Heading back to Iraq was never in Parker’s plans …
But, when his brother is killed in action, he makes the journey to bring his brother back home to his final resting place.
When one of the K9 War Dogs disappears at the military airport in transit, and all attempts to locate him fails, Parker agrees to investigate during the few days he’s there.
Sandy is making the same journey as Parker—both of their brothers were killed in the same incident. Both brothers had been the best of friends, but this is the first time she’s met Parker. From that initial moment, she realizes something odd is happening in his world. When they find a K9 dog in a rebel stronghold, she’s sucked into a much more dangerous trip than one of compassion and grief.
There’s a reason why the first investigation didn’t turn up anything. … As Parker rattles cages and shakes up a ring of thieves, the bodies start dropping, one by one.
Parker: The K9 Files
The K9 Files are about wounded warriors, SEALS, who are enlisted to find retired war dogs. In the search and rescue of these valiant dogs these same warriors find themselves. Parker, a Seal vet, and Sandy, a military nurse, are on a mission to escort brothers home, killed in action. The book is sad and serious, warm and romantic. Seriously, it is a page turner. Wow! About the time I think I have it figured out another twist appears. I picked up the book and finished it in one sitting. Bravo!!
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Fabulous mystery and suspense!
This is book 6 in the K-9 Files series and it features Parker and Sandy. These two are flying to Iraq to escort each of their brothers back home for their funerals. Well there, Parker was asked to find a retired and missing canine agent. The fantastic adventure that followed the search was full of mystery and suspense but drug on much too long. The romance definitely need more spice than a kiss on the forehead and talks about forever and all this in one day. I understand being put in danger repeatedly can bring two people together but constant adrenaline rushes should have spiced it up instead of making them tired all the time.
The suspense and intrigue were fantastic. The romance definitely needed more...a lot more!