Friday, April 8, 2016

Review: The Vixen and the Vet by Katy Regnery

I'm going to say it. Sometimes people judge a book by its cover. I'm guilty of that. While The Vixen and the Vet may sport a sexy looking cover, what follows beyond that is so much more. There's a story here. Hurt. Resentment. Betrayal. Heartache. Strength. Love. It touched on all those things.

Asher Lee nearly lost his life in service to his country. Hey may have lived, but he wasn't the same. War left him disfigured. You would think this man would be honored and receive a hero's welcome in his hometown of Danvers, Virginia-a place where he spent his whole life and has deep roots-but sadly that wasn't the case. He was ostracized. Excluded and frowned upon for his appearance. So, sadly, Asher kept to himself. Secluded in his home. For eight years.

Savannah Carmichael is back in Danvers to lick her wounds. Fired from her job as an investigative reporter for a newspaper, she tries to get her journalism career back on track. Her one shot is to write a human interest piece on the town's recluse, Asher. It doesn't take long before feelings come into play, crossing that line between professional and personal. But as she's so focused on reviving her career, she misses the biggest picture. And that could cost her more than she ever imagined.

The Vixen and the Vet is a modern-retelling of the classic Beauty and the Beast. And just like the charming old story, this one is sure to capture your heart as well.

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