PROJECT PROMETHEUS 2: HOPE OF HEAVEN
February 22, 2008
Aspen Mountain Press
Rating: 4 Cups
Peter Talladay finds himself back in Ireland while recovering from wounds he received in the Middle East. He never knew a beautiful woman would be sent to offer him assistance.
Dr. Hope MacKenzie tries to avoid men at any costs. When her good friend, Manara calls for help, Hope heads to Ireland to offer assistance and heal a wounded heart.
Peter never wanted to be in Ireland again until his death. When it appears he is not getting the proper treatment, Hope is summoned to Ireland to offer assistance. Hope became a doctor when she could no longer tolerate human suffering. She trained under Manara’s mother, learning about the healing of bodies and the healing of shattered souls. Unable to help her own troubled soul, she hopes to help Peter. After seeing him in a wheelchair, his physique is not one of a man in a weakened state. She wonders can she treat a man who terrifies her, yet stimulates her in an unexplainable way. Peter does not believe she is adequate to care for him. Hope plans to show him differently. With the stakes rising, they must surpass their fear and anger to get past any difficulties they must face.
Project Prometheus is a story of hope, love, trust and compassion. Peter and Hope are characters with similar issues but at a stand still almost in their lives. I love their communication to each other. Peter’s voice practically booms off the pages sending off a dialect that is quite sexy. Esther Mitchell spins a tale weaving in romance while the characters struggle against odds but continue to endure until the end. I love how she makes Hope a strong doctor yet struggles with her own problems hard to conquer. She pens believable players and a fantastic adventure story.
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