Tuesday, February 6, 2018
Book Review: Survive the Night (Rocky Mountain K9 Unit #3) by Katie Ruggle
Title: Survive the Night (Rocky Mountain K9 Unit #3
Author: Katie Ruggle
Stars: 4 out of 5 stars
Survive The Night isn't nearly as cutie or feisty like the first two in this new series but it fits right in. This time readers will see a little more of a back story to the mystery man that is able to help women disappear and end up in a small town in Colorado where the police and people of the small mountain town turn to help scared out of place women.
I don't want to give to much away but I can tell you readers are going dying for the next in the series.
This one feels more like a link between the first two and the next in the series which I can't wait for. While it is a sweet over the top action romance it still has the fun Katie Ruggle fans will love.
Thank you Netgelley and Sourcebook Casablanca publishing for the advance copy
He's always been a haven:
For the lost. The sick. The injured.
But when a hunted woman takes shelter in his arms, this gentle giant swears he'll do more than heal her battered spirit―he'll defend her with his life.
K9 Officer Otto Gunnersen always had a soft spot for anyone in need. As Monroe's very own Dr. Doolittle, he dedicates himself to rehabilitating the injured souls that cross his path―but for all his big heart, he's never been in love.
Until he meets Sarah Clifton's haunted eyes. Until he realizes he'll do anything to save her.
All Sarah wants is to escape a life caught between ambitious crime families, but there's no outrunning her past. Her power-mad brother would hunt her to the ends of the earth...but he'd never expect Sarah to fight back. With Otto and the whole of Monroe, Colorado by her side, Sarah's finally ready to face whatever comes her way.
It's time to take a stand.
Expected publication: February 6th 2018 by Sourcebooks Casablanca
About The Author:
A fan of the old adage “write what you know”, Katie Ruggle lived in an off-grid, solar- and wind-powered house in the Rocky Mountains until her family lured her back to Minnesota. When she’s not writing, Katie rides horses, shoots guns (not while riding, although that would be awesome), cross-country skis (badly) and travels to warm places where she can scuba dive. A graduate of the Police Academy, Katie received her ice-rescue certification and can attest that the reservoirs in the Colorado mountains really are that cold. A fan of anything that makes her feel like a bad-ass, she has trained in Krav Maga, boxing and gymnastics.
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