About Stories from Hope Haven
The people of Hope Haven Hospital provide health-care support the way it is meant to be: top-botch, kind, loving, and complemented by friendship and God’s fellowship. Come live, love, pray, and hope with these amazing nurses as they face life-and-death challenges and stand in wonderment at the healing power of God’s grace.Book Description
Chasing the Wind – Book 2
When Dr. Drew Hamilton, the beloved surgeon who saved Anabelle Scott’s daughter’s life more than ten years ago, has a heart attack, much of the staff at Hope Haven Hospital is visibly shaken. But he is so stubbornly assured of his own prognosis and eager to get back to work that he pushes himself too hard. Can Anabelle convince the good doctor to rest long enough to recover? Is there a way to show him how much his health means to those he’s saved?
As Anabelle organizes a Parade of Patients for Dr. Hamilton, Candace Crenshaw’s mother encourages Candace to join a support group to cope with her longstanding grief over the death of her husband. Elena Rodriguez receives a surprise phone call from Sarah, her granddaughter’s mother, who hasn’t been heard from since the birth of Isabel, while James Bell works to ease the tension at home over his fifteen-year-old son’s desire to join the military.
Meanwhile, a terrible storm hits Deerford, causing accidents all over town. As throngs of injured people arrive at the hospital, the staff hustles to help as many as they can while a few critical patients teeter on the edge. A snap decision by Dr. Weller causes a major logistical problem that leaves many without beds. Can the nurses work together in time to saves lives?About the Author
Patricia H. Rushford has written numerous articles and authored more than forty-eight books, including What Kids Need most in a Mom, Have you Hugged Your Teenager Today? and It Shouldn’t Hurt to Be a Kid. She also has written a number of mystery series: Helen Bradley Mysteries, Angel Delaney Mysteries, McAllister Files and Jennie McGrady Mysteries. Patricia’s latest releases include The Max & Me Mysteries for children and Mystery and the Minister’s Wife: Strangers in Their Midst published by Guideposts Books. One of her mysteries, Silent Witness, was nominated for an Edgar Mystery Writers of America and won the Silver Angel for excellence in media. Patricia has a nursing degree and holds a master’s degree in counseling. In addition, she conducts writers workshops for adults and children, has appeared on numerous radio and TV talk shows, and directs the Oregon Christian Writers Conference. Visit her at www.patriciarushford.com.Book Details
Author: Patricia H. Rushford
Page Count: 252 pages