Fire fighter Scott McKenna, bolts through the ER doors of Pacific Mercy Hospital carrying a small child having seizures, followed shortly by farm trucks filled with many sick people . ER doctor and staff are soon dealing with possible hazardous material contaminating the local water supply caused by a plane carrying pesticides crashing into a building which contained chemicals which, when mixed, become very toxic.
McKenna, who, because of a family tragedy, which he feels he should have been able to prevent, is a by the book only guy. Nurse Erin Quinn seems to set him on edge, when she shows up without a name badge, her refuses her help.
Well written, and I'm always happy to see that characters other than the hero and heroine are not just stick figures, but are a real part of the story.
I was provided with a free copy of this book by Tyndale Publishers to read and review. No other compensation was given. The opinions expressed here are my own.