A Spirit Without Borders

A Spirit Without Borders Dillon McDowell an infectious disease specialist jumps at the opportunity to work with Doctors Without Borders in Liberia But when he arrives things are very different than he expected and he s ou

  • Title: A Spirit Without Borders
  • Author: AndrewGrey
  • ISBN: 9781634762281
  • Page: 392
  • Format: ebook
  • Dillon McDowell, an infectious disease specialist, jumps at the opportunity to work with Doctors Without Borders in Liberia But when he arrives, things are very different than he expected, and he s out of his depth Will Scarlet takes him under his wing and helps him adjust A hint of normalcy comes when a group of local boys invite Dillon to play soccer.Will s family rejDillon McDowell, an infectious disease specialist, jumps at the opportunity to work with Doctors Without Borders in Liberia But when he arrives, things are very different than he expected, and he s out of his depth Will Scarlet takes him under his wing and helps him adjust A hint of normalcy comes when a group of local boys invite Dillon to play soccer.Will s family rejected him for being gay, and he s closed off his heart Even though meeting Dillon opens him to the possibility of love, he s wary They come from different worlds, and Will plans to volunteer for another stint overseas But Will realizes what Dillon means to him when Dillon becomes ill, and they can no longer deny their feelings.When Dillon s soccer friends lose their parents and aunt to disease, Will and Dillon must work together to ensure that the boys aren t cast adrift in a society that s afraid they might be contagious They must also decide if their feelings are real or just the result of proximity and hardship Sequel to A Heart Without Borders

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    1 thought on “A Spirit Without Borders”

    1. Not a bad story. It's not a tear jerker imo but it did have a few moments of sadness. The story showed the struggles the volunteer doctors are going through in Africa to contain a horrific disease and how love finds a way.

    2. Two very different men—both doctors, but with an almost diametrically opposed approach to medicine and their jobs— are at the heat of this amazing love story set in one of the most disease-ridden areas of the world. Their relationship begins as a purely professional encounter, and their common interest of healing people seems to be the only thing they have in common. Their methods, priorities, and ways of thinking may differ, but as the weeks pass, they begin to go beyond the surface and dis [...]

    3. Andrew has done it again with this brilliant work of 'A Spirit Without Borders'. The story line is strong, gripping, and emotional. The characters are well developed and you can't help but fall in love with them. Dillon and Will are two doctors that come together in Liberia to help fight Ebola in the roughest of conditions. Both men come from different backgrounds in the states, but are similar in many ways. Their attraction for one another is unmistakable, but it takes them a while to act on it [...]

    4. meh. I never connected with the 2 as a couple. writing felt stiff. and there were mother issues. maybe I'm sensitive because I m one.

    5. 4 Heart Review by VickiThis story is about contrasts for me. The contrasts between the lives of Dillon and Will as far as their family backgrounds and financial backgrounds. The contrast between Dillon’s perfect life at home and his temporary life in Liberia. Then the contrast between the lives of the people Dillon and Will are there to help, and the lives of the average American.Dillon is the son of a wealthy family, it seems he has everything he needs. Two parents, a great education, and a j [...]

    6. Dillon McDowell is an excellent physician with a great bedside manner. The problem is his stern and sometimes cold attitude towards his co-workers. A trip to Liberia with Doctor's without Border's will not only teach him humility and compassion, it will change his outlook on life drastically. Born to a wealthy and affluent family, Dillon has never wanted for any materialistic things, so it's quite the culture shock to see the way the people of this country are forced to live.Will Scarlet has bee [...]

    7. A Spirit without Borders became one of my favorite Andrew Grey books. He always seems to deal with real life issues or problems that people could have in real life then finding the perfect way to deal with them. The way they are written puts me in the book whether I feel as if I am part of the main character or just watching from above as everything is happening. I absolutely love his writing and how he handles all these issues. He also has great characters who support the story. Dillon who is e [...]

    8. Doctors are expected to have a good bedside manner. Some do this better than others, but in any case, that compassion and consideration is supposed to extend to their colleagues. Dillon McDowell has excellent skills as an infectious disease specialist. When he takes charge of a patient he is usually able to have a good outcome for the patient while he unfortunately shreds the self-esteem and confidence of the referring doctor. His associates at the hospital have had about enough and complaints h [...]

    9. Tough Stuff, Tough LoveThis one is another tour-de-force by Andrew Grey, who manages to bring to life all the deadly complications of the Ebola crisis and the latent hunger for love of two very ordinary, but singularly insulated, doctors who are helping the people of Liberia cope with the disaster.Visiting doctor Dillon McDowell and resident Doctors Without Borders chief Will Scarlet ("please, no remarks about the name," he says to Dillon when they are introduced) are perfectly pictured on the c [...]

    10. As all go Mr Grey's books I fell in love with this one it can be read as a stand alone though as a huge Mr Grey fan I did reread A Heart without Borders, I love his books and can't wait for sequels. I did learn about Ebola and its transmission. And how Doctors Without Borders go to infected communities and do good The doctors we meet are Dillon Mc Dowell a man from a privileged upbringing he meets Dr Will, a Dr. who has been on several African assignments he actually contracted Ebola. I learned [...]

    11. Nobody writes like Andrew Grey. I pick up one of his books and start reading, and I can't put it down. This one definitely was one of those books. I really enjoyed this book. Dillon was very arrogant but a very good infectious disease doctor. Will was always working for Doctors without Borders and traveling a lot. The two of them were perfect for each other I thought. The relationship worked for me. They were both trying so hard to make a difference in the world. My heart just broke for the thre [...]

    12. FiveStarsNobody writes like Andrew Grey. I pick up one of his books and start reading, and I can't put it down. This one definitely was one of those books. I really enjoyed this book.Dillon was very arrogant but a very good infectious disease doctor. Will was always working for Doctors without Borders and traveling a lot. The two of them were perfect for each other I thought. The relationship worked for me. They were both trying so hard to make a difference in the world. My heart just broke for [...]

    13. One more beautiful story by Andrew Grey for we: how can ever be possible, every his story is different but always significant . I liked Dillon and Will and the attachment and dedication at their job, the sweetness in their personality. I appreciated the accuracy to describe of ebola disease and environment in Liberia. And finally, I loved the sentiment of contentment and joy that always the books by Mr Gray give me .

    14. I LOVE these types of stories - where the MC's are doing something really worthwhile, while being hot and sexy at the same time!!There is a "Without Borders" sequel but they are actually stand-alone. Each book does not even mention the characters from the other story.

    15. Aww I loved this book. Lots of emotions. I really enjoyed the development between D and his parents. The connection that formed between the boys and the doctors was also great to read. Very good story, definitely recommend.

    16. So sweetOnce again Andrew blows me away. This is such a great read. Shows that love can over come all things.

    17. Another awesome book by Andrew Grey. Great story, wonderfull setting, awesome characters, inspired dialogue. This book has it all. 6 stars.

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