Book Review | Alaskan Rescue

Alaskan Rescue by Terri Reed is the first book in the Love Inspired Suspense continuity series Alaskan K-9 Unit. I love LIS K-9 stories because the dogs take such an active role and are part of the happily ever after that is a hallmark of LIS stories. The fact that this series takes place in Alaska adds to the enjoyment.

A simple hike turns dangerous when Ariel Potter is pushed over the side of a cliff. She is rescued by Alaskan state trooper Hunter McCord and his K-9 partner, Juneau. When it’s determined her life is still at risk, both Hunter and Juneau take personal responsibility for her safety.

Ariel Potter is a breeder who raises champion dog sledders. She is a likable, if a tad eccentric, woman who loves her dogs and will do anything for them. Like let a man invade her space to keep them safe. I loved the pace of their relationship and Juneau easily became a favorite of mine. Anything involving sled dogs is usually a win for me!

If you’re looking for a shorter, suspenseful romance, definitely pick up a copy of Alaskan Rescue. I’m looking forward to the next books in the series to see how the loose threads unfold.

I received a complimentary copy of this book from NetGalley. I was not required to write a positive review. The opinions I have expressed are my own. I am disclosing this in accordance with FTC guidelines.

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