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"Incredible! You'll be on the edge of your seat to see if the heroine can make it out alive."-Catherine Coulter, New York Times bestselling author When adrenaline runs high, so does the force of desire... For Shay Appleton, it's love at first sight when a gorgeous stray dog is brought into the animal shelter where she works. She just knows he'll make a terrific watch dog-and with an abusive ex who won't let go, she needs all the protection she can get. But Shay never suspected that her new pet is actually a trained police K-9 named Bogart-until Bogart's even more gorgeous, human partner shows up on her doorstep. IRRESISTIBLE FORCE by D.D. Ayres Officer James Cannon is one tall, strong alpha male who's convinced that Shay stole his dog. But once he gets closer to the suspect, he realizes that this stubborn, independent woman not only needs a guard dog, she needs James as well. It seems that someone from her past is stalking her, and threatening her life. When danger meets desire, will James risk his career and his best friend...to protect the woman who's stolen his heart?
From author D. D. Ayres, here together for the first time in a sizzling eBook bundle are her K-9 Rescue Series, Books 1-3 + A Novella: Irresistible Force Officer James Cannon is convinced Shay Appleton stole his K-9 partner—but when this case of mistaken identity turns into grave danger, will James risk his career and his best friend to protect the woman who’s stolen his heart? Force of Attraction Seasoned K-9 officer Cole Jamison has just landed a coveted position on an important drug task force...except her ex-husband Scott Lucca is the DEA agent in charge of her undercover assignment. Primal Force K-9 Trainer Jori Garrison has sworn off men—until Military Police veteran Law Batisse adopts one of her dogs and unleashes her desires. Necessary Force (Novella) When photographer Georgie Flynn agreed to take pictures of the sexy service men and their K-9 dogs for a calendar shoot, she didn’t expect to end up in bed with one of the hunks posing—or for him to be her only hope when she’s targeted by a stalker.
New York Times bestselling author Robert K. Tanenbaum delivers his grittiest, most ethically challenging thriller yet, as New York chief assistant district attorney Butch Karp fights for his family in the wilds of West Virginia's coal mining country. While New York City sizzles beneath a blanket of early summer humidity, the Karp family is happily taking refuge in their renovated farmhouse on Long Island's north shore. Karp's battles against the City's corrupt politicians are never-ending. His wife, Marlene, is training guard dogs on their picturesque acreage; Lucy is enjoying her summer break from Boston College and playing the part of the dutiful daughter, assisting with the running of the business and tending to her rambunctious twin brothers. The tide quickly changes, however, when Marlene befriends her beachside neighbor, Rose Wickham-Heeney, a northeastern aristocrat turned wife of West Virginia coal mine union leader Ralph ³Red² Heeney. Soon after the fun-filled weeks of family barbecues and lazy afternoons with the Heeneys, the Karps discover that Rose, Red, and their daughter, Lizzie, have been brutally murdered back home in McCullensburg. Irresistible force meets immovable object when the West Virginia governor appoints Karp as special prosecutor to bring justice to the corrupt town, its union chieftain, and his band of merry thugs. Marlene joins Karp as he searches for the killers and works to save his own family from an evil that runs as deep as the mines that fuel it.
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