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-- Fallen Angel Reviews
"..beautifully moving in all the
right places...KC Kendricks
gives us a well-crafted tale"
- The Romance Studio
"Good to the last word...."
- Sensual Reads
..."Seriously entertaining and
- Joyfully Reviewed
Leon McNamee successfully worked his life plan to a
good job, his own home, and the one thing he always
wanted as a boy - a dog. He hasn’t had much luck in
the relationship department, but in Smoke he has all
the company he usually needs.
Jeremy Cooke’s new plan is to stay clear of
entanglements and not get hurt again.
He moves to Marionville to start over and decides to
rescue a damaged dog. After all, he’s well
acquainted with abuse.
Leon and Jere get acquainted over their shared love
of dogs, but Jere holds close his secrets. When an
argument escalates, disaster strikes. Leon has to fight
to save Jere’s dog - and the man’s trust.
At the end of the day, his best ally is a black
Labrador Retriever named Smoke.
Where There's Smoke
The Men of Marionville #10
|Available February 12
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