- Paperback: 232 pages
- Publisher: STEWART'S GROVE PRESS (June 6, 2018)
- Language: English
- ISBN-10: 9780999810811
- ISBN-13: 978-0999810811
- ASIN: 0999810812
- Product Dimensions: 5.5 x 0.6 x 8.5 inches
- Shipping Weight: 10.2 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
- Average Customer Review: 5 customer reviews
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #3,289,195 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)
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You Lucky Dog Paperback – June 6, 2018
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About the Author
Debra Finerman is an American writer living part-time in Paris. The author of two published historical novels set in France, her latest book You Lucky Dog is a humorous contemporary romance. Shadow War, her second book, is a WWII novel inspired by plaques seen on walls throughout Paris dedicated to the brave Resistance Fighters shot by Nazi patrols. Her first novel, Mademoiselle Victorine, published by Random House Three Rivers Press, has been translated into six languages worldwide. Debra is a former journalist for Capital Style, The Hollywood Reporter monthly magazine, Beverly Hills Today and Beverly Hills Magazine.
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A man in a dog's body, now that's something not every widow gets to live with everyday. How lucky could Emma be?
I enjoyed every page of this book. It's more of a story of a wife and her late husband who still continued to live. Jake the dog was already cute and cuddly, but Jake the human turned into a dog, he's even more adorable! I loved how Emma treated him like a real human and not just a pet; I love Jake's protectiveness and nurturing side. I love how he turned from a squirming terrier with a bow into a superstar dog hero.
For dog lovers like me, this book is such a pleasure to read and dig your canines into while chewing a rubber ducky. I was having a ruff day earlier when I started reading You Lucky Dog, and before I knew it, I was wagging my eyebrows and chomping on my stuffed teddy bear while laughing out loud at Jake the Dog and Emma the human.. This has been such a paws-itively happy, funny and terrier-ific story! Uh, sorry for the dog puns, I am on the roll, couldn't help it. OK, I'll stop now; don't want to be accused of barking up the wrong tree!
That’s why I was so intrigued by Debra Finerman’s You Lucky Dog. The story starts with Jake attending his funeral, looking much more canine than ever. As it turns out, after a car crash his soul merged with the body of his pup. In all honest, I just adored this story. While at times cheesy and over the top, it was just so heart-warming and witty, and the perfect quick and easy beach reach. And the epilogue? That had my heart so, so happy. Who doesn’t love a good happily ever after?
My overall complaint comes with the territory of this being a quick and easy read: I really wish some of the story lines were more elaborate. It felt like there were bits and pieces that seemed to be included but never truly felt like they were crucial to the plot line. Even so, it still made a super fun read. If you’re looking for a story that just makes you smile and feel so incredibly happy, You Lucky Dog is the book for you. Thank you so much to FSB Associates for providing me with a review copy! It’s always my privilege to provide my honest thoughts and opinions.