She almost died in a fire and it wasn’t accidental… Can her trusty canine sidekick and new love interest help to reveal the arsonist before he can strike another match?
Her entire life, everyone has just assumed that Nicole “Hawk” Hawkins was a pretty face without much substance. Now to prove them all wrong, she’s taken on the toughest job she could find—as a Redwood Cove firefighter. She’s not on the job long before a deadly fire nearly takes her life, scarring and disfiguring her once gorgeous features in the process.
The worst part of it all? What happened wasn’t an accident.
Arnold “Snowball” Winters, a detective with Redwood Cove's police force, has loved Nicole since the day she first joined the station, and this new change in her appearance doesn’t change what’s in his heart. He’ll do whatever it takes to help her recover both her personal and work lives, recruiting Chance, a young Golden Retriever, to help in this mission.
No sooner is Nicole released from her lengthy hospital stay than another freak fire threatens her again—this time in her own home. Can Arnold and Chance find the culprit in time to save Nicole’s life… and maybe even win her heart while they’re at it?
Healing Hawk is book eight in the Gold Coast Retrievers series. Each book stands completely on its own, but you'll have more fun if you read them all together!
“This is such an emotional book that is hard to put down. You also need to keep the tissues handy. Nicole “Hawk” Hawkins is one tough female in one of the toughest jobs: firefighter. Injured and disfigured in a fire that was not an accident,she joins with new detective Arnold “Snowball” Winters to find the perpetrator. This story keeps you on the edge of your seat as it unfolds. I love the role Chance, a golden retriever, plays in this story. A must read!” 5 Sweet Stars from Jan T.'s Amazon Review