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Dashing. Jacked. Bad tempered. My new boss, everybody.
Now what's the cure for smitten?  

Pinch me. I can't believe I'm working under him.
Dr. Gray Caldwell. Hottest, swooniest, stormiest bachelor ever.
Insanely tall. Unfair perfection. Intimidating abs and X-ray glares.
Doc puts the animal back in veterinarian.  

My dream job should be all puppies and kittens.
Turns out, my new boss hates three things:
1. Small town drama. Baby, we've got tons.
2. Pets in distress - and he's their hero every time.
3. Anybody poking around his past. Like me. Oh, crud.  

But how could I resist the best mystery in Heart's Edge?
I wish I had. Unraveling Gray is a dangerous game.
One wrong move could end our little town.
Plus this gorgeous, complicated grump plays for keeps.  

I barely recognize the man he becomes vowing to protect me.
A beastly shield who sets every rule on fire.
Then one stolen, five alarm kiss sends my whole world spinning.
Hello, trouble. Farewell, sanity.
What if it's not the good doctor who claims me - but the bad one?  

From Wall Street Journal best-selling author Nicole Snow - two hearts on the line and a whole town's fate. A badass vet slays his demons, saves pets, and makes the firefly he swore he'd never chase his. Full-length romance novel with a happily ever after worth the purrs and wagging tails.

©2019 Nicole Snow (P)2019 Audible, Inc.

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Too much head thinking

This was the second book in the series that I read. I found the continual self conversation about the angst of the lead hero tiresome constantly going over in his head how horrible awful he was because of his deeds in the past. And then find out that there was reasonable cause for his actions. There was minimal every day action going on Again because we were too busy going over in our head how horrible we were, it just got a little tiresome. I would’ve liked to have seen more of the couple from the first book. The men were supposed to be very good friends and know each other secrets I thought. It is nice to continue the storylines and include them more than just a line or two . The lead female was ok. There were some good funny lines here in the story mostly from our female showing that she had a good sense of humor.

I did jump through chapters because it just got repetitive it self conversation. I thought the ending was nice it would’ve been nicer to include their first child and Warren and Haley in the closing chapter story.

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Horrible

Really got to me in a dis gusting way when talked about lab experiments on monkeys and effects in too graphic details. I was done. Could not stomach another word

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🌻The mixed reviews baffle me🌻

🌻🌻🌻🌻🌻V from Kansas🌻🌻🌻🌻🌻

I don’t get the negative comments made in some of the reviews. This book is so much better than book one. The characters are more complex, the plot is more original and intense and the writing is superb. So many romances are cookie cutter predictable, not this one. Everything came as a surprise and there were daring escapes that actually had my heart racing right along with the characters. I admit, the Heroine was a bit immature and her clumsiness annoyed me but, It was who she was. My only real complaint was the lack of medical knowledge the author lacked. Admittedly, most readers/listeners would likely not notice but, being in the medical field, every mistake stood out like a beacon, for me. I would suggest more research, by the author, or having a medical professional to consult and/or read over the medical situations and suggest corrections.

With that being said, this is definitely a worthy listen, even if you have to spend a credit in order to enjoy it.

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I don’t think the author has any idea what a vet tech actually does....

Let me say first that I have been enjoying all of Nicole Snows books, even this one. I did not like it as much as the first in the series though. I agree with an earlier review that there was too much head thinking angst, the characters didn’t even really get together until ch 18, a good six hours of no touch “I’m a bad man” angst. When all is revealed I was really unclear why he thought any of the fundamental conflict was his fault, it was a stretch for him to take on a personal burden of guilt.

Also, why does nobody else in town remember anything from only 8 years ago? Extra characters are treated as props that have no memories. Very odd.

No vet tech goes to work in a tennis skirt. Can you imagine dog diarrhea running down that cute skirt, your bare leg and into those darling shoes? What is the author thinking? Vet techs wear scrubs. Vet techs cannot independently see patients, that is illegal. They cannot dispense medications, diagnose or treat animals without a vet supervising the care.

If I take an animal to the vet, I’m talking to the vet, that vet tech should keep his/her mouth shut because he/ she is not anywhere near the training of someone with a Doctorate in Veterinary Medicine. Vet tech in my state is either a 16 week certificate and test or on the job training. You don’t even need to graduate high school. They can be very knowledgeable, but the still cannot see patients on their own. The author needs to do more research on her characters.

What is it with The authors love of the “older man” and 20 something virgins? Many of her books repeat this theme, it’s kind of repetitive.

I wish there had been more action in the first half of the book, it got kind of boring with just that angsty internal monologue and pretty much nothing else going on. It got more exciting in the end though.

The readers were excellent

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loved it

I really enjoyed reading this book. I look forward to reading more books by this author in the near future.

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Disappointed

Started really good but then I feel every thing was just rushed and patched up. Doesn't make sense. Nä give it a 3 for prefomas and bigging of story.

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Fantastic

Gray's past and Embers innocence and the danger that comes back to Hearts Edge, makes this a page turner or you just can't stop listening to hear how this story unfolds and the characters come to life. The loss, heartache, and determination of Gray makes this a truly perfect HEA.

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I love me some good big conspiracy action.

This started out cute with the clumsy young new hire, all awkard because she's 15 years younger and takin all the glares from the other women. Then the series arc busts through and I'm interested in finding out more in the third book. There are some hot scenes, but this book is long and feels it at times. 😕
I love Fuschia! One badass classy b*tch! ❤ Accidentally listened to her book but no regrets.

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Wow

Another fabulous story!! I LOVE this series! The best of everything.... love, action, drama... and sweetness! I promise you will cry!

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Dialogue

There is way too much dialogue. Nicole, you lose the flavor of the story with all the dialogue. Shoots people could live, die, and be on the next generation by the time you finish with all the flowery discord. Fewer words would probably make the story flow better. Sadly however, I won’t struggle through another story.
?? Also, you seem to punctuate everything with profanity. Is “GD” a necessary part of a conversation? I am sure you could find other words to fit your needs.

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  • NS Khan
  • 04-27-21

Again again..

Loved it.. Every single chapter.. Every single line.. So beautifully written by Nicole Snow.. But the way Joseph and Rose narrated it just bought it to life.. Every single character had their own voice.. Absolutely brilliant.. Now onto book 3 The Broken Beast.. Can’t wait xxx

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  • Sarah Marshall
  • 11-16-19

A little dissappointing

Firstly I'm a nicole snow fan and have enjoyed all her books that I've read. This one I just couldn't get into. I don't know if it was the male narrator or the doc character I just didn't warm to. sometimes he seemed to go on and on trying to be profound but I just got bored and skipped through his dialogue at times.
Embers character seemed very naive, and silly with her constant falling over nothing. I didn't find doc's attraction to her believable. I wasn't really rooting for them. I did persevere and finish although I wanted to give up a few times. I'll still be purchasing nine's story when its available on audible but this one just wasn't for me.

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  • Lola'sReads
  • 08-27-21

A bit of a drag

I am a big fan of Nicole Snow's stories but this one kind of dragged for me with all the angst filled inner thoughts of the characters. I must admit I found the premise of the story a bit of a stretch, too. If everyone in a small town like Heart's Edge knows everybody's business I found it hard to believe that only Doc knew about the goings on at the "secret" lab. In the end I think Baxter was my favourite character :-)