Maybe Charlie Rockwell should have thought a little harder before adopting the large, out-of-control rescue dog she saw featured on the local news - but, then again, her life has always been best with no waiting, no attachments, nobody to hold her back.
Will Porter lives a life of order and routine, so, of course, he's miffed when a savage Rottweiler picks a fight with his golden retriever at the dog park. His anger quickly vanishes when he looks into the tearful eyes of the dog's owner - eyes that look strikingly similar to his ex's. Even though he'd like nothing more than to run in the other direction, he's unable to ignore the beautiful stranger's request for help in taming her new dog.
Can Will get past her resemblance to his ex and finally learn to love - and trust - again? And can Charlie find the fun in a simpler existence? Who knows, maybe opposites really do attract.
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Melissa Storm pulls another wonderful arrow from her quiver for this next Cupid's Bow story. No bones about it, it's very fetching. You won't want to press paws...I mean pause on this fun little tale. Once again, I thoroughly love Melissa's writing.
Will is still hurting from what his ex did to him and tries to maintain his distance from Charlie.
Charlie has lived her life never looking for anything permanent because of misconceptions about her Grandmother's relationship and lifestyle. She has never taken the time to grow up and realize that flings offer her no emotional stability. Her revelations brought the story together.
A cute story of two seemingly opposites grow together.
This was an okay story. I enjoyed it but something just didn't seem to click for me regarding the narrator. I can't quite pinpoint what it was but something was just off for me.
This is a wonderful story..The narrative is great in voicing the different characters.
Charlie is such a fun character, she knows absolutely nothing about owning a dog,it's care,training etc.much less a full grown Rottweiler that she brings home from the animal shelter rescue...but she felt sorry for him because he has been there for awhile and no one seemed to want him.
I especially love the part where the narrator describes how the dog is drooling,pees on the carpet,and has a great pull when Charlie walks with him.
The whole story is based on how Charlie took a chance on a rescue dog,and meeting Will and his well behaved dog at the dog park. Will agrees to help Charlie with some dog training,and that brings them together ...
This story shows that sometimes when you take a chance on something/someone else in life, that good things like love can come from the least places that you can imagine..
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