The only thing more powerful than fear is desire....
A seasoned K-9 officer with the police in Maryland, Cole Jamison has left her old life behind her. With a new home and a new partner - a protective canine named Hugo - Cole is ready for fresh challenges. A crucial position on an important drug task force is exactly what she wants - until she discovers her gorgeous, infuriating ex-husband will be the DEA agent in charge.
Agent Scott Lucca may be a pro when it comes to undercover assignments, but this job is daunting even for him. Posing as a happy couple on the dog competition circuit means he and Cole need to get a lot closer than they've been in years. Playing a live-in couple should seem like a walk in the park compared to tracking a brutal criminal, but suddenly nothing could be more dangerous than the passionate fire they've rekindled.
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Nice story, lots to like. Second half of the book dropped off in both suspense and story. I was left underwhelmed.
I think the male narrator over acted a bit.
"Wow!!!! Loved Every Second!"
Complex story with characters you can root for. I really enjoyed their flawed relationship turned partner story. The K-9 characters added so much to the story. Hugo's cleptomaniac tendencies had me laughing out loud! Definitely worth a credit! This is a book I'll listen to again and again.
This would have been an incredible book, if only Nicole (cop) and Scott (DEA agent) were as smart and lovable as their canine partners Hugo & Izzy. I found the plot too contrived and the divorced couple too immature.
Unbelievably, a violent biker from one of Scott's past undercover assignments spots Scott in a dark parking lot, and recognized him despite different hair & clothing. Then this badass biker stalks and terrorizes Scott, his family and Nicole who get no help from the cops or DEA. Really???
Meanwhile Nicole and Scott are working together to find out who is using puppies to smuggle drugs. The most interesting character in Force of Attraction was the wife of a rapper who had been convicted of dog fighting. The flamboyant wife was funny, smart and crafty - I just loved her.
"A good story line"
Story had an interesting theme; however, characters were not well developed. Recommend to anyone who enjoys dog related stories.
"This series has me hooked :)"
D.D. Ayers and Jeffrey Kaefer did it again. I love the character's, enjoy the writing and narration.
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