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    Very good, but very sad

    I was kindly provided this book as an ARC; in exchange for my honest review. This is book 3 of 6 (so far) in The K9 Files series. This book centers around Zane and Holly. Zane is not a former military K9 handler like the previous “dog rescuers;” but, he is 1 year out of the Navy; after a medical discharge. He has a strong affinity for animals and is now tasked by Titanium Security (see SEALs Of Steel series) to locate/rescue one of a about 10 of the original 12 dogs potentially in trouble that had gone missing or were in bad situations. The dog assigned to Zane to follow up on is Katch, a PTSD, medically retired military K9. Zane was convinced (forced) to go home to Maine to hunt down Katch, a K9 dog the Military had lost track of. Going home wasn’t an easy decision for Zane. It meant facing his dysfunctional family “demons.” Finding Katch seemed like the easiest part of his homecoming. Sad part was, Zane wasn’t the only one “hunting” Katch. Holly has had a rough few years. But, she held hope that Zane would come home again so they could work things out. The missing dog (Katch) has been shot and ends up in Holly’s vet clinic for recovery, where a hunter keeps trying to “finish” what he started. Truthfully, this is just a sad, sad story. People hating an innocent K9 veteran and trying to kill the precious boy. Then a wounded guy who never resolves anything with his horrible family.. Just very sad. The story moves quickly, is well written and worth a few hours of your time. Again, it seems the author is moving more toward writing mystery/suspense rather than straight alpha type romance that this genre typically falls in. It’s still very good, but may not be what the reader is expecting. I received a free copy of this book via Booksprout and am voluntarily leaving a review.
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    Suspenseful & Emotional

    This is another entertaining addition to the exciting series. Suspenseful, painful and emotional, this book keeps your emotions engaged and you on the edge of your seat. I enjoyed this book very much.
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    Dale Mayer is one of my favorite writers.

    Each K9 Files book just gets better and better. I can't wait to read the next in the series. There is always a lot of drama, intrique and romance in this series.
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    Zane is back home! He is in the right place at the right time to rescue Katch from a hunter attempting to shoot him. This same hunter has been after Katch for some time, wounding and chasing him. Katch is a war vet, a K9 trained by the military for all sorts of jobs. He has been retired/discharged at this point and was to be adopted but never got there because he slipped his cage at the airport and went on the run. This fabulous story is about doing the right thing for our war vets and making sure that they are taken care of, both human and K9. Zane is determined to save Katch from this relentless hunter. Holly is a veterinarian who shares a history with Zane. It is fortunate that the two have met up in their home town, where Katch was last known to be, and share the same concern for this war dog. Katch has been shot and beaten and needs Holly’s medical treatment to survive. I love the shared love of animals that Zane and Holly have and their chemistry has not dimmed in the least after several years apart. I also respect Zane’s attitude towards his estranged family and the way he settles his mind over it after recent repeated rejections he has endured. Zane is a man of his word and actions. I love his determination to save this dog from harm and to find him a good home. I enjoy Holly’s equal determination to see if she and Zane can rekindle their relationship. I completely enjoyed this story and can’t wait for the next one to come! Excellent job! I loved it!
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    Awesome read!

    Great story great characters awesome read! Keep them coming!
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