This is the second book of this series that I have read so far and I must say I was a little disappointed in this one. It just didn’t grab me like most of Melissa Storm’s books normally do for me. The main female character was a bit wishy-washy for my liking with the decisions she made throughout the book. I also did not get an Alaskan feel with this book like I did with the first one which I very much did enjoy as I love Alaska and have been to Anchorage myself. As a dog lover I did enjoy the connection Sofia has with Wolfie her self-rescued wolf-hybrid and I also loved the male character Hunter with his determination to not give up on the girl. I received an ARC copy of this book and this is my honest and voluntary review of it.
There were many parts of this story that I did enjoy and the fact that it featured the past Sled Dog characters in it was very nice. Maybe I need to go back and read the other 2 books in this series to fully appreciate this one. Matt (D-Man) was another character that I felt connected during this story and his friendship with Sofia.
Sofia Stepanov lives by her own moral code of what is right and wrong, so when it comes the welfare of abused and neglected dogs she does what she thinks is the right thing. Even if that right thing is breaking the law or ask someone else to do the same.
Hunter Burke is a local police officer and a dog lover, who meets a very interesting girl at the vets late one night. She is giving him mixed messages but he is determined to get to know her better. It seems like fate that they keep bumping into each other even when she does not return his calls or texts.
Hunter lives by the law!
Sofia has broken the law!
How will these two find a middle ground?
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