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  1. says:

    About this book “EVERYONE'S AT RISK There's a murderer in the hospital and nurse Tara Peterson is determined to prove it With mysterious deaths in the cancer ward anyone could be next But no one wants to believe herexcept for undercover agent Zach Davis The murderer wants Tara's suspicions silenced permanently To protect Tara Zach lets her in on his secret and unwittingly into his heart Tara and her three year old daughter are like the family he lost years before Zach will risk everything to keep them safe no matter the cost Undercover Cops Fighting for justice puts their lives and hearts on the line”Series Book #3 in the “Undercover Cops” series Reviews of Book #1 Here and #2 Here Spiritual Content Proverbs 418 at the beginning; A couple Scriptures are mentioned; Prayers; Talks about God trusting Him prayers; ‘H’s are capital when referring to God; Tara gets mad at God is a bit skeptic; Mentions of God; Mentions of prayers; Mentions of Bible picture books Bible reading; Mentions of faiths believers; Mentions of Heaven; A few mentions of church going Sunday School; A few mentions of miracles; A couple mentions of blessings; A couple mentions of a pastor; Note A talk with some who believes you have to look out for yourself; A mention of the stone age Negative Content Minor cussing including a form of ‘idiot’ and five ‘stupid’s; Many mentions of murders suspicion deaths the killer injuries bloodbleeding up to semi detailed; Mentions of deaths pain illnesses up to semi detailed; Mentions of screams gunfire a drive by shooting shooters being shot pain injuries blood up to semi detailed; Mentions of drugs drug addicts drug dealers drug rings gangs injections fighting up to semi detailed; Mentions of threats blackmail; Mentions of poison carbon monoxide symptoms throwing up; Mentions of Tara’s ex husband who walked out on them the divorce; Mentions of gossip; A few mentions of jail; A few mentions of robberies break ins; A few mentions of lies; A couple mentions of jealousy; A couple mentions of a dying raccoonSexual Content a thumbs to lips touch a head kiss a barely above not detailed kiss a semi detailed kiss and boarder line semi detailed detailed kiss; Remembering touches kisses up to semi detailed; Touches Embraces Flutters up to semi detailed; Noticing Nearness Smelling; a ‘hunky’; Mentions of longing wanting ; Mentions of winks blushes flirting flutters; A few mentions of dates dating; Love falling in love the emotions; Note Mentions of helping with a delivery a stillborn baby; A mention of an infertile wife Tara Peterson Zach Davis POV switches between them 216 pagesPre Teens One StarNew Teens One StarEarly High School Teens Two Stars Older High School Teens Three Stars My personal Rating Three Stars and a halfAdd ½ star for those interested in a law enforcement or medical careerThis series hasn’t been my favorite by this talented author I did enjoy these books I think I wasn’t a big fan compared to her Revell book because I just couldn’t connect to the main couples I found all the medical parts interesting but it didn’t hold my attention like other Sandra Orchard books ;Link to review BFCG may Read the review to see recommend this book by this author It does not mean I recommend all the books by this author


  2. says:

    This is Sandra Orchard’s third novel in her Undercover Cops series and I when I saw the cover a little bit of the peace that autumn offers descended upon me like the fluttering leaves themselves But I will say peace was not the feeling I received while reading it—at least not at firstSandra packs every page with twists and turns emotional highsand highs and a story that euated to a medical thriller romance that felt like The Fugitive meets luuve Best of both worlds in my romantic opinionBut I also can’t forget the inspirational arc Sandra wove into the story so beautifully touching on the many battles cancer patients and their loved ones face dailyand how many turn away from God instead of to Him We live in a world where we have so much hurt and pain to deal with and blaming God will not bring us healing And it will not bring the blessings that God has for us eitherGod loves blessing us Jeremiah 2911 proves this “For I know the plans I have for you” declares the LORD “plans to prosper you and not to harm you plans to give you hope and a future” Now THAT’S a blessing I don’t want to miss And thank you Sandra Orchard for allowing God to bless you in your writing so that you can pass His blessing onto others who don’t want to miss it either


  3. says:

    All genres are somewhat formulaic but this one was written with a template In addition it was not well written one example among many toward the end of the book the female protagonist is returning to wrk and is to put her daughter in the work provided day care She and the male protagonist show up at her work but there is no child A few pages later it was as if the author realized the child was necessary for the plot and inserted that the female protagonist had arranged for her sister to bring the child though there was no real reason given for this Sloppy writing and are there no editors? With everything the male protagonist does it is hard to believe anyone would take him seriously in his undercover identity Finally the female protagonist a highly educated person is generally though not always portrayed as an ineffectual weepy person who must be rescued by the big strong man I have read many many books in this genre and this is just not necessary


  4. says:

    Tara Zach and even Suzie were such inspirational characters I was totally clueless as to who the bad guy was and I'm still wandering why Alice poisoned Tara's lunch Great read and wonderful author


  5. says:

    Tension increases for MC as both home and work settings Canadian are compromised Loyalties are confused as the stress mounts creating ground for too many bad decisions A bit too much for an enjoyable read for me though this Canadian author's cozy mystery series is a definite fav


  6. says:

    Dumb


  7. says:

    Review on on my blog to be posted 106 Condition is the third book in Sandra Orchard's Undercover Cops series and a great addition Having read the first two books prior to this one I can say that I am loving this series and hope it doesn't end with this book One thing I particularly like besides the fact that the cops are undercover is that some of the previous characters appear in this book I love thatThe suspense in Critical Condition was great and I could not decide who I thought the killerbad guy was because there were too many people it could have been The story was really interesting and I liked the main characters a lot it was easy to get attached to both Zach and TaraThere was some romance in Critical Condition too so that made the story all the great to read While I loved the first two books in this series I think this one may be my favorite but only slightly since they have all been great I don't think you'd have to read the first two books to enjoy Critical Condition I recommend this book if you enjoy suspenseful stories with some romanceI received a complimentary copy of this book from the author for my review I was not reuired to give a positive review only my honest opinion which I've done All thoughts and opinions expressed are my own


  8. says:

    In her book Critical Condition Sandra Orchard captures the essence of a tender heart longing to love again While trying to unravel the sinister schemes of two tragic hospital murders undercover cop Zach and nurse Tara secretly find themselves caught between waves of romantic tension fear and uestions about who can be trusted With a gift for pacing Orchard kept me engaged and curious from front to back The relationship between Zach and Tara’s toddler daughter was so endearing I often forgot the story wasn’t real Critical Condition is a story that proves God redeems broken hearts


  9. says:

    #3 Undercover CopsA great finish to the series#1 #2


  10. says:

    This is the first Sandra Orchard book I read The storyline was a great suspense romance I loved Tara Zach as a couple I loved Tara's daughter she is so cute adorable That is so evil to kill off patients in the hospital the killer got what they deserved I would definitely read book by Ms Orchard great job


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Critical Condition EVERYONE'S AT RISK There's a murderer in the hospital and nurse Tara Peterson is determined to prove it With mysterious deaths in the cancer ward anyone could be next But no one wants to believe herexcept for undercover agent Zach Davis The murderer wants Tara's suspicions silenced permanently To protect Tara Zach lets her in on his secret and unwittingly into his heart Tara and her three year old daughter are like the family he lost years before Zach will risk everything to keep them safe no matter the cost Undercover Cops Fighting for justice puts their lives and hearts on the line

  • Paperback
  • 224 pages
  • Critical Condition
  • Sandra Orchard
  • English
  • 04 March 2016
  • 9780373445110