"Holly Winter likes to be appreciated - just not so forcibly. When she and her two Alaskan malamutes, Rowdy and Kimi, are ushered into Enzio Guarini's black limo, she finds that her reputation as a dog trainer has attracted a very insistent new client. An entrepreneur of some notoriety, Guarini oversees a big-business empire of loan sharking, drug trafficking, gambling, prostitution, and money laundering. But there's one thing the wiseguy can't handle: his new four-month-old Elkhound puppy, named Frey." "Enter Holly Winter, dog trainer to the Mob. All she has to do is overlook the fact that Frey's owner has killed so many people even the FBI's lost count. Easier said than done. One day into training and Guarini's right-hand man is shot dead. The official story is a heart attack. Holly knows better. Between jumpstarting a romance on the side and teaching a tough pup to fetch, she's found herself in the middle of a vendetta with a family well-trained in murder. And it's going to take more than her understanding of the animal instinct to get away without getting bitten."--BOOK JACKET.
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