Named one of the best dog books of 2012 by NBC Petside.com. Bouchard "writes in a natural, accessible style and Maggie is a profoundlyappealing character that the reader roots for. Yes, it's about a brokenheart, but it's also quite funny."
- Dorri Olds, NBC Petside.com
"...belongs on reading lists everywhere. It is good reading at its best!"
- Readers' Favorite
"Dog lovers take note! What the Dog Ate is acheer-me-up read, the story of a smart woman putting her life backtogether. Maggie is the character women have been waiting for - she'sclever, funny, and REAL. You'll root for her with your whole heart."
- Elsa Watson, author of Dog Days
"...a must-have for everyone's summer reading lists. ...[T]hestory is well-paced, humorously told and rife with keen observations of thehuman condition."
- Brian Douglas, Examiner.com
"Great characters and character development, including Kona (the dog);Gritty, real dialogue; Hilarious situations (canine and otherwise);Strong plot"
- Roxanne Hawn, award-winning Champion of My Heart blog
"Run, do not walk, to get this book: It's THAT good."
- Carol Bryant, Fidose of Reality.com
"I would read this book again,because I liked the way it made me feel not just in sections, but all the waythrough. That is the highest praise I can give a book."
- Tara Fox Hall, Good Book Alert blog
About the Author
Jackie Bouchard (jackiebouchard.com), an award winning and USA TODAY bestselling author, writesFido-friendly fiction. She used to be trapped in the hamster wheel ofcorporate America, but she was lucky enough to escape and now fullyunderstands the term "struggling writer." Jackie loves: reading,writing, and, yes, even 'rithmetic (seriously, algebra rocks);professional cycling; margaritas; blogging (she never thought she'd saythat, but she does); dogs in general, and her crazy rescue pupspecifically; and her hubby. (Not in that order.) Jackie dislikes: rudepeople and writing about herself in the third person. After living inSouthern California, then Bermuda, then Canada, then the East coast,Jackie and her husband settled in San Diego. American Jackie, herCanadian hubby, and her Mexican rescue mutt form their own happy littleUnited Nations. Jackie's novels include "What The Dog Ate" and "RescueMe, Maybe." Connect with her on Facebook(facebook.com/JackieBouchardWriter) and Twitter (@JackieBouchard).Jackie blogs at poochsmooches.com/