Cara Medlen has a serious case of animal attraction. And it's not because of all the foster dogs she's rescued. She's got it bad for her incredibly sexy neighbor. Her one rule: Don't get attached. Read more...
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Cara Medlen has a serious case of animal attraction. And it's not because of all the foster dogs she's rescued. She's got it bad for her incredibly sexy neighbor. Her one rule: Don't get attached. It's served her well with the dogs she's given to good homes and the children she's nannied. Yet the temptation of Matt's sexy smile might just convince her that some rules are made to be broken.
Matt Dumont doesn't need his skills as a private investigator to detect disaster on the horizon. Cara is everything he thought he'd never find-gorgeous, funny, and caring. But there's no way he can start a relationship just as he's about to move to another state. Talk about bad timing. As their attraction sizzles too hot to deny, they'll have to make a decision: forget the consequences and let loose, or forget each other and let go...
Publishers Weekly® Reviews
- Reviewed in: Publishers Weekly, page .
- Review Date: 2014-09-01
- Reviewer: Staff
Dog lovers rejoice! The stars of Lacey’s cute series opener set in Dogwood, N.C., have four legs instead of two, and their happy ending is guaranteed. Part-time photographer Cara Medlen provides the Triangle Boxer Rescue’s most reliable foster home, but her neighbors worry that the untrained dogs are dangerous. Private detective Matt Dumont starts out suspicious of Cara as well, but soon enough he joins her in the rescuing business, and makes sure that Cara doesn’t get herself into precarious situations while attempting to free abused dogs. Cara’s sweetness and determination attract Matt, but he’s planning to move to Massachusetts to be closer to family, so he’s certain that they won’t be able to form a lasting connection. But when the two are forced together by a well-timed snowstorm in a sleepy mountain town, all good intentions go out the window. Lacey’s debut entertains, and readers will look forward to meeting Cara’s dog-loving friends in two planned sequels. (Nov.)