The Woof in the Wedding Plans (Silver State Romance Book 2) Kindle Edition
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- Publication date : August 27, 2011
- File size : 247 KB
- Print length : 65 pages
- ASIN : B005JSPBV6
- Word Wise : Enabled
- Screen Reader : Supported
- Text-to-Speech : Enabled
- Simultaneous device usage : Unlimited
- X-Ray : Enabled
- Language: : English
- Enhanced typesetting : Enabled
- Lending : Enabled
- Best Sellers Rank: #1,145,482 in Kindle Store (See Top 100 in Kindle Store)
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Come along for the ride as Terri tries to salvage her marriage plans and save her man.
This is a cute novella about the stresses of Terri and Russ leading up to their wedding day. I loved the dogs in the book and the German commands. I liked the pace of the book. I felt that the whole story was told and not rushed. There was also some nice suspense added in that I didn't really expect. I also loved that Angel, the wild and crazy German shephard, found his niche by helping Toby, an autistic child, stay calm during a crazy scene in the book, which led him to begin to train as a therapy dog. Good story and I even downloaded the prequel to this, North Rim Delight.
I didn't like the extended scene of Terri driving around with the 3 dogs. Angel was very badly behaved, and after awhile I began to be irritated with him, and with Terri for taking him with her everywhere she went. I also didn't like Meredith, Toby's mother. Too whiney, annoying and stupid for my taste.
This novella referenced events that took place in an earlier book. I think it would be fun to go back and read that one, although now I know how it will end.
Top reviews from other countries
This is a quick read but very entertaining and funny. I liked the authors descriptive and free flowing style. The characters were fun and I really felt Terri's growing frustration as the days events unfolded. Russ is a nice guy. I also thought the side characters were well developed for such a short story. A highly enjoyable read.
The story also involves Sara & Meredith. Sara works for Russ, her daughter Meredith has an autistic son Toby. It is heart-warming to see the care devoted to this child.
The whole story evolves over the space of one morning. Terri cannot get in touch with Russ and thinks the worst. It is well written and easy to follow, with very realistic characters. Read this within a few hours and would recommend as it is very enjoyable.
(My only problem with it is, as this is an American story and I'm English, there were a few things that I didn't really understand and had to work out for myself. The bail-bond stuff, the acronyms - CCW etc. But that's not really a criticism, it's just a lack of my knowledge of all things American! However, I have just had another look at the author's Kindle page and this looks like it is probably a follow on story from another book - which may explain my problems with some of the terminology! Duh!)
This book resonated with me as it touched a subject very close to my heart. I shall not spoil the story but animals are most incredibly perceptive and hugely valuable.
My only slight complaint if you could call it one is I wanted more more more