Keeping Karma

Keeping Karma

by Tory Temple

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Overview

Alex Myers is keeping deeper secrets than just his pet ferret, Karma, who is illegal in California. Both Alex and his twin sister, Tabitha, can "hear" the thoughts of animals. It's an ability he puts to good use working at an emergency animal clinic while studying to become a veterinarian.

One night, local animal-control officer Dylan Travers comes into the clinic with an injured fawn, and it doesn't take the two men long to act on their mutual attraction. But the closer they become, the harder it is for Alex to keep Karma and the rest of his menagerie from Dylan. And then there's the matter of his ability.... Will Dylan even believe him if he tries to explain?

Add to that debilitating migraines from especially "loud" animals and a scheming coworker threatening the clinic, and Alex needs Dylan's support more than ever. Alex just wants to keep his job, his pets, his lover, and his sanity. But he can't do it alone.

Product Details

BN ID: 2940157004514
Publisher: Dreamspinner Press
Publication date: 08/24/2016
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: NOOK Book
Sales rank: 1,155,775
File size: 2 MB

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Keeping Karma 4 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 5 reviews.
smichellehos on LibraryThing More than 1 year ago
OK, first of all, this is a lovely story, I adored the characters (both human and animal) and the plot is... intriguing to me."Keeping Karma" introduces the reader to Alex, a veterinary student with a special gift... he can hear the animals he works with; Dylan, an animal control officer who takes an instant liking to Alex, when he brings in an injured fawn; and Karma, a ferret living with Alex and his other pets even though she's an illegal pet in California.Alex and Dylan hit it off and are soon living together, quite happily, but Karma's constant hijinks and Alex's secret just might throw a wrench in the whole thing... read it and find out what happens! ;-PI picked up this title because I've always liked the idea of actually being able to talk to animals. Though I was wary that Tory Temple might be writing a gay Dr. Dolittle, the author did no such thing! Instead, writing an enjoyable tale perfect for an afternoon read.
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