Title: Redeeming the Badge (Arizona K9 #2)
Author: Dorothy F. Shaw
This book wasn't what I expected and honestly I couldn't get past the while lusting and opps bumped into you again by accident story line. The romance scenes were repetitive to the point of boring having readers skip pages to find something interesting to read in the book. To be honestly wasn't easy to find. The story lacks focus, excitement and a desire to read after the first few chapters.
The romance is just unbelievable and the story lacks anything that will keep readers wanting to come back for more.
Thank you to Netgalley and the publisher Lyrical Press for the advance of Dorothy F. Shaw Redeeming the Badge.
In high school, she was the girl most likely to live happily ever after—rich, popular, beautiful…and maybe just a little mean. But Heather Winters’ dreams of marriage and motherhood haven’t worked out as she hoped. Now she’s back in Arizona, trying to reinvent herself. She knows what she doesn’t want: a serious relationship. She doesn’t remember Robert Caldwell from high school, but the good-looking K-9 officer is everything she’s looking for in a short-term fling.
A routine traffic stop brings Rob face to face with the girl who fueled his teenage fantasies—and she’s even more ravishing than ever. The former homecoming queen didn’t know he was alive back then. Now she’s changed—and she’s hurting. Despite how great they are together in bed, Heather isn’t letting him anywhere near her heart. But he’s got a plan—and with a little help from his canine partner, Tricks, he’ll show Heather that together, they have all the happiness they’ll ever need
Expected publication: September 24th 2019 by Lyrical Press
About The Author:
Dorothy F. Shaw stumbled into a career in Corporate America and has spent the last 20 years climbing the corporate ladder. A fan of journaling about her troubles, she started an online blog in 2009, and poured her emotions out for all to see.
As luck would have it, the first post came out in the form of a poem. A few authors she'd met online encouraged her to write more, and in the span of 2 years she wrote over 150 poems. The poems led to short stories, which blossomed into novels. Evident from the very beginning was her voice as an author that is real and packed with wit and sarcasm. Her stories will always include complex, broken people trying to figure out how to start and keep a relationship as well as lots of hot, steamy sex. As Dorothy sees it, the journey is the best part.
When she's not writing, she's a mother, and a friend to many. She truly lives and loves in technicolor!