I’m not here to be saved. Especially not by him.
Marlo Croft’s life is exactly how she wants it. Organized and independent, she focuses all of her energy on rehabilitating the rescued dogs that so desperately need her help. Her past is her own business, and she isn’t going to share her dark secrets with anyone.
Especially not a police officer.
Adam Guildford is here for one job only: to research dogfighting crime rings and eradicate them. But when he ends up on Marlo’s doorstep, holding the leash of the last surviving dog at the center of an ongoing investigation, he’s drawn into her world. Her tenderness and love for the broken animal makes him want to reach out to her to find his own healing.
The attraction between them kindles into something deeper and more intense than either of them expected. But Adam and Marlo have both built walls around their hearts, and their looming pasts threaten to destroy any chance of a future together.
They were brought together to rescue a dog. But could they ever rescue each other?
This book was previously published as Saving Justice by Tasman Gibbs. It has been re-edited and now includes Justice Speaks, a novella from the point-of-view of the dog rescued in this novel. Enjoy!