What the Cat Dragged In (Sanctuary #2) by B.A. Tortuga #mm #review @batortuga @dreamspinners

Disclaimer MaleTAGDon’t people know that cats and dogs don’t mix?

Connor Ragbone finds things. Sometimes it’s gold, sometimes jewels, sometimes people. Set in his hippie ways, he never thought he’d find a pack, but with Sam and Gus and their goofy shifter family, he fits right in. Then he finds Brock.

Shifter Brock Herman is undercover alone, working to break up a poaching ring. The last thing he needs is for Connor to wreck his sting. And now the crazy bobcat just won’t go away!

The poachers lead Brock and Connor on a merry chase all over Western Colorado, looking for shifter bears, but it’s a lost pup who brings them back to Nevada and the pack Sam and Gus are building. That’s when Brock has to decide whether he still travels alone or if Connor and his crazy family are where his heart belongs.

This follow-up to Just Like Cats and Dogs is a feel-good shifter romance novel where cats and dogs prove they can be way more than the enemies nature has made them. addtogoodreads_zps55cd15da14

This is the second book of the series.

It is every bit as spellbinding as the first one. When you meet Conner you will fall in love with this strange but loveable man. He has the unique need to find things that need to be found. It gets him in all kinds of situations, some good some dangerous. When the need is there he must follow it. When he finds Brock he is not sure why but thats ok, he will figure it out.

Brock is a take charge mans man, he has a dangerous job. When a man who is more like the laid back hippies, suddenly shows up he is confused. Conner is unlike anyone he’s ever seen.

As these two try to figure things out between themselves, fate throws danger in the mix. But love and mates will always work things out.

I absolutely loved the newest addition to this series. It flowed and was easy to read. The cast of characters was varied and interesting. I am so excited for the next book to come out!

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