Two years ago Memorable Monday was born and I’ve been sharing some of my favorite reads from the past prior to my blogging/reviewing days. It’s been a lot of fun but admittedly it has started to get a little tough thinking about which reads to share. This is the farewell post to Memorable Monday, but next week we’ll be starting an all-new series called “Must Get Monday” which will be featuring new or upcoming releases that we can’t wait to get our hands on. Feel free to join in for the fun as well!
With that said, my final (at least for now) Memorable Monday selection is:
Yes, It’s only been about 6 months since I’v read this one so it’s not too far in the past, BUT it certainly has earned it’s memorable status. I was actually at the author’s house back in November and read it while I was there. (Kim was also supposed to be in my neck of the woods right now for a tour but… COVID 😭) It’s kinda fun reading when the author is sitting next to you… especially when you make facial expressions and random noises as you get into it haha. I really loved this one though, and still can’t get over the fact that Kayla was only a young teenager when she co-authored this because it was so wonderfully done.
If you want to check out my full review click HERE.
About the Book:
Anesia Naltsiine has made mistakes that have cost her-and her 13-year old daughter, Zoya-dearly. But no more. She will prove her worth as a mother and as a breeder of champion sprint racing dogs. Her kennel is so successful that buyers come from all over the world. So why does she still feel so worthless?
Zoya misses the dad she never knew. All she wants is to follow in his footsteps as a champion sprint dog racer. But when she witnesses a murder in their town of North Pole, Alaska, she finds herself thrown into dangers and emotions she can’t begin to understand.
Enter Sean Connelly, a new employee at the kennel with demons of his own. When he discovers macrochips bearing military secrets implanted in the Naltsiine’s dogs, a puzzle tracing back to the murder unfolds. Then strange “accidents” start happening; clearly someone wants Zoya silenced. Anesia tells her daughter it’s not safe to race, but Zoya, angry with the world- and God-takes off across dangerous Alaskan terrain alone. Anesia and Sean must race against time to save the girl-and themselves.