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    This book was very hard to read with characters that were not to my liking. I am sure there are some readers that will appreciate the efforts of animal preservation and the individuals involved on these pages. Just not a clear plot to follow. "A copy of this book was provided by St. Martin's Press with no requirements for a review. Comments here are my honest opinion."

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    I received a free ARC electronic copy of this novel from Netgalley, Taylor Brown, and St. Martin's Press. I have read this novel of my own volition, and this review reflects my honest opinion of this work. Taylor Brown should be on your 'must-read' list, too. He puts you there, in the story, as a participant with an investment in the outcome. It is said by several sources that there are more tigers in private captivity in the state of Texas than are left in the wild in the rest of the world. Many species of big cats are going extinct right in front of our eyes. As are elephants, rhinos, chimps - thousands of bird species and many more critters - too many to count. Just because it's legal to own exotics, doesn't make it right. Hopefully, they will not have to tell that to the judge. Wealthy ex-jockey and Vietnam veteran Anderson 'Anse' Caulfield owns an animal rescue called 'Little Eden' in coastal Georgia; Malaya is a former US Army vet with two Iraqi tours and a post-military stint in Africa hunting elephant and rhino traffickers; Recce Commando of South African Defence Force, Jaager de Vaal; an American fireman, Lope, who brings to the group falconry and drone maneuvers; and 'Little Eden' employee, Anse's love interest, and veterinarian Tyler are doing everything in their power to add those abused and endangered exotic 'pets' to the circus and zoo retirees, abandoned or lost critters, who are already a part of Anse's Little Eden. This can only end badly... Right?

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