CAPITOL K-9 UNIT CHRISTMAS
Danger strikes at Christmastime
Protecting Virginia by Shirlee McCoy
When foster care worker Virginia Johnson inherits her abusive late husband's family home, she's desperate to sell it before Christmas. But a mysterious intruder doesn't want her in the house. Terrified, Virginia turns to her neighbor, Capitol K-9 Unit officer John Forrester, and his four-legged partner, to keep her alive to see the New Year.
Guarding Abigail by Lenora Worth
Capitol K-9 Unit officer Dylan Ralsey's new mission: protect a murdered diplomat's daughter while she's in the nation's capitol. But when an attempt is made on Abigail Wheaton's life, Dylan and his trusty canine partner must keep her safe from a murderer who wants to ruin everyone's holiday.
Capitol K-9 Unit: These lawmen solve the toughest cases with the help of their brave canine partners.
Protecting Virginia by Shirlee McCoy -- Seriously hair-raising opening. My heart revved up a notch and I felt like I was the one alone in that big ol' spooky house. Phew, McCoy packs a lot of danger and tension in a short word count. Along with the stirrings of a sweet holiday romance. Awesome combo.
Guarding Abigail by Lenora Worth -- A riveting read. Officer Tico (the dog) stole my heart just a smidgen before Dylan did. The perils of being a hero in a K-9 story -- at least with me as the reader. :-) Worth packs a complex plot in this cat-and-mouse suspense that kept me turning pages right to the end. A delicious treat of a holiday read.
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