the dangers involved. After they reach Nynabo and access the situation they discover the need is greater than they had anticipated. In the wake of despair is it possible for William and Mary to put their differences aside and work together as a team?
I found in reading this book that the characters really seemed to "come alive" almost midway into the storyline. Character development was strong and at that point it became hard to put down and pushed my rating to a solid four! The language of the natives added to the charm of the dialogue. It is a romantic suspense novel that was entertaining. I found the overall message to be inspiring and I would recommend this book to others. Thanks to Goodreads and especially to the author who provided me this complimentary copy to read and review.