Sunday, November 5, 2017


Title: Woof at the Door
Series: Call of the Wilde #1
Author: Laura Morrigan
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Animal behaviorist Grace Wilde keeps her ability to psychically communicate with furry and feathered critters under wraps. But when a Doberman turns out to be the only witness to a crime, Grace will have to let the cat out of the bag in order to catch a killer.

Grace Wilde’s job is anything but normal. When she’s not helping out at the zoo by comforting agitated lemurs, she’s listening to the woes of annoyed house pets. Grace’s life gets even more complicated, though, when the cops summon her to a crime scene to help deal with the murder victim’s terrified Doberman.

The pooch turns out to be the only one who saw what happened the night of the shooting—and only Grace can get the information out of him. The problem is, how will Grace tell the distractingly gorgeous Sergeant Kai Duncan that it’s the dog who’s giving her the intel without spilling her big secret or sounding crazy? Left on her own, Grace will have to follow the pup’s lead to track down the killer. But she’ll have to be careful—or curiosity may end up killing the cat whisperer.

    

Grace specializes in Animals. She's been trained as a vet, but chooses a different way to help animals in a private manner, and by helping out the local zoos. When she gets a call from the police when a murder happened and the dog has gone crazy, things get crazy for Grace. For one, she has a secret ability, and another thing she may know exactly who the murderer is because the dog witnessed it. 

But there's no way she can tell the cops that, especially since she has had it rough explaining to others about her special talent. However, when things start getting more complicated she may have to spill the beans to save an innocent person's life. 


This book was a great start to this series. It was funny, very interesting, and I really enjoyed the main character. 

I will say that the only thing I didn't really like was the fact that there wasn't more about her ability, and it seemed like the heroine didn't try to improve it either. So, that was kind of a down side, but other than that I really liked the rest of it. And I liked her love interest as well. 
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