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I think this is my least favorite of the Dark-Hunter books. I just didn't care for Danger or Alexion. The previous reviewer is right, the demons are really adorable. Just like all the other Dark-Hunter novels, this book isn't just about the two main characters. Sherrilyn gives you tid-bits about Ash. . .SPOILERIf I remember correctly, it's in this book that you learn about Ash's tattoo, but I could be wrong.

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Dr. David Levy started out a mechanic. He was used to getting his hands in the middle of complex machinery, so he decided to to try the mechanics of gray matter. He found out he was rather talented and gifted as a neurosurgeon, but he wondered if he could be even better if he offered spiritual care along with physical care. This book shares his trials and triumphs personally and professionally as he offered prayer to patients, guidance for those who needed to forgive(if they allowed him to)and the outcomes emotionally, spiritually, and physically to the patients, their families, and himself. I love when he explained the procedures, he did it in a way that was understandable to people who have no idea about neurosurgery. I found it fascinating, inspiring, and touching. If ever I need a neurosurgeon, I'm flying out to California! Right now, this book is FREE on kindle. Tyndale House Publishers provided me with a complimentary copy of this book.

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I lived in an Islamic country for two years, but this book completely changed my understanding of what it means to be Muslim. It answered the questions that I couldn't have asked.