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Publisher Description

Diamonds are a dog’s best friend.


Harper Sinclair discovers that her champion, award-winning standard poodle, Ch. Edgewood Sky High Blue is missing her $50,000 diamond dog collar that was given to her by Harper's eccentric, indulging grandmother along with valuable pieces of jewelry. Harper calls the robbery division of the NYPD and reports the thefts. The detective they send is surly and tough with a pair of brown eyes that make even this calm, cool socialite's lungs claw for air.


Rough and tumble Detective Caleb Shaw has better things to do than run over to the penthouse of a frigging socialite to find a frigging collar for a frigging pampered poodle---award winning or not. He has real cases to solve, but when he gets a load of the poodle's owner, his interest in the case...heats up. Satin sheets or not, he wants Harper. But there is more to this robbery than the dog collar. Has someone close to Harper pulled an inside job?


Can a lovely socialite collar a hard-boiled detective or are they worlds apart?

GENRE
Romance
RELEASED
2013
October 9
LANGUAGE
EN
English
LENGTH
311
Pages
PUBLISHER
Blue Moon Creative
SELLER
Blue Moon Creative LLC
SIZE
526
KB

Customer Reviews

R Starchman ,

Collared : Going to the Dogs Book 4 by Zoe Dawson

What a wonderful book the last one in the Going to the Dogs series. This one finds Harper the very rich one of the four dog park friends being robbed. The Detective who was put on her case was Caleb Shaw. The problem was the fact mostly was Harper had a hard time trusting men wanting her money not her. But the minute Caleb met Harper he was hooked . They had problems but made their way through them . This book has all four of these great friends finding the love of their lives.

carrienscott ,

Loved the series, almost couldn't finish this one

I have really enjoyed this series, all the craziness, perfect amounts of romance and action. This book, however, was a big disappointment. The action was hit and miss and very rushed, there was too much romance and it was kind of lackluster and mushy.

I wanted to end of the series and got that but I really skimmed a lot of this book.

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