Award-winning Publishers Weekly Best-selling Author

Amish Christmas Emergency
By Dana R. Lynn
Alexa Grant has fled to LaMar Pond, Pennsylvania in an attempt to flee her stalker and start a new life without her deceased fiancée. However, things in the medical clinic she’s now working at do not go as planned when a patient is shot trying to enter. Then, the unthinkable happens. People she knows are being targeted and she’s now on the run from the stalker.

Police officer, Gavin Jackson, is called to the scene of the medical clinic shooting only to discover the beautiful nurse is receiving gifts and threats from an unknown assailant. Her life and everyone close to her are in danger. He is tasked with keeping her safe while trying to solve the case.

Alexa and Gavin are thrust together and must get to the bottom of this mystery with Christmas fast approaching. Will they acknowledge their feelings for each other and stop the stalker before more lives are lost?

Dana R. Lynn has done it again! She’s woven a suspenseful tale that keeps the reader turning the pages into the wee hours of the night. I loved this story and the Christmas timeline. It added an urgency to it. The plot is well crafted and wraps up nicely at the end. The twists and turns were effective.

The characters were well-rounded and likeable.  Loved Gavin’s protection of his “Lexie” and even though Alexa was under attack, she remained resolved in finding the suspect. She didn’t want the LaMar residents to be in danger because of her.

The emotion and sensory details in this novel are amazing. I could picture the snow and icy roads as they swerved through the streets of this small town.

I enjoy reading this author’s books and can’t wait for more!

I give Amish Christmas Emergency five Christmas ornaments. It’s one mystery you’ll want to dive into beside a cozy fire!

**I was given a complimentary copy of this book by the author in exchange for my honest review.


  1. Loretta Eidson

    Sounds intriguing! Can’t wait to read it!


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