|Mike had come to the reservation to fulfill his need to help and to get far away from the violence that had been part of his life since childhood. He starts up a shelter for abused and neglected animals, especially dogs. There's great need for the shelter if he can get the residents to trust him. Adam Bolt works with youth on the reservation. The lure of the gangs had taken his kid brother, but he would try to prevent it from happening to another boy. Uncertain of the do-gooder who wants to help animals, Adam watches and waits. He can't deny his attraction to Mike nor can he miss the man's initial fear of his biker image. Danger forces them together but chemistry and a kindred spirit could offer something so much more.
I had a couple of hours to myself last weekend and went searching for a short read. I immediately chose this one from Ms. O'Dare. I find her stories to be touching, sexy and timely. Rez Dogs and Scooter Trash is no exception. Mike and Adam are very likable characters and story is interesting and engaging. There's just enough action to move the story along but still keep it a 'one sitting read'. Despite its shorter length, I felt like I knew Mike and Adam and I found their moments together very heartfelt. The author creates damaged, realistic characters and gives them hope. I was hooked from the first page. A wonderful way to spend an afternoon.
Reviewer: Susan P.
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