Home to Stay by Kate James

cover+originalShe’s bringing his son home

A missing little boy triggers San Diego K-9 officer Shannon Clemens and her canine search-and-rescue partner into instant action. For the rookie cop haunted by a childhood tragedy, bringing Sawyer Evans’s son safely home is more than a job. It’s a mission she can’t fail.

But forging a friendship with the father is a tactical error that could compromise her first solo assignment. Yet the deepening bond between them is almost impossible to resist.

*(Book four in the San Diego K-9 Unit series)


REVIEW:

The brilliance that is Kate James’s latest novel—Home to Stay—with Harlequin Heartwarming will tug at your heartstrings with the emotional intensity layered throughout the story. I was glued to this book the moment I scrolled to chapter one. The conflict is set in motion when Sawyer wakes up to find his son, Dylan missing. Taut writing sets the scene going, as a whirlwind of emotions entangle you with the plot.

[The adrenaline rush had him gasping for air. The sleeping bag was empty.]

From that moment onward, stellar writing had me hooked. The search for Dylan brings Shannon, a San Diego K-9 Unit officer and her dog into Sawyer’s life and over the course of the book feelings go awry for everyone. But it is the lingering awareness between Shannon and Sawyer that catapults things to whole new level. Where could Dylan be? And does Shannon stand a chance with the single dad?

Highly Recommended
5 Stars