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  • Great escapism

    This is a great escapist romp of a read featuring house-sitter Becky who is stuck between exes Georgina and Ash who are battling over their madcap dog Bella. Becky was just looking to escape her life a while but the unexpected canine custody battle leads to a far fetched but humorous battle of wits between herself and hunky Ash. I had to suspend belief for some of this but the characters were well written and Bella’s antics, planned or otherwise, were a lot of fun. Becky’s relationship with her ex was thought provoking but didn’t detract from the overall humour. Overall this is a great lockdown read.

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  • Darling Doggy, Darling Story

    Can you look at that sweet cover and not fall in love with darlin’ doggy Bella? Or shelter in an English Lake District cottage and not cheer? Or watch two lost souls fall in love in a fine romance they at first fight? Bring THE DOG SITTER, a steaming cuppa and a pile of scones to your cozy spot and dig in. You’ll soon be happily lost in this delightful escape from winter. Cheers! 5 of 5 Stars Pub Date 11 Feb 2021 Thanks to the author, HarperCollins UK, One More Chapter, and NetGalley for the review copy. Opinions are mine. #TheDogSitter #NetGalley

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  • Fun Read

    I received an ARC of this book to read through NetGalley. All opinions are my own. The Dog Sitter by Zara Stoneley is a Women’s Fiction/Romance Novel. I seriously considered putting it down and not finishing it after reading the first chapter because it was trying too hard to be funny. Manure does not generally fly in your driver's side window, and if it does, you are not going to be able to keep driving. I decided to give the book a second chance because I’ve read and enjoyed books by Zara Stoneley before, and it turned out to be a lovely story about rebuilding your life when it comes crashing down and finding someone who loves you as you are. Book cover designer Becky Havers has had an anno horriblis so far, she’s been dumped, fired, and her ex, who was also her boss, has left her with little self-confidence regarding her art. Needing an escape to find a way to regroup, she takes on a housesitting gig in the lake district for Georgina and Instagram Influencer that comes with an adorable cockapoo named Bella. (Who is black and not golden like the dog on the cover) Handsome Veteran Ash James is also rebuilding his life after leaving the Marines and having his relationship end. One thing he is not prepared to give up is his dog Bella, and an instant attraction to Becky has him trying to figure out how to get his dog back and win the girl. I enjoyed this book very much once I got past the non-sensical heavy-handed first chapter and recommend reading it. Steam Level: Medium. Publishing Date: February 11, 2021. #TheDogSitter #ZaraStoneley #NetGalley #HarperCollinsUK #OneMoreChapter #WomensFiction #ContemporaryRomance #RomCom #bookstagram #bookstagrammer

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  • Lake district romance

    Loved the way the many misunderstandings - that come about due to lack of communication or deviousness- lead to the characters learning about themselves and all the cute dogs does not hurt either! Loved the book and so will you.

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  • Too repetitive

    Lovely story just too repetitive for me which made it hard going felt it took a long time to get to the real story the last few chapters were so much better

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