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Paw and Order: Exclusive Excerpt

An exclusive excerpt of Chapters 1-3 from Diane Kelly's Paw and Order (December 30, 2014) is available on Heroes and Heartbreakers to members.

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Paw and Order by Diane Kelly

Police officer Megan Luz and her loyal K-9 partner Brigit are back on the beat—and under the gun—when the local rodeo show goes to the dogs…

After capturing the notorious Fort Worth “Tunabomber,” Megan and Brigit are practically celebrities. Which is why the police chief lassoed them into doing rodeo duty —mostly as a public relations stunt for the department. Megan’s not a fan of calf roping, bull riding, or goat milking contests. But when a thief appears to be working the circuit, her trusty K-9 partner starts sniffing for clues…

The culprit is “Robin Hood,” a young Texas golddigger who steals from the rich to give to the poor—namely, herself. With Brigit hot on the trail, Megan has to juggle her on-again off-again reputation in the FWPD with her on-again off-again relationship with sexy bomb-squader Seth Rutledge. This time, Megan is determined to rope in her suspect and her man…before chaos, and/or her trusted furry partner, is unleashed.

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Chapter 1: IT’S CONVOLUTED
Fort Worth Police Officer Megan Luz

January 1. A new year full of new resolutions, new possibilities, new opportunities.

I was lucky I’d lived to see it. A mere twelve hours ago I’d been tied to a carousel horse with explosives strapped to my chest. If not for bomb squad officer Seth Rutledge I’d be nothing more than a Hefty bag full of body parts right now. Seth had stayed on task right down to the wire, risking his own life to dismantle the bomb, finishing with a mere three seconds to spare.