Corny has a unique psychic ability to communicate with animals, but can she come up with five days of perfect Valentines gifts for her tough-as-nails Seattle cop boyfriend?
Time is running out and Brutus - the horny Labrador, Molly - the hussy French Poodle, Hernando Lamberto - the prized Pekinese, Harry - the Penguin, Buddy the Butt Head - Iguana, and three raccoons all need Corny's attention.
Can she pull it all together for the perfect Valentine's Day celebration?
Book three in the series gets better. I loved the pet psychic story this time. We got more into that part of Corny's life. I love her quirky friends and assistant, could really use the back story on that.
The dialogue is still immature, but I think I am getting used to it. I am very interested in seeing how the next book will go, this one was rather short.
I listened to the audiobook narrated by Christy Williamson, who is not the right fit for this book. She has a very youthful voice that would be better suited for YA reads. While she has great energy, it only adds to the overall feel of immaturity in the story. This just wasn't the right pairing, it only served to highlight flaws. I would love to hear her on a younger read where her voice would be a real credit to the material.
Disclosure - I received a copy of this book in exchange for an honest review. All thoughts, opinions and ratings are my own.