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Friday, July 19, 2019

Redeeming the Badge

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Title: Redeeming the Badge
Series: Arizona K9#2
Author: Dorothy F.Shaw
Page: 226


In high school, she was the girl most likely to live happily ever after—rich, popular, beautiful…and maybe just a little mean. But Heather Winters’ dreams of marriage and motherhood haven’t worked out as she hoped. Now she’s back in Arizona, trying to reinvent herself. She knows what she doesn’t want: a serious relationship. She doesn’t remember Robert Caldwell from high school, but the good-looking K-9 officer is everything she’s looking for in a short-term fling.

A routine traffic stop brings Rob face to face with the girl who fueled his teenage fantasies—and she’s even more ravishing than ever. The former homecoming queen didn’t know he was alive back then. Now she’s changed—and she’s hurting. Despite how great they are together in bed, Heather isn’t letting him anywhere near her heart. But he’s got a plan—and with a little help from his canine partner, Tricks, he’ll show Heather that together, they have all the happiness they’ll ever need…

My  thoughts
Would I recommend it?Yes
Would I read more by this author?maybe
This one took me a little while to get into even though I liked the characters , the main thing was I couldn't understand what the main character Heather was going , but I did fell in love with the male main character Rob and his beloved K9 partner Tricks, especially Tricks because I know and understand how smart his breed is in fact his breed is one of my favorite dogs to have as a pet, I loved how Rob and Tricks worked together and how they both won Heather over and showed her that no matter what they loved her and wanted her , this story does hit hard on some of the things that Heather went there and on some hard topics that needs to be talked about , but over all I enjoyed the story .with that said I want to thank Netgalley and Kensington for letting me read and review it exchange for my honest opinion.

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