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    You can go home again

    Blaze had avoided going home until he’s given a mission. The ex-Navy SEAL is sent to find a retired military dog named Solo that was last spotted in his home town. As he’s driving to his home, Blaze spots Camilla whose car has a flat. He pulls over and helps her get back to town. As they get to know each other, trouble begins. At first incidents seem like minor vandalism, but then incidents start escalating. Someone doesn’t want Camilla going out with Blaze. Now besides looking for Solo, Blaze wants to protect Camilla from these threats. As Blaze slowly befriends Solo, the story focuses on Blaze and Camilla getting to know each other. In a lot of the ex-military books that I’ve read the story line is a little unrealistic, this books is just a refreshing look at two people getting to know each other and falling in love. I received a free copy of this book via Booksprout and am voluntarily leaving a review.
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    Tied up with a bow too quickly!

    This is book 4 in the K-9 Files series and it features Blaze and Camilla. This series is about veterans finding lost military working dogs and through that, finding love. This story was more about Blaze and Camilla than Solo, the MWD. The story line was good but it needed to be longer so a deeper search into the trouble surrounding Camilla could be made. The story line was good but unlike the stories before this one, this search was almost an afterthought. As usual, the characters were awesome! I can’t wait for the next book in this fantastic series!
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    A fast-paced easy-to-read sweet suspense romance

    A fast-paced easy-to-read sweet suspense romance, yup there's plenty sweetness in this suspense story. The banter between Blaze and Camilla, bring smile to my face the whole time, they're just so cute together, quirky heroine (I really love Camilla, she's super brave, although a bit careless) and protective alpha hero (well Dale Mayer always succeed to creates amazing Alpha Heroes), oh yes they're so perfect for each other. Not much about Solo the german shepherd though, I wished there's more about the dog, because it's a K9 series, so I was expecting more interaction with Solo, well that's my only complain. So overall, with amazing characters, good mystery suspense, with a little action and plenty sweetness, I enjoy this book a lot. If you're looking for fast-paced sweet suspense read, this book is for you.
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    Fabulous!

    I really enjoyed this one! It has a humorous side with Camilla’s bravery and spitting kitten attitude as well as a sad theme regarding the horrific injuries Blaze suffered resulting in missing his mother’s funeral. I love the small town atmosphere where people have know each other most of their lives, and for some, it feels like home after being there just a little while. It has a knowledge of the townsfolk that big cities can’t match. He grew up loving dogs, where it kind of runs in the family, with a natural affinity to what the animals are thinking and how they react to various treatment by people. I love how Blaze takes on the challenge of finding and befriending Solo and his determination to give her a decent life. Camilla is sweet despite her mother and sisters’ criticism and less than loving treatment of her. Disdain, jealously and dislike is all they have to give her, so with them out of her life, she has no problem becoming a successful woman in her own right with her Event Planning business keeping her very busy. Vandalism to the event center right before a big wedding has Camilla feeling uneasy and yet determined to make this occasion perfect for her client. She can be feisty when offended and Blaze sees this as a sexy attribute when she doesn’t hesitate to speak her mind. But when her own home is broken into, Blaze takes over matters to make sure Camilla is protected and the culprit is found. This hot, sexy, romance is another great book in this series and is a complete joy!
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    Blaze

    Loved this story of love and compassion. The animals are an attractive added aspect to the story. To see them rescued and than treated so well. To get them back on their feet literally is so rewarding. Just great.
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