Third in a fun, funny contemporary romance series about the passions and perils of a local dog park in trendy Miami Beach. Danielle Morrow works tirelessly for the greyhound rescue as an adoption coordinator, rehabilitating retired racing dogs and helping them find forever homes. She guards her heart as vigilantly as her three adopted greyhounds guard her home. One heartbreak per lifetime is enough for any woman, and no one she's met since her high school boyfriend dumped her to join the military has ever tempted her enough to risk love again. Knox Donovan expected to be career military, but an injury results in an honourable discharge that leaves him uncertain of his future. When his brothers ask him to come back to Miami to help manage their new condo conversion, he figures he can at least advise them about security systems before declining the job. He has no intention of staying in the city that has nothing but bad memories for him. Knox is reminded that not all his memories of growing up in Miami Beach are bad when he sees Danielle again at the monthly Adoption Day celebration his brothers host at the local dog park. Fourteen years haven't softened the harsh words he said to her when he left for the marines, and Danielle hates how much it hurts to see Knox again, to remember their love and the baby she lost that he never even knew about. But Knox is different now, more hard-edged and suspicious, and when he bonds with the retired racing greyhound, Sarge, Danielle's cool reserve begins to melt. Sarge needs special care after the injuries that ended his racing career, and it's not too long before Danielle realises that Knox does, too. Can Danielle trust her heart to the one man who's ever broken it?