Through the Fire by Katie Ruggle

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Posted July 28, 2018 in review Tags:

Through the Fire by Katie RuggleThrough the Fire by Katie Ruggle
Pages: 352
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Series: Rocky Mountain K9 Unit #4
Genres: Romantic Suspense
Setting: Monroe, CO
Source: ARC, NetGalley
Also in this series: Run to Ground, On the Chase, Survive the Night
Also by this author: Hold Your Breath, Fan the Flames, Gone Too Deep, In Safe Hands, Run to Ground, On the Chase, Survive the Night, Rocky Mountain Christmas Cowboy
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Kit Jernigan despairs of ever fitting in with her new tight-knit K9 unit. They've been through too much to open their arms to a stranger―and as mysterious fires begin raging across Monroe, she can't convince them to trust her long enough to catch the woman she knows is responsible.Wesley March, local fire spotter, knows Kit is right, and he's willing to help her prove it. But the more time they spend together, the closer they get...and the more danger they're in. A member of the K9 unit's inner circle is determined to get revenge―no matter who gets burned in the process. This time, it's personal.

Rocky Mountain K-9 Unit Series: Run to Ground (Book 1)On the Chase (Book 2)Survive the Night (Book 3)Through the Fire (Book 4)

Through the Fire is book 4 in the series but takes a slightly different trop than the previous books. Kit isn’t one of the girls Mr. Espina saved. She is a K9 officer who takes a job in Monroe. The first person she meets is Wes, the fire service lookout. These two are adorable! Wes is certainly a beta hero and I found his awkwardness so endearing. Kit and Wes are both outsiders. Kit’s suspicion of what is going on in the tiny town only further her status as outsider. But, she is a good person and a great cop. The action centers more around the other town newcomer, Elena, and Jules (from book 1) and her siblings.

I enjoyed getting back into this world and getting some resolution to Jules’ story. I felt that at times, Kit and Wes were more a vehicle for a conclusion to Jules story which was disappointing. They are such wonderful characters it would have been good to have more focus on them. However, for anyone who is invested in the series like I am, this book is delightful. I am assuming its the final book in the series, so I would have liked an epilogue, but overall, an enjoyable read.

 

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The Red Stone Security series from Katie Reus, True Heroes series from Piper Drake, Badge of Honor series by Susan Stoker…then you will probably like Through the Fire!

 

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