JUST WHAT THE DOCTOR ORDERED
Rayna Michaels may be a veterinarian, but she knows a little something about the human heart—especially when it comes to worried pet owners. Law enforcement’s bonds with their K9 partners are legendary, and Derek Hansen is a perfect example—he’s had his dog Axle in more times than she can count in the last few months. And Derek’s sculpted muscles and heart-stopping smile would be truly irresistible, if only he wasn’t an officer of the law…
Derek can’t get Rayna’s stunning face and no-nonsense smarts out of his mind. Any excuse to see her will do, until he works up the nerve to ask her out. He’s not sure where her resistance to cops comes from, though he’s more than willing to prove he’s one of the good ones. But when casual dating turns into explosive lovemaking, Derek knows he has to come clean about his past before the woman he loves finds out what he’s been hiding and turns tail to run…
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Rayna Michaels grow up with a father who was cop and a incredibly unfaithful man. She knew she never to trust a cop with her heart and vowed never to date one. Being a vet with her own practice has kept her busy with little social life. When Derek Hansen a K9 cop brings his partner in because of an injury she sees a super sexy man who takes her breath away and just might convince her to take a risk. Derek knows Rayna could be the one and once he kisses her with their off the charts chemistry he convinces her to go out with him.
Weeks later Rayna is still skittish but their intense chemistry and Derek being almost to good to be true. Rayna’s childhood has left her with the thoughts of no marriage or children and she’s made it clear to Derek that’s is never been something for her. Derek is keeping a secret that could ruin everything and the longer he hides it the more he fears losing the only woman he’s ever loved.
Secrets, misunderstandings and fear may just be the end to something amazing and worth the risk.
I enjoyed the book and Derek is a super sexy alpha male but the storyline was a bite predictable. Still worth reading though. This is the first book by Ms. Shaw I’ve read.