At least that’s what Josie Shepherd believes. She’s spent her entire life avoiding commitment and entanglement, moving from place to place, dodging anything permanent. Especially relationships. Just her and the dog – free spirits.
Until she stumbles across the body of a murdered woman and straight into the sights of a serial killer. But this killer isn’t like most. He has something special and knows exactly how to use it to get close to Josie.
A deputy with his own traumatic past is the only one who can help her. And the one thing that can save her is what Josie fears most—love.
What a great story. Ms. Davis seems to have a keen understanding of how dogs think and communicate, and it was easy to become engrossed in the story with the animal aspects. Her storytelling is very descriptive, allowing you to see the images she describes. And there was a good mix of mystery, intrigue, and suspense, all coupled with a deep sense of love for animals. I thoroughly enjoyed reading this book and look forward to seeing more of her work.