Deciding to escape her disaster of a life, Sarah Buchanan takes a temporary position with her company overseas. But that means leaving her dog, Bentley, at home. So when Natalie Fox finds a skinny, terrified dog outside the bakery, the blue-eyed canine becomes the catalyst for a relationship between the two polar opposites. Can two very different women and a dog make a perfect recipe for love?
©2008 Georgia Beers (P)2016 Bold Strokes Books Inc
Welcome to our group Dakota; welcome to my life Summer, you've made it so much better. Give back to our wounded warriors who gave so much.
There is much to like about the works of Georgia Beers. For starters she is quite good at putting sentences together, they flow smoothly and the narrators who read her work are good as well. However this is the seventh book of hers I've read/ listened to and the increasingly derivative plots are becoming tiresome. The same 'ole misunderstandings and problems due to a lack of communication that are the essence of her main relationships once again rear their ugly heads. Then there are the two principal female characters; one is Sara who comes off mainly as an unlikable pain in the ass, she really would have to be hot to keep Natalie interested; it isn't as if she offers her much other reason for her interest. Natalie, contains two dimensions at most, she is the quintessential good girl, always giving of herself and her time. The's book's supporting characters are equally vague and indefinite as well, none of them are well drawn enough to be capable of lifting this pedestrian effort past the point of mediocrity. To add one more cactus spine to my feet both characters have the typical low body count when it comes to their sexual histories. As they always seem to be in any or all romance novels my age happens to fit halfway between the two main characters and unlike me and my equally slutty friends they obviously deserve the love of a good woman, or man, while just as obviously we do not.
Absolutely lost myself in this book .. Fantastic X
I would 100% recommend this book to anyone.
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