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  • InstaLove

    The dogmother grandma's are at it again with their matchmaking skills . This time with Sadie and Connor, who are both running for mayor of their hometown, Bitter Bark. Sadie has just returned from Washington DC where she was involved in politics and just broke up with her boyfriend. Connor is a local firefighter/EMT. who has a new sidekick, Frank. Frank is a canine, who helped rescue a small child. Soon a law is uncovered that might change the whole campaign. This is a book that I had a hard time putting down. Many happy tears and laugh out moments that will keep you turning the pages. Is it instalove?? One of my favorite couples, including Frank!! This book can be read as a stand alone. Enjoy!!

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  • Another win for the Dogmothers!!!

    This is such a wonderful read. Nothing like a good looking firefighter with a dog to pull on the heartstrings. There were a couple of times I got teared up with Sadie & Connor, and Demi & Frank. I think the animals deserve as much credit as the Dogmothers. I think this one tops my favorites list. Leave it to a Hot Fireman to start a fire and put it out!!!

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  • Frankendog for Mayor

    I LOVED Connor and Sadie’s amazing story in Chasing Tail by Roxanne St. Claire, book three in her Dogmother series. Firefighter Connor Mahoney is the jokester, flirt, womanizer, who is seldom taken seriously. So when he decides to run for mayor of Bitter Bark, it’s the same old thing, no one believes him. Connor figures he has the ability to win the race by putting Frank, an abandoned canine who saved a drowning child, on the ticket with him. As usual, the Dogmothers have to play matchmaker, by sending Sadie Hartman to Connor with the idea that she would be the perfect campaign manager for him. After all she just returned to Bitter Bark from working in Washington, DC. Sadie doesn’t want that job, no matter how hot and sexy Connor is, or how often they might end up being together. Sadie discovered that another mayoral candidate is in the race, a man who was instrumental in wrecking her family. Uncertain the “dog and firefighter” ticket can win over the other candidate, Sadie launches her own campaign to become the mayor. When an archaic law, written by the founder of Bitter Bark, is discovered, Sadie and Connor join forces, in an unexpected manner in order to stay in the race and beat the third candidate. Sadie and Connor soon discover that running against each other is almost as good as running together as a team. I found Connor to be more authentic that his colleagues and family gave him credit. Connor adopting an abandoned dog, who saved the day, warmed my heart. Sadie was no longer the resentful school girl who thought Connor was all talk and no action. The attraction and magnetism between these two pushed them together, giving them a chance to realize their friendship wasn’t fake. The friendship between Connor’s dog, Frank, and Sadie’s cat, Demi, was so sweet; setting the example that Connor and Sadie also belonged together. Ms. St. Claire wrote a fun, flirty and amazing story that is not to be missed. She provided a tale rich with emotions, off the charts sexual chemistry, humor, and charming characters giving Connor and Sadie a chance at love, happiness, and a future neither expected. I highly recommend Chasing Tail to other readers and look forward to the next book in this wonderful series. I voluntarily reviewed a complimentary copy of this book.

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  • This story is perfection

    EMT Firefighter Connor Mahoney may be the laid back, always joking around, love 'em and leave 'em type but one thing he knows for sure, he wants to be the next mayor of Bitter Bark. When one of his rescues includes a child and a stray dog, Connor decides to adopt and use the dog "Frank" as his campaign sidekick. Life is going well until Mercedes "Sadie" Hartman rolls back into town and throws a wrench into his plans. Sadie also decides to run for mayor because she will do anything to prevent Mitch Easterbrook, the man who broke up her family, from winning the election. When Connor and Sadie find out about a certain rule that any mayor must adhere to, they decide to join forces in order to defeat Mitch. While Connor would like nothing more than spending more time Sadie, she is very reluctant because of recently being burned while she was in Washington, D.C. Of course the more time these two spend together, the more they realize that there may be more to this alliance than they originally thought. In true Roxanne St. Claire storytelling you will fall in love with this couple, a dog and even a cat this time! All of our favorite Mahoney's, Kilcannon's and Santorini's make a showing. I just adore this series and can't wait for John Santorini's story which is next!

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  • Incredible Love Story With A Dog & Cat

    Another incredible tale about love, matchmaking, dogs and big families! I had the honor of reading an ARC of Chasing Tail by Roxanne St. Claire, her third book in Th Dogmothers series for an honest review. All I can say is that I am not sure how she does it, but I truly loved every page and could not put it down. Each book gets better and better, and Chasing Tail is filled with so much emotion, that you better have Kleenex near by. Chasing Tail is filled with all those things that we have come to love and expect in a Roxanne St. Claire tale. It is filled with poignant and bittersweet moments, and many surprise plot twists, and once again proves that Rocki is a master storyteller. My favorite part of The Dogfather and The Dogmothers series is the sage advice that Roxanne always intersperses throughout the story from Gramma Finnie, Daniel and Annie Killcannon, and now Captain Joe Mahoney, the late patriarch of the Mahoney family. I loved Joe's famous quotes and how they have shaped the lives of his sons. Reading Chasing Tail felt like going home, as does all the books in the series. I love catching up with all the Killcannons, Santorinis and Mahoneys. It feels like a family reunion in every book. Chasing Tail is the story of Connor Mahoney, super "hot" firefighter and EMT of the Bitter Bark Fire Department, and second oldest Mahoney child and Mercedes "Sadie" Hartman, former assistant to a Texas Congresswoman. Sadie has recently returned to Bitter Bark, with her cat Demi, from Washington, DC where she has worked since graduating from college. Sadie ran away after a bad break up with her boyfriend, Nathan Lawrence. The Dogmothers think that Sadie is the perfect match for Connor and suggest that she take on the role of campaign manager, since Connor, actually his dog Frank, is running for mayor. Unfortunately, Sadie finds out who the other candidate running for mayor is Mitch Easterbrook. Sadie, and most of Bitter Bark has had a negative encounter with Mitch and she cannot support him for mayor. So the Dogmothers' plan for Connor backfires, or does it. In order to run for mayor, Sadie and Connor must pretend to be "betrothed" to each other, because of some law regarding the marital status of candidates running for mayor. Who doesn't treasure a "fake fiance" romance, and I love how Pru inadvertently put the idea in Connor's head. While pretending to be "fake fiances" Connor and Sadie's relationship changes and they start to have feelings for each other, but will the sudden appearance of Sadie's ex-boyfriend and former boss, change things for Connor and Sadie. I love the stories behind the naming of Connor's dog, Frank and Sadie's cat, Demi and the nicknames that Connor and Sadie have for each other, and how the meaning of those nicknames changes. Lots of laughs were shared between Connor and Sadie and it truly made their story and their romance memorable. My favorite part of their story was when Sadie recalls her chance encounter with Joe Mahoney, have your Kleenex ready. Roxanne has once again delivered a lovely tale that includes "fake fiances", love, laughter, dogs, cats, big families, Dogmother grannies, and a happily ever after. I truly loved every page. Cannot wait for John Santorini's story and discover who the Dogmothers' will find for him.

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