Blaze had planned to go home to Rockfield, Kentucky, some day. He just hadn’t expected it to be this soon ...
Until Badger offers a reason to head in that direction. As a longtime animal-rescue volunteer, hearing about the plight of Solo, a shepherd with severe dissociative issues from her military days, Blaze knows he has to see this through.
Camilla, on her way to an event she’s planning, tries to avoid hitting a dog as it runs across the road. Blaze witnesses the accident and stops to help, realizing this could be the shepherd he’s looking for. Even better, Camilla is a hoot, and it’s been so long since Blaze has had anything to smile about.
But memories run long and insults cut deep, and someone isn’t happy about their blossoming friendship. Or maybe even several someones … How far will they go to stop it? And who will still be standing when this all ends?
Love this series
I really love this series. The author just seems to capture not only the broken bits that plague some of the characters within this book and takes you for a ride with them but also the good times. Blaze is on his way home, not completely whole but with a purpose in mind of finding an ex K9 that served who may be alone. Camilla is going about her business and doing her job when she starts to get trouble with mysterious text messages and emails telling her to leave Blaze alone. As the threats escalate and a hooded man threatens to shoot them both it’s a race to find Solo and find out who wants them dead. OMG it shocked me when I found out who it was. Definitely not the person I thought at the beginning. A fantastic read from a brilliant author
Blaze is finally recovering from his horrific injuries and decides it is time to go home. He is tasked with looking for Solo a K9 who is missing. On his way he meets Camilla and finds himself helping her. How their relationship develops is written with great empathy and makes for a lovely story and one I enjoyed.