* Review * THROUGH THE FIRE by Katie Ruggle

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* Review * THROUGH THE FIRE by Katie RuggleThrough the Fire by Katie Ruggle
Series: Rocky Mountain K9 Unit
Published by Sourcebooks Casablanca on August 28, 2018
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He's tall.
He's dark.
He's brutally handsome...
And he may be her only hope.

Kit Jernigan despairs of ever fitting in with her new tight-knit K9 unit—they've been through too much to welcome a stranger. So when a killer strikes, it's a fight to convince her fellow officers to trust her long enough to catch the woman she knows is responsible.

She can't do it on her own. What she needs most is a partner: local fire spotter Wesley March.

Wes knows in his heart that Kit is right, and he's willing to leave his lonely tower to help her prove it. But the more time they spend together, the hotter the fire smolders...and the more danger they're in. A member of the K9 unit's inner circle is determined to have her revenge—no matter who gets burned in the process.

This time, it's personal.


An explosive ending! With a return to Monroe, Colorado, Katie Ruggle brings us another story in her Rocky Mountain K9 Unit series. If you’ve been reading this series, you will recognize most of the supporting cast from previous books. We see Otto, Hugh, Theo and all of their significant others join forces to protect the next secretive addition to Jules’ house, but the new law in town is suspicious from the start. Will Kit be able to fit in with this existing team, or will her doubting nature make them hesitant to bring her into the fold? This storyline was exciting with danger flaring often. The ending was quite explosive and left us with a satisfying resolution. Really enjoyed it!

Kit Jernigan and her K9 partner Justice are new in town and not sure what to make of the ravaged town they drive into. It seems the town folk have had some issues of late, and she’s not sure what exactly it is she’s walking into. Her team seems to have a lot of secrets and don’t seem willing to trust her with much. Will she be able to prove her worth before danger strikes?

Wesley March is a brilliant loner who keeps to himself with his inventions in the forest service fire observation tower he works in. He doesn’t receive many guests and doesn’t venture off of his mountain very often, but the one time he does, he runs across Kit arriving in town. He’s intrigued by her, and that doesn’t happen very often. He’s socially awkward, but he knows there’s something about her that is drawing him like a moth to a flame.


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