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    Loved it

    This is the 7th book in the brilliant K9 series, although it is a standalone you are likely to meet up with old friends if you have read other Dale Mayer books. A number of retired military dogs have gone missing and a team of operators are determined to find them and re home them. Cater Brotherton is looking for a challenge now that his injuries have healed, he is an ex navy SEAL who's wife left him whilst he was fighting to come to terms with life changing injuries.Carter is invited to go to Montana, where his best friend Gordon lives, to try to locate a dog called Matzzuka, Gordon is delighted to have him stay on the ranch where he lives with his sister Hailey, Gordon's wife has left him even though they are both still very much in love, Hailey is not so delighted, she was heartbroken when Carter married even though they always bickered. Hailey is a partner in a finance firm and is worried that there may be some inside embezzling, when Hailey's two partners are found murdered is she the main suspect or is she the next in line to die. The whole town is run by the Longfellow family, they are very powerful people and they want to take over Gordon's farm and don't care how they do it, who can Hailey trust when even the sheriff is a Longfellow, how is Matzzuka involved with this family and can Carter retrieve him ? This is a lovely story of men who owe their lives to these dogs and doing their best to give them a happy retirement, it has murder, dog napping, embezzlement and of course romance. I love how the author deals sympathetically with the subject of infertility and the psychological effects of the people affected. I can highly recommend this book and I eagerly look forward to the next one. I received a free copy of this book via Booksprout and am voluntarily leaving a review.
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    The perfect blend of action, suspense and romance!

    4.5 Stars This is book 7 in the K-9 Files series and it features Carter and Hailey. She is his best friends sister and has been attracted to her for the past 10 years. Haley has loved Carter since she was a teenager but didn’t believe he held any attraction towards her. He even married and divorced another woman. Being rejected twice, once when she professed her teenage crush to him and the second time was when he married another woman, has made Haley a little hostile towards him. After Carter’s career as a Navy SEAL ended with a medical discharge, he’s returned to Montana to hunt down War Dog, Matzuka. What Carter finds is a town so overrun with one family that murder and mayhem are taking over. The action, suspense and romance in this story line are fantastic! It’s the perfect blend. This is my favorite in the series so far. I can’t wait for the next one.
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    Carter (The K9 Files)

    I received a complimentary copy of this book from Booksprout and I am voluntarily reviewing it. If I could give this more than 5 stars, I definitely would. The mystery and intrigue surrounding the disappearance of this particular War Dog (WD) is one that kept me turning pages to get to the end. But there is more going on then just a missing WD. There have been several murders. Either the key suspect or the next murder victim, Hailey, is Carter's best friend's (Gordon) younger sister. Hailey has loved Carter for so long. But she made a play for him and was turned down. Then Carter married a b!t@h, a double whammy to poor Hailey. The sparks off of these two were hot. Gordon called it correct to Carter about Hailey's attraction but poor Carter doesn't see it. I adored the dual POV format that the book was written in. Getting into both Carter's and Hailey's thoughts really helped me to thoroughly connect with them. The action was fast and furious. The mystery and intrigue just kept piling on. I couldn't read fast enough. There was a sexy scene but it was tastefully written with nothing graphic in nature. I can HIGHLY RECOMMEND this book to anyone over the age of 18. This can be a stand-alone story BUT the entire series is really fantastic and shouldn't be missed.
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    Carter K9 Files

    Great story Want to kick Carter and Gordon’s rear ends. Not seeing what’s right in front of them, or using lame reasoning. Debbie and Hailey are very strong women and very determined. Masuka was the center of everything and glad the dog got a good home.
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    And I thought I had family issues...

    Carter’s best friend, Gordon and his younger sister, Hailey, live in the same Montana town where War Dog Matzuka was headed months ago for retirement. Before his accident, whenever Carter had leave from his military service, he would go to Gordon’s ranch and help him by doing handyman-type work. Hailey had grown up hoping that she and Carter would someday marry and have a family together. But back then, she was so young that Carter would never risk his friendship with Gordon to even consider her. Carter married someone else, who divorced him while he recovered from the accident that left him with injuries too severe to continue his military service. Also, timing being what it was, Gordon’s and Hailey’s father died right around the time Carter was facing all the surgeries and rehab in addition to the divorce. Thus, neither Carter nor Gordon had any opportunity to provide support to each other at their most trying times. At Titanium Corp Carter had been trying to find a way to reintegrate to civilian life and perhaps start his own home building company. Feeling less than fit and confident to offer his services to help Gordon at the ranch like he used to, Carter uses the search for Matzuka as a reason to visit Gordon, who is having his own problems with someone causing border issues with his ranch. Hailey, now thirty years old, is a partner in a financial services firm that manages several very big accounts. After having found some suspicious ledger sheets on the copy machine recently, Hailey had begun to think that someone was embezzling from their company. Again, timing being what it is, one of Hailey’s partners, Fred Longfellow, is found dead in his office from a gunshot the morning after Carter’s arrival. So, we have Matzuka, who had been approved for adoption by Brenda Longfellow at the town where three generations of the Longfellow family live. We have the death of Fred Longfellow and suspected embezzler in his and Hailey’s company, and we have Gordon’s dispute with (wait for it…) the Longfellow family over the lines between their properties. Carter has literally walked into a trifecta of trouble. Wow! Great story, great people, lots of mystery in this small Montana town. Loved it!!! I received a free copy of this book via Booksprout and am voluntarily leaving a review.
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