I really enjoyed this one. Set in the Pacific Northwest, it has lots of dogs (‘search & rescue’ training), and romance (unexpected and he is slightly reluctant, of course), and the suspense/ drama that comes with a serial killer in the mix. The outcome was as expected but it sure was a fun read. (submitted by library customer K)
One of my favorite Nora Roberts books. Suspense, humor, devotion, love, stubburn, dogs--has it all.
I really enjoyed this book. The dog training and search and rescue was great. The romance between Fiona and Simon was wonderful. The language wasn't necessary.
A typical Nora Roberts book, nothing unexpected yet nothing mind shattering.
Sorry, but I really hated this book. It's more like everything you want to know about dog training and not much story. I found the women to be vulgar - do they really need to say f**k so many times? Simon is extremely obnoxious and not likeable from beginning to end. Not one of Roberts' best.
racy for teens but very good story about dogs, handlers, crime
Excellent read. Five stars for a reason. Loved the dogs. Loved the search and rescue sections, also enjoyed the somewhat quirky romance. Would recommend both to dog lovers, and to love story, with scary moments, readers.
Enjoyed this book, but more for the dog lore than anything else. Not a romance fan, so she could've went a little softer on that angle for me and played up the canine-search-team angle a bit more.
Really enjoyed this one.
Very enjoyable, in particular if you are both a Nora Roberts fan and a dog lover like me. I also loved the Pacific Northwest setting.
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