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Vet Found (Hiding Hounds #2)

3.7 of 5 stars 3.70  ·  rating details  ·  341 ratings  ·  18 reviews
[Siren Classic ManLove: Erotic Alternative Paranormal Romance, M/M, shape-shifters, bondage, sex toys, public exhibition]

When Dr. Cameron Dalton agrees to treat an entire pack of shifters dying from a form of parvo, he has no idea that he'll be getting more than he bargained for. He definitely doesn't expect to be peed on by an adorable golden retriever puppy upon arrival.
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ebook, 114 pages
Published June 2nd 2011 by Siren-Bookstrand, Inc.
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MM Small Shifters
4th out of 13 books — 5 voters
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Gay Romance Featuring Veterinarians
20th out of 50 books — 11 voters


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Serena Yates
This second story about the puppy shifters is just as cute as the first. The focus here starts to shift from introducing the 'new world' to showing how the puppy pack, despised and misunderstood by many other shifters, starts getting help. Dealing with the outside world isn't easy for them, but that makes for a more tension.

Quaid is the perfect puppy, except, he's an empath too, which leads to all sorts of problems and issues, including him being exploited by a ruthless alpha. As in the first bo
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Kelly
This is one steamy book! I love it!

Dr Cameron really hasn't a clue what he is getting himself in for when he agrees to head up into the mountains to a small community of puppy shifters. He wants to help them, stop them from dying out due to disease. He is evious of the relationship between his friend and Randalls mate but doesn't think that he will ever find someone. Until he meets Quaid.

Quiad has secrets he is ashamed of and even though he has found and claimed his mate it is still not easy f
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Gem1
Loved the humor, but the sex scenes through me off. They seemed forced and unnecessary, but I feel that way about all of her books. They are like a train wreck for me. I don't want to read, but I can't stay away. The only other thing that took this book from 4 stars to 3 is the fact that there were parts when I didn't realize that she had switched points of view between the main characters. Example, there were times when Quaid was telling the story, then halfway through the next paragraph, I wou ...more
Ter
Not as good as the first one.
the writing style (as others have commented on) was hard to follow at times, it seemed to get better second half, or I just got use to it, but at times you couldn't tell you was talking.
And the way Quaid has to deal with the pain he feels from an empath is different, but it seems at first it takes a lot of anger that he feels from others to put him in pain, but later on any negative emotions at all makes him in serious pain. I think it just cause she likes to write p
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Anne
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Noor
good book, the story was ok, it was more real and slower then the first and overall it was interesting and did not get boring
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As soon as I finished reading this story, I just wanted to turn back to page one and start all over again. While the story may have been over, I was not ready to leave these mesmerizing characters.

Reading Quaid’s background almost brought me to tears. Not only was his story tragic but the author had me so emotionally attached to his character I felt as if he was a real friend of mind instead of just a character in a story. Then when Ca
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Candice
Why do I do this to myself? Quaid and Cameron. Yeah, no. Cameron jumped to conclusions, but Quaid never put his foot down and said "damn it listen to me!" How in the hell are Cameron and Quaid supposed to have a relationship if they can't show emotions? They have to be lovey dovey all the time? Yeah, cause that's normal. The public sex was just too much. It got old after the first couple of times.

I'm a sucker and will probably buy the 3rd one, if it ever gets written. Slade interests me.
Tina
2 1/2 stars....As a fan of Joyee Flynn this book did not live up to some of her others. Although I loved the concept of this story I really had a problem the the 1st person story telling. Like most romance readers, I find reading a 1st person story is NOT very enjoyable. It's rare that the writing is done so well your lost in the story. But with most first person stories you miss out on the emotions of all the characters. The emotion being the driving force of any good romance. But in this story ...more
adrienne
typical joyee flynn serial romance. nothing fantastic, nothing so bad it can't be finished. what is typical joyee flynn? imagine a shorter harlequin romance but with no t&a (see, i was going to write no surprise pregnancies, but... yeah.).

out of sheer laziness, i will be using this as my template for all books by :
joyee flynn
sunny day
lynn hagen
stormy glenn
scarlett hyacinth
carol lynne
gabrielle evans

unless otherwise noted. i'd apologize, but i'm not sorry. i figure it's about as much time as
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Davina
feel so sad for Quaid with what he had to deal with growing up and the only method he can use just to get away from the constant pain around his peeps. twisted aplha there's got to be one around huh. throw in a mate who listen to what the others say instead of getting to know why its that way, heartbreak. things do work out thou
Raellynn
Again, was a little confusing with the constant shift of which character is currently using 'I'. Probably would have preferred overall 3rd person to avoid confusion. Other then that the plot was good.
Paws
Dec 04, 2012 Paws rated it 4 of 5 stars
Shelves: dogs
These type of stories are just like crack. Not very good for you, but just a lot of fun! Hard to follow the POV. The story line was more intricate than the first, and interesting.
Rae
I only managed to get a quarter of the way through this one before I had to give up. The writing style was not to my taste at all.
Clover
nice read but the constant change between the 2 main characters POV was a little bit disturbing.
Frank
great shifter story
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