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    Another hit!

    Payton has come to Crawley Creek for treatment for her PTSD after being medically discharged from the Marines. Being a Marine is all she has ever known from the time she was a child until now. She is at a loss of what to do now as she struggles to overcome the PTSD. Luke has his challenges as well in his life. Running a busy vet clinic and raising a teenager single handed keeps him running. There are a lot of emotions for the reader to cover in this book as we have come to know and love from this series. The struggle of PTSD, a killer on the loose, fun times, and sexy times will keep the reader engaged. I was hooked right up until the end where it seemed to be rushed and abruptly ended. It does leave things wide open for future books though. We have not seen the last of this couple or all the other couples at Crawley Creek.
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    Another fabulous story!

    Crawley Creek Ranch is a wonderful series jam-packed with engaging characters, riveting storylines, and undeniable passion that leaves the reader gasping for breath. But is also delves into gut-wrenching topics and genuine afflictions that often result in debilitating fear and life altering events for its troubled residents. I was extremely impressed with Ms King’s depiction of Payton’s PTSD and that it wasn’t glossed over or miraculously cured during the story. I know from personal experience, that this is often a lifetime condition, which requires constant support and understanding from the sufferer’s family and friends. Paw Prints on Her Heart is a fabulous addition to the series, and is sure to be a hit; but I’m just not sure how I feel about the semi cliff-hanger ending.
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