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  • Great addition

    5 star review of Playing For Keeps (Heartbreaker Bay #7) by Jill Shalvis Whilst this is book 7 in the Heartbreaker Bay series it can most certainly be read as a stand alone; this is Caleb Parker and Sadie Lane’s story. Caleb and Sadie are total opposites, in fact they have nothing in common until they both rescue an abandoned dog during a storm. Both have unique characteristics that seem to rub each other the wrong way. That is until Sadie see a more “human” and vulnerable side to Caleb that she wasn’t expecting. Both Caleb and Sadie have been burnt in the past; this story being quite an emotional read at times; my heart just about broke for Sadie. Caleb, who was bullied when he was younger, certainly made up for it as an adult becoming a man others wanted to be. The chemistry and banter between Caleb and Sadie got to me and I found myself smiling more often than not whilst reading this story. I fell hard and fast for Lollipop, the dog they rescued and decide to co-parent. Jill Shalvis writes characters that are human, that have flaws, vulnerabilities and are easy to relate too. There is always a lot of depth to her characters and Playing For Keeps is a good example of that.

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  • A dog rescue is just the beginning!

    The last thing Sadie expects to be doing when she helps rescue a dog is to be co adopting her with kind and caring Caleb, the guy she has tried to ignore an attraction to for a whole year. Sadie has always been careful about letting people get to know the real her. Judging Caleb by his appearance, will she allow the real him to break through her defences, and give him a chance to prove that he can take care of the one thing she holds most dear, her heart? Navigating their way through doggy parenting was funny, but this was also a tender heart warming story of learning to trust in love.

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