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  • Posted February 3, 2011

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    Dog Sledding, raising dogs

    This book is three stories in one, and feature three ladies. In the first story "Always Ready" Caddie is in the Coast Guard and is involved in saving lives and patrolling the water on the Bearing Sea. She meets a young man named Aven who is also in the Coast Guard but serves on a different boat but they both are based in the same area of Alaska. Caddie is trying to fit into her father's life style as he died in the line of duty serving his county with the Coast Guard. Aven's father was also dead and he takes most of his pay to help out his mother and sister "Robyn" that are trying to keep their head about water raising dogs. Will this couple ever be on leave at the same time in order to get to know each other?

    The second story is about Robyn and her struggle with the dogs alone since her grandfather has gotten too old to help her much and her mother Cheryl works past time in order for them to make ends meet. A young doctor, Rick Baker lives next door to them, but he not Robyn has never had to time to get to know each other. The grandfather wants to do a trial run with the dogs but he is not strong enough to handle them and has an accident which lays him up for a while. This puts more pressure on Robyn and she really need her brother Aven as she gets ready for the yearly Fire and Ice dog sled tun but she needs her brother to help her but he believes that God has the plans for him to serve in the Coast Guard.

    The third story bring in another vet to help Rick with his growing business, by the name of Oz Thormond an older vet that got started later in life with his doctorate degree. He had went to school with Rick and had been working with the wild life and was coming to Alaska to study the polar bears. Cheryl had to pick him up at the airport for Rick as Rick had an emergency with an animal. Cheryl had started to work full time for Dr, Rick as he had build a new building and his practice had grown so much. She really loved this work and the first day that Oz had been in the office, as he was sitting up his office they had an emergency with a dog that had been hit by a car, so both of them had to take care of the dog. Oz could not believe how well Cheryl could help with the surgery of the dog's leg. Is this another romance in the making? You need to buy this book in order to read about how they all end. Susan Page Davis always writes great book and they will keep you interested with every page.

    This book was sent to me by Shalyn at Barbour Publishing for my review.

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