This touching story of redemption illustrates the transformative power of love.
Sequoia Carr is better off alone. At least, that's what she's been telling herself (and everyone else) since her ex-husband blamed his affair on her icy disposition.
For the past six years, she's been happily married to her job as a police officer. Now, she's in danger of losing that, too. When her corrupt boss assigns her a K-9 partner, Sequoia is confident she'll fail—she likes dogs even less than she likes people.
Then, her sexy co-worker Elijah Sawyer steps in to help Sequoia succeed with her new partner—and in love. He proposes an experiment to test Sequoia's hypothesis that she's meant for solitude.
The experiment has a far-reaching impact on Sequoia's life. She finds her relationships—with her sisters, Jasmine and Holly, with her K-9 partner and with herself—transforming.
Still, Sequoia knows there's only one conclusion the experiment can reach. Or is there?
"I loved this story. Hilary Dartt did a wonderful job of creating these characters. Elijah is basically a prince charming. If he were any more the perfect guy he would be annoying, but he is just the right amount of perfect guy and smart mouth. Sequoia is a hopeless non-romantic. She definitely has a way of turning guys off. Good thing Elijah isn't like most guys. His experiment was pure genius. One of my favorite parts of the story is seeing Sequoia bond with Xena. I highly recommend this book!" - Carla Parker
"When I first began reading it, I was pleasantly surprised to find that Seqouia had a very quirky personality." - Roda, an Amazon Reviewer