- File Size: 682 KB
- Print Length: 60 pages
- Publisher: Harvest House Publishers (April 25, 2017)
- Publication Date: April 11, 2017
- Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
- Language: English
- ASIN: B06Y4KSHLV
- Text-to-Speech: Enabled
- Word Wise: Enabled
- Lending: Enabled
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #1,649 Free in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Free in Kindle Store)
Love at First Bark (Free Short Story): A Novella for Dog Lovers (Love Unleashed) Kindle Edition
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It says on the cover 'A Novella for Dog Lovers' and that is absolutely true. I count myself as a dog lover, well animal lover in general, and fell in love with the mischievous dog featured in this story. He's a wonderful little fella'. There was a really great quote in here that I loved so much because it's so true: “That's the great thing about dogs, isn't it? They look at you like you're a hero just for loving them.”
Love at First Bark was a great, short novella that can be read in one afternoon. Highly recommend!
What i found so charming and made me absolutely fall for this story was not just the HEA, or the gorgeous way the characters and the story were described and conveyed, not even the little mischievous one.
It was the way it was told, it gives the reader a generous amount of feel good. Brings a smile to the face, and that occurred already after a few pages, like sheer magic.
~*I think its important to know the standpoint of the reviewers when they write a review,and mine is this: I have had a nasty fall that dislocated hip, knee and under-leg, needless to say I’m currently in a wheelchair, not much to smile for since pain is bad and blizzards prevents me from going out. *~
Then you can understand the amazing thing that this book did: It made me forget it all and smile, giggle, and feel-good. ♥️
Dana's stories are so good.
Marcy Deveraux is frustrated. She has worked at her family's diner her whole life but during a whirlwind romance she had wrote several stories about her prince charming. She became a best selling author but after the destruction of that relationship she seems to be unable to write a single word. She rents a cabin to try jump-start her writing. She gets ready to sit down and write when a little whirlwind chases a squirrel through her cabin. She is sure its a porcupine. Along comes a hunky cowboy who saves the day. But a cowboy isn't the hero she needs in her new story.
Cowboy Jackson Parker comes to the rescue of the beautiful young woman renting one of the cabins on the ranch. She says she's a writer and he's heard of her work but when he gets a glimpse of her notebook all he sees is recipes. Is she writing a cookbook or a romance? He takes care of the little dog but the dog seems to be matchmaking as he brings them together time and time again.
A journey of two soul who are searching for their soul mate and are brought together by a little dog that loves them both. God has a plan for these two, a plan for a hope and a future. God has a plan for you too.Give Him your heart and watch him turn your life around.
It mentions God and His plans and it was more or less a clean read. I didn't find the spiritual aspect completely convincing but it was at least there.
If you like a short, sweet read, I'm sure you'll enjoy this story.
Was a free Kindle download, thanks by the way, but would have paid too much at $.99 .
Jackson is the cowboy that comes to her rescue when she tries to chase the to furry creatures out of her house. His day job is running the stables at the campground. He points out to her that the “porcupine”, is in fact a dog that had been running through hay.
I was looking for a good short story that would tug at my heartstrings, but sadly this wasn’t it. The writing is good, characters at times are one dimensional, and the plot is balanced, just a bit rushed (which sometimes happens with a short story). I’m not sure if I will continue with this series at this point.
Sweet romance that took only a few hours to read. Appreciated the no vulgar language between the pages, and that the characters reference their faith more than once to help them follow their dreams.
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