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David Cruz is good at two things: war and training dogs. The ex-soldier's toughest case is Atlas, a Belgian Malinois whose handler died in combat. Nobody at Hope's Crossing kennel can break through the animal's grief. That is, until dog whisperer Evelyn Jones walks into the facility...and into Atlas' heart. David hates to admit that the curvy blonde's mesmerizing effect isn't limited to canines. But when Lyn's work with Atlas puts her in danger, David will do anything to protect her.
Lyn realizes that David's own battle scars make him uniquely qualified for his job as a trainer. Tough as nails yet gentle when it counts, he's gotten closer to Atlas than anyone else - and he's willing to put his hardwired suspicion aside to let her do the same. But someone desperate enough to kill doesn't want Lyn working with Atlas. Now only teamwork, trust, and courage can save two troubled hearts and the dog who loves them both....
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By Creative elbell on 10-03-16
Dogs, Military Guy & Smart female - Perfect combo
For me the most troubling aspect was having 2 narrators--who would read the entire chapter--and all voices. Then the other narrator would read the next chapter--and all the voices. I think either one could have read the entire story and it wouldn't have been so jarring. Other than that, the narrators portrayed the male and female voices clearly.
I loved the story and look forward to reading more in this series.
David and Lyn had a rough first meeting but they came together for the sake of Atlas, the dog. They both are attracted to each other, but Lyn wants to keep their relationship on a professional level. David reluctantly agrees. But the attraction grows.
Lyn's relationship with her stepfather is "odd". She was very sympathetic to David's relationship with his family--but very negative and sharp with her stepfather. At times it was like she was baiting him or looking for something to be mad about.
I loved Atlas. What a great character. He is my favorite part of the story.
I believe PD could have worked Rojas & Forte into the story more--especially as they will be in future books. Thank heavens for that! I'm ready to read the next book!
4 of 4 people found this review helpful
By Empress Karen on 05-18-17
Author not for me. 1st this is a romance series 2nd a mystery 3rd K-9. I wanted a stronger K-9 story. Male reader good with both make and female. Lady reader sounds like a greatly improved Sophie Eastlake.
3 of 3 people found this review helpful
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By Saluki Selfie on 12-30-16
HEROS BOOK ONA
Would you consider the audio edition of Extreme Honor to be better than the print version?
I CANNOT SAY AS I HAVE ONLY AUDIO AND I FOUND THE CHARACTERS DRAW YOU INTO THE BOOK AND THE STORY COMES TO LIFE
What did you like best about this story?
ALL OF THE STORY TELLS YOU OF THE RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN MAN AND DOG AND THE PROBLEMS THEY GO THROUGH
Have you listened to any of Daniel Thomas May’s other performances? How does this one compare?
DANIEL AND KRISTIN ARE GREAT IN BRINGING THE CHARACTERS TO LIFE AND WOULD LIKE TO HEAR THEM TELL MORE STORY'S
Was there a moment in the book that particularly moved you?
THERE IS ALWAYS A MOMENT IN THESE BOOKS THAT MAKES YOU CRY . IT MAKES THE BOOK BETTER FOR IT .
Any additional comments?
CANNOT WAIT FOR BOOK 4