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    Great action!

    This is book 2 in the K-9 Files series and it features Pierce and Hedi. Pierce is a man of honor. These two hit it off as friends pretty quickly. In a town full of corruption, the good guys tend to gravitate towards each other. The story really tugged at my heart strings. Helping a rehabilitating veteran and his canine veteran war dog stay together, makes for a fabulous read! The action and suspense were great. Even though the story line was amazing, the romance was little on the slow side. Characters, good and bad, were fantastic. The flow of the story was constant and was full of action. I’m looking forward to more!
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    Pierce saves both the dog and his handler.

    Pierce is the next K9 handler in book 2 of this new series. Salem has gone missing after her handler, Pete, went to rehab and Pete's brother selfishly takes advantage of his absence. Pierce finds he's not just up against the brother, but all his lazy, good-for-nothing friends, including the local sheriff. One deputy, Hedi, is determined to do her best despite the opposition, and in Pierce she finds not only a kindred spirit but also a fierce defender. Together Hedi and Pierce stand up for law and order, rescue and protect Salem, and help Pete get back to the life he's earned. Along the way romance blossoms, and Pierce and Hedi find answers for their own futures as well. The action is pretty intense in this story, not leaving much time for the love story, instead showcasing the power local law enforcement can have, especially when it's in the wrong hands. There is a triumphant good-vs-evil HEA at the end, making this a wonderful romantic suspense story with terrific heroes and genuine respect for the sacrifices our veterans have made for their country. I voluntarily reviewed an ARC of this book.
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    Forever Friends

    Pierce is given the task of find a War Dog that was discharged with his handler but has fallen on hard times when Pete, the veteran, is no longer able to look after her. He was not expecting to find the mess that awaited him. With Pierce's help and Hedi, a deputy determined to fulfill her duty and other good friends, Pete and his dog are reunited but not before Pierce and Hedi have to face some dangerous situations.
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    Awesome read

    Good story, good characters great story! On to the next one! Keep them coming!
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    On the right side of the law

    I had the first three K9 books on my wishlist and I am so glad I did. The little town that Pierce finds himself in while searching for Salem, a war dog separated from her/his (?) master by circumstance and the extent of his injuries, is ruled by corrupt lawmen while the only female deputy is so not making coffee and typing reports. Instead she's the only officer who takes the job seriously but without the backing of her lazy, mysogonist colleagues she is seriously hamstrung. Together Hedi and Pierce fight for the right of wounded veteran Pete to be able to return to a home specifically modified for him and to his dog Salem.
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