They tried to resist each other, but it was impossible. Soon their passions were unleashed, and their self-control went to the dogs...
FBI agent Jake Donnelly is not the kind of man who names a dog “Muffin.” Especially not a jowly bulldog. But now Jake's Aunt Sophie has left him her beloved Muffin, along with a sizable inheritance that has some strings attached. Jake and Muffin have to attend a two-week therapy course designed to work out any bonding issues they may have.
Enter Leanne Crosby, a pet shrink and owner of a luxury pet spa complete with private counseling sessions, a doggie dating service, and plenty of quirky advice on proper pet parenting.When the gorgeous and brilliant Dr. Crosby sets out to help Jake and Muffin become soulmates, it soon becomes obvious that she and Jake are falling in puppy love.
The story was funny and enjoyable. The reader did a good job, just not for a romance. He sounded very elderly and more fitting for Old Man and the Sea than for this story. I was sort of able to ignore it, but at times that was all I could think of. Maybe a better read than a listen if you can't get over the narrator.
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