These books are great in a lot of different ways. And one of them is that the loving descriptions of injuries and their mending feel downright whumpy. Like, those are just small parts of the story, but done very well. And you can just count on someone getting injured. (We haven't read the third book yet so no idea if that continues there.)
So it's been a while since I read this but I really loved it from a hurt/comfort perspective. It's a apphic romance novel, but also a cliché h/c fantasy. With like, falling in the woods, being rescued by a ranger, all that. I don't want to go into details that I don't properly remember, but like, this was good.