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Paw Enforcement par [Kelly, Diane]
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Revue de presse

Praise for Diane Kelly's previous novels DEATH, TAXES, AND EXTRA-HOLD HAIRSPRAY As usual, the pace is quick without being frenetic, and the breezy narrative style is perfection--fun and sexy without being over the top. --RT Book Reviews. This is a rollicking adventure that will have you rooting for the IRS for once--and you won't want to put it down until you find out how Tara will overcome all the obstacles in her way. Keep turning those pages--you'll love every second as you try to find out! -- Reader To Reader Reviews. If you've never read one of Diane Kelly's Tara Holloway novels, I strongly recommend that you rectify the situation immediately. The series has gotten better with every single installment, and I'd be shocked if you didn't see these characters gracing your television screen before too long (USA and HBO, I'm looking in your direction). Get on board now so you can say you knew Tara Holloway when. --The Season for Romance. Diane Kelly knows how to rock the romance, and roll the story right into a delightful mix of high drama with great characters. --The Reading Reviewer DEATH, TAXES, AND A SKINNY NO-WHIP LATTE Readers will find Kelly's protagonist a kindred spirit to Stephanie Plum: feisty and tenacious, with a self-deprecating sense of humor. Tara is flung into some unnerving situations, including encounters with hired thugs, would-be muggers, and head lice. The laughs lighten up the scary bits, and the nonstop action and snappy dialogue keep the standard plot moving along at a good pace.--RT Book Reviews Readers should be prepared for a laugh fest. The writer is first class and there is a lot of humor contained in this series. It is a definite keeper.--Night Owl Romance A quirky, fun tale that pulls you in with its witty heroine and outlandish situations... You'll laugh at Tara's predicaments, and cheer her on as she nearly single-handedly tackles the case. Romance Reviews Today --Various

Présentation de l'éditeur

Paw Enforcement introduces police officer Megan Luz and her loyal K-9 partner Brigit-two Fort Worth cops who are worth their weight in kibble.

Officer Luz is lucky she still has a job after tasering a male colleague where it counts the most. Sure, he had it coming-which is why the police chief is giving Megan a second chance. The catch? Her new partner can't carry a gun, can't drive a cruiser, and can't recite the Miranda Rights. Because her new partner is a big furry police dog. So that's what the chief meant when he called Megan's partner a real b*tch...
With Brigit out on the beat, Megan is writing up enough tickets to wallpaper the whole station. But when a bomb goes off at the mall's food court, it's up to Megan and Brigit to start digging-and sniffing-for clues. With the help of dead-sexy bomb-squad expert Seth Rutledge and his own canine partner named Blast, Megan finds herself in a desperate race to collar a killer. Will justice be served-or will she end up in the doghouse?

"Readers should be prepared for a laugh fest. Diane Kelly is first class."-Night Owl Romance

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  • Nombre de pages de l'édition imprimée : 400 pages
  • Editeur : St. Martin's Paperbacks (3 juin 2014)
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 Hilarious! 8 juin 2014
Par Tara Chevrestt - Publié sur
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"You kick my dog again, you're losing a tooth or a nut. I'm not telling you which, so it'll be a surprise."

What a fabulously fun and funny read! I laughed so many times. Those of you who may have read the Chet and Bernie mysteries, featuring the PI and his dog...if you enjoyed that, you'll love this! It's Chet & Bernie for women, only better, in my opinion.

First of all, Megan the cop is incredibly ballsy. She has inner fears, but acts regardless. Even when she's afraid, she steps up to get the job done. She's also getting over a childhood in which she was made fun of and ridiculed for having a stutter. That's a disability in a way, and to me, makes her even more likable. She does have anger management issues, but who can blame her?

To give you an example of what Megan is like....let's just say the book starts off with her having tased her human partner in the....err...nads. LOL But he deserved it, trust me.

Something else I like about this, though it plays a minor part to the whole tuna-bomber and dog/partner stories is that it shows us the "good 'ole boy" system in the police force. I have a feeling the series will shows us book by book Megan struggling to overcome this as she strives to make detective.

I also enjoy just seeing what everyday beat cops do, especially K-9. Most novels follow detectives or something, so this was something new to me.

And I can't fail to mention Megan's new partner is a dog, a K-9 dog, obviously, with funny dog thoughts and habits, and an appetite for leather shoes.

"Like Mackey she occasionally passed gas in the cruiser, but at least she didn't laugh about it and hold the window lock button down to prevent me from getting fresh air."

There's a mystery involving a bomber. The story goes back and forth in third person, following either the bomber, Megan, or Brigit the dog. My only complaint about this book is that some of the chapters were incredibly short. We get all of one or two sentences before the chapter ends and the "POV" changes.

But this was a very enjoyable read and I look forward to reading more of Megan and Brigit's adventures. The LOL moments were just priceless and had me laughing out loud at break at work.
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 Great New Series! 10 juin 2014
Par Shelby Welch - Publié sur
Format: Format Kindle Achat vérifié
Diane Kelly is one of my favorite authors with her Tara Holloway series, so I was looking forward to this new book. I was not disappointed! Diane creates strong, memorable female characters but with very human personality traits. Officer Megan Luz is such a character, and I look forward to seeing her growth and development. Other characters are well drawn and interesting, and the mystery is properly surprising. The entire book is laugh-out-loud funny, too. I see there is a sequel planned, and I truly hope that more will follow!
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2.0 étoiles sur 5 A Pretty Poor attempt ... 27 juillet 2014
Par OpenBookSociety dot com - Publié sur
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Brought to you by OBS reviewer JoAnne

Megan Luz tasers her partner, Derek “Big Dick” Mackey in the place it will hurt the most. Why? Because he was making sexual remarks to her all day, and when she collared a woman for crystal meth, he suggested that the two of them basically give him a sex show using her digits, if you get my drift…this should have been my first clue, but I kept reading…

So, after she tases him, he runs to their chief; and when she tries to defend her actions, she’s partnered with a dog the chief calls a “b*tch.” Hmmm…Derek the cop is obviously sexist, and because he’s ‘brave,’ they keep him on in the department with no reprimand of any kind. Megan, however, feels she’s being ‘punished’ by becoming a K-9 officer…with no training…and no police car…(which she gets later on, but not the night she needs it either); she takes the dog home in her ‘smart car,’ in which he doesn’t really fit nor has any kind of restraint. Did I mention this is in Fort Worth, Texas? Where there’s a huge police force and I’m sure they can locate a police car for her somewhere?

On top of that, she takes the dog home to her ‘tiny apartment.’ I’m pretty sure no one with a small apartment would be assigned a 97 pound dog as a partner. They need room to run, and are usually kept in outdoor kennels. Not small cages, which is where she tries to make Brigit sleep, and what follows is a very unfunny (inane) scenario. As if that weren’t bad enough, she takes the dog out to the apartment pool and goes swimming with her. Didn’t anyone tell Megan that you can’t have dogs go swimming in apartment pools? There are laws. The hair could clog the equipment, and there are people who are allergic to dogs who might want to use that pool. I love dogs, but an apartment pool? Not likely, otherwise you’d have many dogs swimming in the pools all the time in complexes that allow pets.

Then, the dog chases a squirrel. That’s right, folks; a trained police dog..chases..a..squirrel. This dog has no self-control – it is a police dog, right? It obviously has none of any kind, considering she puts her paws on the window of a pet store – and I’m pretty sure police dogs are trained better than that. Megan also decided to patrol the mall on her own and mentioned that “while on duty she window-shopped, looked for bargains on sale racks and sampled testers at Macy’s.” Another hmmm…is this what the taxpayer’s money is going for? Maybe the chief should have fired her when he had the chance. Plus, obviously she has no patrol route, because she decided on her own to patrol the mall, even though ‘they had their own security team.’ And she spends a lot of time at the mall. I live in a big city, and I’ve never seen a police officer patrolling any of the malls. She’s right; they do have their own security, and the cops are only called in an emergency.

She lets us know Brigit is misbehaved (chewing on Megan’s things when Brigit is angry), and that her days are spent patrolling the mall (which I’ve already covered). But the worst is when she starts picking on the Catholic religion. I am not Catholic, but I would never denigrate anyone’s religion or beliefs. I was completely offended by some of the things she said, especially comparing herself to the Son of God. (Yes, she did). AND she takes the dog to church with her! Who does that? Are you kidding me? Dogs in church? This isn’t a helper dog, it’s a POLICE DOG!!!

I gave this book two stars because the author is obviously trying, but for a first attempt in this series, it’s a pretty poor one. By the end of the book, I really didn’t care about the bomber or anything else. Too many unbelievable scenarios. One of the last scenes has a particularly distasteful exchange with Mackey; something I seriously hope will never happen on our police department – because if that’s how she proves she’s a good cop, then it’s a sad statement indeed. Hopefully the next in the series will improve, with Megan actually acting like a police officer and not some teenager hanging out at the mall.
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 No human in a fur coat here 13 juin 2014
Par Waneta - Publié sur
Format: Poche Achat vérifié
Paw Enforcement arrived yesterday, and I was just going to glance through a few pages before putting it on the To-Be-Read shelf. I finished it today. :) Police Officer Megan Luz has a bit of an anger management problem, although I have to say that Tazering her former partner is understandable. Shame he didn't learn anything from it. Anyhow, the police chief decides that instead of firing Megan, he'd assign her a real female dog for a partner. A highly intelligent, very dominant, 95 pound German Shepherd mix named Brigit. The initial partnership is a little rough, and isn't quite resolved by the end of the book, but I think it will work out. Even though some short chapters are written from Brigit's point of view, Diane Kelly manages to make her sound like a dog. I'm not a dog lover, but I'm eagerly awaiting the next book.
9 internautes sur 10 ont trouvé ce commentaire utile 
5.0 étoiles sur 5 Hooked 30 juin 2014
Par Kez - Publié sur
Format: Format Kindle Achat vérifié
This is the first Diane Kelly book I've ever read, and the fact that I was hooked (pun intended) after the first two paragraphs was a surprise. What a great book. New cop Megan is trying to fit into the "Boys Club", but when push comes to shove, what does she do? What every self-respecting kick-ass girl would do - she Tasers her partner. In the testicles. She's now my idol :) Her "punishment", a new K-9 partner, Brigit, forces Megan to take a totally different track to her ultimate goal of making detective. Add in a sexy Bomb Squad officer - with his own K-9, who quickly becomes a love interest for Brigit - a psychopathic wanna-be cowboy with issues and some serious edge-of-your-seat moments and you'll come out with a fantastic series debut. Perhaps I should check out the Tara Holloway series now....... :)
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