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  • Skipped me completely

    I really tried to like this story. All the correct hooks were there, but it fell short. Not a totally bad read, it is missing the link that makes it real and enjoyable. This one skipped me completely.

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  • Funny and adorable

    Doug the pug is fiercely loyal to Julie, his human. That's why he hates Luke, Julie's "boyfriend," aka her married boss, who always leaves her in tears. Doug is determined to split them up, but that's tough to do when you weigh 15 lbs (okay, maybe 20 lbs) and don't speak human. But Doug will find a way. This novel is adorable. It took me a minute to realize it was told from the dog's POV—as it turned out, that device worked really well. The book is consistently funny throughout, but also full of heart. It's really more women's fiction than romance, because the focus is more on Julie disentangling herself from Luke and finding the courage to love again, than it is on the budding relationship with Tom. Julie and Tom were really cute together—I hope there's a sequel. I'd love to see more of them, maybe with a baby, and Doug adjusting to the new little human in the house. Thanks, NetGalley, for the ARC I received. This is my honest and voluntary review.

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  • A fun cute book

    Pug Actually by Matt Dunn is just such a darn cute book. I just loved hearing the story from the point of view of a dog, specifically a pug named Doug. This book is fun, heartwarming, and a nice light read. Doug, the pug, takes it upon himself to rescue his mistress, Julie, from a relationship that is going nowhere and seeks to find her a more reliable mate. The entire story is told from Doug’s point of view, he is a rescue dog who is very loyal to his rescuer and mistress. Julie is convinced her boss, and boyfriend, Luke, will leave his wife any day now and they can live together and be happy for the rest of their lives. Unfortunately, Doug, and all of Julie’s friends, and her father know this will never happen. When Julie’s friends try to convince her of the futility of her relationship with Luke and she ignores their pleas, Doug knows it’s up to him to save his mistress from a doomed relationship and find her someone new. This book is lighthearted, funny and an easy book to read. The characters are fun and cheerful (especially Doug!) and make a good story. The pacing of this book is quick, as Doug works to help his mistress finally find love. Doug, the narrator is absolutely charming and adorable. Julie, is a sweet nice woman, who is completely charmed by her lying manipulative boyfriend, and her character is a bit trying at times, but forgivable as she eventually realizes the true character of her boyfriend (with help from Doug of course!). I recommend this book for anyone looking for a light, easy romantic book staring the most adorable dog ever. I received a complimentary copy of this book. Opinions expressed in this review are completely my own.

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  • Entertaining book

    This was an entertaining, well-written book. It was lighthearted and sweet. It held my interest and I didn't want to put it down. I enjoyed this book and would recommend it to others.

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  • Dough the pug

    So yeah this was a first time for me to see a story through a dog. Doughs owner Julie has a relationship with a married man. And Doug wants his Julie to be happy. Luckily for him, Julie finds very soon that Luke is more than once lied to her, and like a good boy he finds Julie a new man. I have a few issues especially with Julie like how she more than once justified Luka's behavior and blindly believed him, and I'm sorry but all those Wine come one- promoting alcoholism one big no. I so didn't like her not at first she improves toward the end. I like Tom he is a good guy, don't forget Doug the pug such a god boy. I volunteered to review an ARC of this book for NetGalley

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