THE WILD WEST ADVENTURES OF MACY CONTRERAS
Anything is possible if you have the right cat.
The murder of an endangered wolf reignites a feud between Macy’s cattle-ranching grandpa and her wild-life loving dad. Macy’s certain Grandpa’s innocent. He doesn’t like wolves, but he wouldn’t risk harming their relationship. When Grandpa’s arrested, Macy strives to clear his name, but at 12-years old, she needs help. Thankfully, Gertie appears. This talking feline teaches her to believe anything is possible if she has the right cat. A DOG FRIENDLY TOWN for cat lovers.
LOVE IS A FOUR-LEGGED WORD
Hayden Stone became a cop to make a difference in people’s lives. Unfortunately, his D.C. job is filled with bureaucracy and paperwork. He digs into twelve-hour days, angling for a promotion to a unit where he can make an impact. Then his best friend dies and leaves him a house, a dog, and a request for Hayden to try out his position as a small-town cop. He can’t do anything substantial out in the Midwestern middle of nowhere. He also can’t deny his buddy’s dying wish. He agrees, but for six months, not a day more.
Veterinarian Emma Flores fought her way through college and grad school with the goal of owning her own small animal clinic. So when her boss offers her a shot at partner with a future option to buy, Emma feels like all her dreams have come true, until she hears the catch. She has to stop wasting precious time and money on lost pets. Emma cautiously agrees, knowing full well she’s never met a stray she could turn away.
When an abused dog turns up, Emma can’t quiet her conscience. Risking her dreams, she rushes off to help. As she cares for the dog, she starts to care for the cop, too. She and Hayden tumble into a relationship with a short-term expiration date. Then Hayden gets a call. The promotion he worked so hard for is his—if he leaves now. He knows he should jump at the opportunity, but it seems a few things have gotten under his skin—like a small-town, a house, a dog, and a veterinarian who might have stolen his heart.
When an honors student with master hacking skills stumbles upon her school’s richest bad boy in a compromising situation, she schemes to improve her senior standing, and learns blackmail is harder than a perfect SAT.
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