Critical Diagnosis

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 of army physician James O Reilly can save her As the would be CEO of his family s pharmaceutical company, James s secret dream is to reenlist But he can t leave Lily witHER 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 of army physician James O Reilly can save her As the would be CEO of his family s pharmaceutical company, 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.
Critical Diagnosis 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 trainin

  • Title: Critical Diagnosis
  • Author: AlisonStone
  • ISBN: 9780373446094
  • Page: 234
  • Format: Paperback
  • 1 thought on “Critical Diagnosis”

    1. This was a great mystery/suspense 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 culprit(s) were revealed. I was disappointed in the ending as the epilogue happening 9 [...]

    2. CRITICAL 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.

    3. After 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 [...]

    4. Critical 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 centers around researcher, Lily McAllister, and her quest to find a cure for an illness that has ravaged her mother's life and threatens the life of her young niece. When a dangerous man attempts to enter the clinic Lily works at, and attacks her in the process, Lily suddenly has a target on her back. Rescued from harm by her colleague, James O [...]

    5. I 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 sequence and I could even see the heir to the pharmaceutical company funding Lily McAllister's research as a likable love interest.However, the author turns quickly from streamlined action and suspense into some kitchen sink plotting which quickly turned the book cumbersome. Add into that the fact that I was abl [...]

    6. I've enjoyed reading all of Alison Stone's books, and Critical Diagnosis did not disappoint. Alison writes smart, witty, and interesting suspense. I really liked the pharmaceutical storyline which I thought provided a unique and fresh twist. I loved the hero James and really appreciated seeing such a smart and driven heroine like Lily. Alison put in enough twists and turns to keep you guessing right until the end. If you enjoy inspirational romantic suspense, then you should definitely read Alis [...]

    7. Generally a good read, but I didn't mind the Christian/faith references during the story as they were unobtrusive and were written in as part of the characters. The epilogue, though, pretty much beats you about the head with them almost like the editor said, hey we need more so we can classify this as a christian book

    8. Not one of my favorites in the Love Inspired Suspense books. Lily McAllister, a researcher, has dedicated her life to finding a cure for the disease that killed her mother and it now has her niece sick also. She works in a clinic with handsome Dr. James O'Reilly, and they have been friends forever, but now they are drawn together when Lilly's life is in danger.

    9. Not gonna lie, I couldn't finish this book. I skipped to the ending and found myself surprised that all of a sudden they were married with the granddaughter of their patient being raised as their own. Seems like they skipped a few steps. It had a good premise but ultimately dissatisfying execution.

    10. I liked this book. I usually don't read a lot of Harlequins but this is from the Love inspired suspense group. I liked the characters and the little mystery involved. It did seem to move slowly at first though.

    11. I enjoyed this book. It was light, engaging summer reading, sort of took me back to those feelings, romance, doubts, and questionings when I was in my 20s. I also liked the positive message about faith and how things worked out in the end.

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