Bad to the Bone (The Dogfather Book 5) Kindle Edition
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I've been reading Roxanne St. Claire's books for years and have thoroughly enjoyed the vast majority of them but, even in a sea of keepers, this one is special. Bad to the Bone has all the feels and I eagerly indulged in each one (keep the tissues handy). It's hard to remember a group of characters who have touched me as deeply as Molly, Trace, Pru, and Meatball (yes, in St. Claire's Dogfather books, the canine characters are just as important as the humans). They're so vividly and realistically drawn that by the time I was a third of the way into the book they had ceased to be characters on the page. In my mind and my heart, these were real people who had captured my attention and my heart. I was invested in them and in their journey to forgiveness, acceptance, happiness, and love.
St. Claire did not give Trace and Molly an easy journey and that made this book all the better for me. My heart broke for what Trace had been through, for the love he had never known. He was a perfectly balanced blend of bad boy, protective father, and vulnerable, tender-hearted man. I've liked Molly throughout the Dogfather series but even more after reading her story. I love her honesty and determination to do the right thing, even when she's still so angry with Trace. What can I say about Pru? She almost steals the book. This was as much her journey as it was her parents' and I so enjoyed watching her relationship with both Trace and Molly evolve as well as her individual growth as a person.
Many tissues were used in the reading of this book and probably will continue to be during re-reads. This is a story I'll be returning to time and again. I highly recommend Roxanne St. Claire's BAD TO THE BONE.
Molly and Travis can not deny the chemistry that they shared that one night many years ago and it is still just as hot now. Now they need to decide how and when to tell Pru, who her father is. Once again the the Dogfather, Daniel Kilcannon will try and and work his matchmaking skills on his daughter.
Loved this story so much full of emotions!! Loved how Trace became Pru's friend first. Loved how the Kilcannon family believes in Travis. Once again a wonderful story full of romance, family and dogs!!
This book is part of a series but can be read as a stand alone. Already I'm getting excited about Aidan's story. Thank you, Roxanne St Claire for bringing such warmth into your writing for the love of family and dogs.
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This broke my heart and then put it back together. Well done.Read more