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    The dog is the hero of the piece

    Facing up to past mistakes is never easy, and Becca is finding that her momentary emotional insanity has cost her more than she ever thought possible. However the day she literally falls at Shane's feet is her turning point. There is instant attraction between the guilt stricken Becca and the war hero, but it is his dog that steals the show. Meeting up with Shane brings about healing and a re-evaluation of Becca's life, helping her to realise that she is not beyond redemption. Shane, on the other hand, is still dealing with the ghosts of his lost team members in "the sandpit" and in Becca he finds her presence like a healing balm to his spirit. However, not everyone wants to see Becca regain her self-confidence and a systematic attack on her integrity is launched, bringing about tension and self-doubt. I love Shane's kind and generous character, and as Becca starts on the road to emotional recovery, her bubbly personality comes to the fore. Denver's presence throughout the story is delightful and it's his unconditional acceptance of his humans that brings about the comfort that they need. I found the story a little repetitive in parts but the romantic nature of the book was sweet. Although this book is part of a series, it is a standalone with a satisfying ending. I received this book for free from eBook Discovery. I voluntarily post this review. This is my honest review.
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    Contemporary Romance

    Falling into Right by Sharon Kay Redemption County #2 Another wonderful book in this delightful series set in Redemption County, Illinois! Becca Gable did something that changed her life forever. Unable to work in the field she trained for she has taken up a new job way under her skill set, paid the fine required by the court and is moving on to the best of her ability. As she is leaving the courthouse she slips, falls and lands at the feet of Shane Marlow and his K-9 partner, Denver. Shane is a hunk and a half, a war hero, a cop, a hottie and all around nice guy with the whole alpha thing going on that was splendid to read about and for Becca to experience. Becca is a sweetie, good friend, beautiful, open and honest with an openness and charm that was fun to read about and for Shane to experience. Shane has a bit of PTSD and Becca is dealing with a bad year and the fallout from what she has experienced – the two are there for one another, accepting of each other and feel stronger together. The two should not meet again after seeing one another in the courthouse but when Shane shows up on her doorstep with Denver to return something she dropped things change…a bit…and then change more when they serendipitously meet again at his sister’s bar. Well, one date leads to another and another and boy do the two get along well together socially, emotionally and sensually (fanning myself here thinking about one scene in particular). Their relationship flows easily and it all feels “real” to me. Of course Becca has an evil stalker bothering her that has to eventually be dealt with and I had a pretty good idea who it was but all in all this was a book I could not put down once I started reading. I would love to have Becca and Shane as friends and live in their town. I REALLY liked this story and only bumped it down a bit in my rating because of the predictableness of who the stalker was. Thank you to the author who bequeathed an ARC of this book to me through NetGalley – This is my honest review. 4.5 Stars
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    A romance worth reading

    In this story about 2 people who are each suffering thier own type of loss. The author has written the story in a way that hooks you and keeps you until the very end. All the characters are interesting and loveable especially Denver the K9 officer. The plot has suspense, mystery, danger, chemistry and romance. It is well written and worth reading. I look forward to reading more from this author. I received this book from eBook Discovery and I voluntarily give this review.
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    I LURVE this new series!

    I've gone and done it again...found a great series and missed the first book! That will soon be rectified though. Rebecca has faced a lot in the 12 months. She has lost 2 babies, lost her mother and been dumped by her fiancee when she dared to tarnish HIS public image! She buckled under the stress and did something that she would never have normally done. She has paid her debt to society, she lost her accounting job and her fiancee but fate...or a stalker doesn't believe she has paid enough yet. Shane is seen by most residents of his home town as a hero but he just sees himself as a survivor. He wants to get on with his job with his K9 partner and not live in the limelight. But this guy couldn't walk away from anyone in danger..or a woman who almost face plants right beside him! They should be all wrong for each other, after Becca's law-breaking and Shane's upright job in law enforcement but love doesn't fall the rules! Egad this was good! Becca and Shane are dealing with depression, loss and anxiety in their own ways. Denver is a very silent but very large part of the story and he just captures your heart with all his doggie charm. The fact that he manager to get a bite out the bad guy just added to his charm! His fellow cops and his family all encase Becca in their warmth and love and I loved that their was no condemnation of her past. The villain of the piece is particularly odious and creepy and I'd have gladly gone to jail for sluggin the chump! Fab read!
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