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  • Serve and protect box set

    I love reading and i wasn't disappointed with these 3 great reads. All 3 will have turning the page until the end without putting the book down or your eReader. Fantastic stories.

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  • Serve and protect box set by Norah Wilson

    Thoroughly enjoyed each of these three books. Terrific story lines, great characters, and superb writing. Highly recommend

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  • Protecting Paige, Norah Wilson

    This story introduces us to Tommy Godsoe, a K9 Unit Policeman who has recently been injured in the line of duty and is struggling with both the mental and physical hardships of being unable to work in a job he clearly loves and is very skilled at. His new neighbour, Paige Harmer, has decided to take him under her wing and assist him as much as she can, even if that only results in supplying him with healthy nourishment on a daily basis. When Paige's son Dillon, whom she assumes is in the same age bracket as Tommy based only on appearances, starts associating with the wrong crowd and his personality starts changing, Paige seeks Tommy's assistance in bringing Dillon back from a precarious future. She had hoped to improve her son's attitude and bring back the boy she had always known lived within. What she hadn't envisaged was her growing attraction to the moody, younger neighbour. This story has wonderful characters and follows on well from the two previous books in the series. The author has clearly done her research into police duties, hazards and mental health issues following injuries whilst on duty. She has covered all of this very well so the reader understands exactly how Tommy feels and his never ending frustrations with his new limitations. One aspect I was surprised about however was the way the character Ray 'Razor' Morgan was depicted in this book. I loved him in both Quigg's and his own story, but this time he was depicted as a slightly negative, aggressive

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