I will be forever grateful for the day when I was walking through Walmart last year and discovered a paperback copy of the first of the Rescue Me series. Nowhere near the book section of the store, it seemed to be placed next to the dog food I was purchasing specifically so that I could discover it. I took a chance, and brought it home with me.
I read through the first book in two days. Soon after, I couldn't get these characters out of my head, so I purchased the second on Kindle. I also finished that one in two days.
I have been eagerly awaiting the release of this third instalment, and read it all in a single day. It was so good.
I was surprised that the author introduced something new this time around. Certain parts of the book were written from the dog's perspective. I was nervous when I discovered this, because more often than not, it turns out corny and juvenile. Thankfully, that's not what happened here. Burns didn't overdo it, and it was a good representation without being over the top.
The love story was sweet, paced well, and not gratuitous. I truly enjoyed it. I will definitely be on the watch for another addition to the series.