- File Size: 1283 KB
- Print Length: 385 pages
- Page Numbers Source ISBN: 1546496726
- Simultaneous Device Usage: Unlimited
- Publication Date: June 1, 2017
- Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
- Language: English
- ASIN: B071PCLJ95
- Text-to-Speech: Enabled
- Word Wise: Enabled
- Lending: Enabled
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #6,635 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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After falling in love with the tiny puppy she chose to name Mouse at the pound, and taking him home, Madeline quickly realizes that he's going to grow much larger than she'd been lead to believe, and that keeping him, and doing right by him is going to be a challenge.
Adam Foxe, who manages to have two encounters with Madeline and Mouse in the one day, first as Mouse's victim and only shortly thereafter as his vet, has a very different challenge on his hands. On the one hand, after the events that led him to abandon his home and practice in Chicago, he's got absolutely no interest in getting back into the dating scene anytime soon. On the other hand, he can't seem to stop thinking about the brunette who's in over her head with the big dog with a little name, nor can he seem to stop running into her. On the other hand, his endearingly interfering mother is insisting that he bring the girlfriend that he just made up on the spot to the family barbecue on the weekend.
Yes, that's three hands and that's just a tiny hint as to how muddled and confused this wonderful story can get.
The thing about wanting something and not wanting it at the same time is that it inevitably sends off mixed messages because they're not really mixed at all, just overlapping and contradictory, and R.S. Grey's adorably delightful romantic comedy is dominated by two characters who aren't entirely sure what they want or when they want it and time and again confuse not just each other, but even themselves about what's going on between them.
Even allowing for having to spend a few hours at work, I sprinted through this book in a matter of hours and, for the most part, had a smile on my face all the way through.
There were moments that were tense and moments that were contemplative, moments that were sad, and moments that were beautifully intimate, but for the most part, the most memorable parts, were just delightfully funny, so much so that on several occasions I felt compelled to read excerpts out to the wife to share the mirth.
So if you're in the need for a pick-me-up. Something to lighten your load and brighten your day (or night) I heartily recommend this book. It certainly brightened my day
I’ve read and loved so many of this author’s work but with this one, she has done something so absolutely amazing with in my opinion. The characters are utterly lovable. I found Madeleine to be outright charming – quirks and all. She appealed so greatly to me because she was someone who many of us could relate to. From her frustrations with her job to her dream of finding the right person to settle down with. It was her journey to finally falling into step with her career and to finding the right person for her that kept me entertained in the best way possible. Adam was just the right fit for Madeleine. Someone who had a solid and respectful career but also someone who’d been burned romantically in the past. One who had promised to shy away from any romantic notions, afraid to get hurt again. With Madeleine needing some foundation to take root, Adam was just the right person to provide that for her while Adam needed someone who believed in a happily ever after and one who was able to bring some lightness to his world.
The character interaction and the pacing were on point from start to finish. My eyes stayed glued to every page, never once missing a beat. The supporting cast was just as entertaining as the lead protagonists. I was literally clutching on to my stomach while I erupted in rowdy laughter. There is no better feeling than getting to swoon and laugh all at the same time. Oh em gee, the shenanigans that Madeleine and Adam would find themselves in! One of the BEST!
I can’t possibly end this review without mentioning Mouse, Madeleine’s puppy. That adorable monster who was the catalyst to this whole story line. I promise, you won’t finish this book without falling in love with him just as equally as his humans.
If you are in the market for an easy breezy read with tons of laugh out loud humor and a full cast that is wonderfully hilarious then look no more! The Foxe and The Hound is THE PERFECT poolside/inside/wherever-side summer read.
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Will definitely read more from this author.