Dog Gone Dog: A Wine Lover's Short Story (A Wine Lover's Mystery) Kindle Edition
"Children of Blood and Bone"
Tomi Adeyemi conjures a stunning world of dark magic and danger in her West African-inspired fantasy debut. Pre-order today
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The main character in this story is so undependable that he can't even search for a lost dog without getting distracted by a pretty set of wine glasses and so materialistic and trivial that he practically throws a temper tantrum when his partner expects him to drink coffee made from preground beans.
This may be worth reading if you're a fan of the series that these characters apparently come from, but it's skippable for everybody else -- especially those of us who are used to gay men who act like actual humans and not designer-worshipping fluffheads.
The ride into town is hilarious, as Simon isn't the best of dogsitters and is easily distracted by stores, especially Valentino's that carries Gucci, Kenneth Cole and just about any designer you can think of. He does have a bit of a problem when Ollie has a little flatulence (or a lot) and Simon has to stop to put the top down on the car. Only problem is it gets stuck halfway down.
Don't worry, there is a lot more that I didn't spoil. This is a story that comes between two of the Wine Lovers books by Michelle Scott. This one doesn't have a lot to do with wine, but a couple of things are mentioned that keeps it in line with the wine theme. It's a good story and most of all, it's a very funny one.
This story is about two men who are dog-sitting. One of them loves the dog; the other doesn't. Although the story was written well and was entertaining enough, both of the men do things with the dog that were not very considerate towards the other person. One might say the actions were deceitful or sneaky. But neither of the men seemed to mind the other person's behavior, and the consequences. There wasn't any lasting damage, so if they are okay with it, I guess I am, too.