- Extasy Books
- Release Date
- December 2013
Erotic Romance, LGBTQ, Paranormal Romance, Vamps & Shifters Romance
Getting captured was least of this stubborn alpha's worries.
Officer Christopher Saunders just completed his K-9 training and he can't wait to pick out his first partner. But when none of the specially trained dogs catches his eye, he gets disappointed, until he sees a heroic stray on the news. Christopher is sure he can train the dog himself, if only given the chance.
Too bad Samson has other plans. But going home with this man is a better idea than waiting for his pack to figure out he'd been stupidly captured like some common poodle. The collar and leash also had to go. There was no way he'd be wearing those for long.
This is an expanded re-release.
Jan 16, 2014 [ OFFICIAL REVIEW ]
143 people found the following review helpful
MAN'S BEST FRIEND is an easy read and a very humorous story from the Pine Hallow Pack series. It was nice to read more about the other members of the pack that have been in the previous stories as secondary characters. All of the characters are well rounded and real.
This time the focus is on the pack Alpha Samson. Out in his wolf form, he rescues a child from a burning building. He is caught by humans when he passes out from breathing too much smoke, winding up at the animal shelter. How humiliating for him when his sister sends a collar and leash for him to wear.
Christopher is a K-9 officer without a canine. None of the available dogs will do. But then he sees a news story about the hero dog on television, he knows that's the dog for him. Now he just has to train Samson for K-9 work.
What follows is the fun part of Samson having to let Christopher know that he's a shifter and that they are mates. Samson is playing police dog by day and getting teased by his sister. And not all of the pack is happy to have another human in their pack. Samson is going to have to learn to balance his Alpha duties and his duties to his mate.
Caitlin Ricci does a wonderful job with the Pine Hollow stories in creating a believable world. This story is well-paced and well-written. The books do need to be read in order. And this one may be my favorite of the series.
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