Sunday, September 8, 2013

Cover Reveal: Collared by Zoe Dawson


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Collared by Zoe Dawson
Series: Going to the Dogs #4
Publication date: October 14th, 2013
Genre: Adult / Contemporary / Romance / Mystery
Cover Design: Robin Ludwig

Diamonds are a dog's best friend.

Harper Sinclair discovers that her champion, award-winning standard poodle, Ch. Edgewood Sky High Blue is missing her $50,000 diamond dog collar that was given to her by Harper's eccentric, indulging grandmother along with valuable pieces of jewelry. Harper calls the robbery division of the NYPD and reports the thefts. The detective they send is surly and tough with a pair of brown eyes that make even this calm, cool socialite's lungs claws for air.

Rough and tumble Detective Caleb Shaw has better things to do than run over to the penthouse of a frigging socialite to find a frigging collar for a frigging pampered poodle--award winning or not. He has real cases to solve, but when he gets a load of the poodle's owner, his interest in the case... heats up. Satin sheets or not, he wants Harper. But there is more to this robbery than the dog collar. Has someone close to Harper pulled an inside job?

Can a lovely socialite collar a hard-boiled detective or are they worlds apart?


I have never been really big on books about animals as the forefront of the story. Don't get me wrong, I am a complete bleeding heart for animals. I am still a little curious about how the first three books in the series were written. Are they all pampered dogs? I like stories with a little bit of angst that draws me in. This is a fluffy contemporary book that would be a good book to sit at the beach and read. Something that you don't have to think to hard about and can just relax. I can imagine that with the two main characters coming from two walks of life, the humor would probably be the most entertaining of all.


About the Author:
Zoe Dawson is the alter ego of Karen Anders, award winning, multi-published author. Her writing journey started with poetry and branched out into fiction. With a couple of college English courses under her belt, she penned a historical, then moved onto contemporary romance fiction. Today, she is happy producing romantic suspense, romantic mystery, urban fantasy, and paranormal novels. The words feed her soul and the happily ever afters feed her heart.


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