What the Cat Dragged In (Sanctuary, #2)



Don T People Know That Cats And Dogs Don T Mix Connor Ragbone Finds Things Sometimes It S Gold, Sometimes Jewels, Sometimes People Set In His Hippie Ways, He Never Thought He D Find A Pack, But With Sam And Gus And Their Goofy Shifter Family, He Fits Right In Then He Finds Brock.Shifter Brock Herman Is Undercover Alone, Working To Break Up A Poaching Ring The Last Thing He Needs Is For Connor To Wreck His Sting And Now The Crazy Bobcat Just Won T Go Away The Poachers Lead Brock And Connor On A Merry Chase All Over Western Colorado, Looking For Shifter Bears, But It S A Lost Pup Who Brings Them Back To Nevada And The Pack Sam And Gus Are Building That S When Brock Has To Decide Whether He Still Travels Alone Or If Connor And His Crazy Family Are Where His Heart Belongs.This Follow Up To Just Like Cats And Dogs Is A Feel Good Shifter Romance Novel Where Cats And Dogs Prove They Can Be Way Than The Enemies Nature Has Made Them.What the Cat Dragged In (Sanctuary, #2)

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  • ebook
  • 204 pages
  • What the Cat Dragged In (Sanctuary, #2)
  • B.A. Tortuga
  • English
  • 04 August 2018

10 thoughts on “What the Cat Dragged In (Sanctuary, #2)

  1. says:

    Well that was fun I was fortunate enough to be able to review the first book in this series on audio a few months ago and I really enjoyed it so when I saw the second book was out on audiowell, of course I had to snap that furbaby up and am I ever glad that I did because once again I enjoyed the hell outta this Gus and Sam are back along with the rest of their pack along with Joe Formichella, who s giving voice to the usual characters along with Connor Ragbone, whom we ve already met an Well that was fun I was fortunate enough to be able to review the first book in this series on audio a few months ago and I really enjoyed it so when I saw the second book was out on audiowell, of course I had to snap that furbaby up and am I ever glad that I did because once again I enjoyed the hell outta this Gus and Sam are back along with the re...

  2. says:

    Whoever said cats and dogs don t get along hasn t met the feline and lupine shifters of this series What a fun follow up to the first book Also, while this could be read as a standalone, you d miss out if you didn t read about Sam a panther and Gus a wolf getting together in the first one.In this book, we have Connor Ragbone, a bobcat shifter, and Brock Herman, a wolf shifter like Gus Connor finds things Something inside him pulls him in a certain direction, calling to him, even though h Whoever said cats and dogs don t get along hasn t met the feline and lupine shifters of this series What a fun follow up to the first book Also, while this could be read as a standalone, you d miss out if you didn t read about Sam a panther and Gus a wolf getting together in the first one.In this book, we have Connor Ragbone, a bobcat shifter, and Brock Herman, a wolf shifter like Gus Connor finds things Something inside him pulls him in a certain direction, calling to him, even though he never knows what he might...

  3. says:

    Cats and dogs not mixing is, apparently, a total rumor, at least based on what happens in this series After wolf Gus and panther Sam got together in Just Like Cats and Dogs , this time it is bobcat Connor and wolf Brock s turn Their story is unusual, full of adventures and danger, and while Brock doesn t think he needs anyone especially not a mate , he soon discovers he and Connor work really...

  4. says:

    This could be read as a stand alone, but the story will beenjoyable if you read Sanctuary 1 first I really enjoyed this book it had me laughing, chuckling and chortling the entire way through It had a great blend of sweetness, a tiny bit of uncertainty, and, as the blurb notes, this is a feel good shifter romance Premise of the book is Connor is a bobcat, a Finder of lost things, and a loner He finds Brock in the middle of a poaching sting, much to Brock s annoyance When things g This could be read as a stand alone, but the...

  5. says:

    3.5 STARSWhat the Cat Dragged In is book two in the Sanctuary series and I think it s best read as such I read the first book in the series when it was first released and after just a few chapters of book two, I decided a re read of Just Like Cats and Dogs was in order Connor is a character who was introduced in the previous book, and those first main characters also play a big role here You could read this one as a standalone, but you definitely won t enjoy it as much.The blurb calls this a 3.5 STARSWhat the Cat Dragged In is book two in the Sanctuary series and I think it s best read as such I read the first book in the ...

  6. says:

    Independent reviewer for Divine Magazine, I was gifted my copy of the book.Connor finds things He finds Brock Brock wasn t aware he was lost, he is just undercover, trying to catch the poachers from getting any bears But thetime Brock spends with Connor, thehe realises, that maybe, just maybe, he really DID need finding and bringing home, to Connor Book two in the Sanctuary series, but you don t need to have read book one, Just Like Cats and Dogs, for this one to make sense Independent reviewer for Divine Magazine, I was gifted my copy of the book.Connor finds things He finds Brock Brock wasn t aware he was lost, he is just undercover, trying to catch the poachers from getting any bears But thetime Brock spends with Connor, thehe realises, that maybe, just maybe, he really DID need finding and bringing home, to Connor Book two in the Sanctuary series, but you don t need to have read book one, Just Like Cats and Dogs, for this one to make sense While Sam and Gus play a part here, you don t need their story to enjoy Connor and Brock s story I have though and I find myself comparing the two Because I had issues with book one But here NONE No issues, not complaints not a single thing can I fault this book for I LOVED this one Connor s mind takes some following, though He flits around like a bee on flowers, and his tho...

  7. says:

    What the Cat Dragged in is book 2 in the Sanctuary series You may be able to read it on its own but I think you would enjoy itif you read book one first as it sets up the background and you will know some of the other character better.Connor Ragbone is a bobcat shifter and a finder He finds missing persons and even things He can t help when he gets a call but when he does he has to go find the lost thing He has just dropped f a recued coyote shifter, sent some time with his family of s What the Cat Dragged in is book 2 in the Sanctuary series You may be able to read it on its own but I think you would enjoy itif you read book one first as it sets up the back...

  8. says:

    Excellent story and I can t wait for the next one My only iss is with the cover, Conner has dreadlocks and Brock lookslike a coyote then a wolf I love the whole finding things and I hope we seeof that in future books cause yes I want to see what is to be found that they ran off to find at the end o...

  9. says:

    MORE PLEASE This is the 2nd book the series and plenty, plenty, plenty of room forLoved Brock and Connor and that s saying something as I m not fond of dreadlocks it s a sweet romance from the get go and I really want to seeof Connor s gift in the next books please let there bebooks

  10. says:

    3.5 rounded up to 4 furry feline stars Love Connor s character, his harmonious groove, so to speak, and his willingness to listen to what the Universe is telling him A fun and fluffy installment in the Sanctuary series.

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