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Publisher's Summary

Officer Luz is lucky she still has a job after tasering a male colleague where it counts the most. Sure, he had it coming - which is why the police chief is giving Megan a second chance. The catch? Her new partner can't carry a gun, can't drive a cruiser, and can't recite the Miranda Rights. Because her new partner is a big furry police dog. So that's what the chief meant when he called Megan's partner a real bitch...With Brigit out on the beat, Megan is writing up enough tickets to wallpaper the whole station. But when a bomb goes off at the mall's food court, it's up to Megan and Brigit to start digging - and sniffing - for clues. With the help of dead-sexy bomb-squad expert Seth Rutledge and his own canine partner named Blast, Megan finds herself in a desperate race to collar a killer. Will justice be served - or will she end up in the doghouse?
©2014 Diane Kelly (P)2014 Tantor
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Critic Reviews

Kelly's writing is smart and laugh-out-loud funny. (Kristan Higgins, New York Times best-selling author)
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By J Carter on 09-27-14

Not so funny

Would you recommend this book to a friend? Why or why not?

No, Because the protagonist keeps mentioning how smart she is. Arrogance. Police procedures are not followed by the cops. Duh. Author has them blundering. Also, Police dog procedures are not followed. Author doesn't have good knowledge of police dog handling. Author has this dog out of control all the time. For example: eating up crime scene morsels. Police dogs don't gobble up stuff at a crime scene. Example of blunder: Cop sits down at her beat in a food court to eat lunch and is unaware of teens behind her giving her the finger and making faces which is caught on security tape. A cop would never sit down EVER with back to activity and crowd. They sit facing the crowd. In their nature. Then she leaves her weapon and dog at home at final scene to get her in trouble. This would never happen in real life. Why take the dog to church, and leave it at home along with your weapons when you are going to a former crime scene and your regular beat? duh.....

What was the most interesting aspect of this story? The least interesting?

Least: Heroine takes police dog to church and the dog is out of control in many areas. Author has things happen to try and be funny. Not funny.

Did the narration match the pace of the story?

Just out of pace because the book is out of pace.

Could you see Paw Enforcement being made into a movie or a TV series? Who should the stars be?

Never I hope.

Any additional comments?

My head is spinning at the lack of correct portrayal of police dogs and police.

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By dwszoo on 03-11-15

AWESOME

Would you listen to Paw Enforcement again? Why?

yes yes yes........funny and well written. can't wait for more from this series

What was one of the most memorable moments of Paw Enforcement?

all of it but especially when brigit (the dog) says "fish yum yum"

Which character – as performed by Coleen Marlo – was your favorite?

both main characters

If you were to make a film of this book, what would the tag line be?

laugh till your side splits

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5 of 5 people found this review helpful

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