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Reviewed by Jean Brickell for Readers' Favorite
"Rescue of the Heart" is a fascinating book about love, an airline crash, an island that appears deserted, a love sick husband that mourns the death of his wife, and also hopes against hope that she could still be alive. Joel Wilson has written a compelling book about a horrible plane crash at sea, killing all aboard, or does it? Jonas searches for his wife but still finds comfort for his sadness in the arms of another woman who resembles Stacy.
You will enjoy this love story about two people very much in love that are separated by a plane crash and supposedly by the death of the wife, Stacy. But Jonas misses her terribly and wants to think that there could be a chance that she is still alive. The author Joel Wilson has written "Rescue of the Heart" apparently to evoke a tear or two unless you are a stronger person than I am. The book is a very human story about people who find comfort in the arms of others, forgiveness and love. The book is also an adventure story of a very strong woman that fights for survival against great odds and finds the inter strength to win battles against the sea, the sharks, the cold, hunger and the ever present loneliness. This is a book that will hold your interest and leave you with a "feel good" feeling after reading it.