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  • Quick, easy and fun read

    In 'The Case Of The Puppy Academy' the reader goes to a dog school with Samantha Rain and her dog. During a break, a mystery pops up. Together with Lilith, Samantha decides to solve it. Since the book is a short story (book 1.5 in a series), it is pretty short. Yet, the author was able to give a clear view of who the characters were and what the exact plot was. Which makes that you don't need to read book one to enjoy this story. There were a few terms about paranormal/magical creatures that I didn't properly understand, but the story was easy to follow. I loved the little Easter Eggs in this book. How the dog didn't seem as important, but in the end, it had a big role in the plot. The characters were round, which is unique for a short story. If you read the full series, the characters are already known by you. However, the author does give a little introduction to who the characters are. Another thing which I liked was the diversity of the characters. The main character is gay, but it's not an important element in the story. It's a simple detail that doesn't form the whole character 'Samantha'. She is more than just gay. There were a few moments where I thought the writing was a bit off. Some dialogues were a bit childish. I personally didn't like the writing style, because it made the story feel more like a children's book. Yet, for a non-native English speaker, it's easy to understand and great to practice your English. Even when I liked the plot, I wished it was a little more exciting and thrilling.

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  • Missing Rings and Rowdy Puppies

    This is a pretty good introduction to a new series. Although the first episode comes out later, this story is actually Book 1.5. The fantasy/paranormal side of the story was very interesting and intriguing. The rest of the book was lesbian flirting and I found that very disconcerting. I received this ARC book for free from Booksprouts and this is my honest review.

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  • Easy Read & A Cute Mystery

    The Case of the Puppy Academy is an easy to read Novela that sets the stage for future adventures. There were some humorous moments as well as mini-dramas mostly caused by Lilith, the heir to the IF clan. The mystery part of the story was simple and easily resolved. It was also very entertaining as it involved a hellhound and some little creatures that hide in strange places. There appears to be a budding romance in the works that will most likely play out in future books in the series. I received a free copy of this book via Booksprout and am voluntarily leaving a review.

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  • So Cute, Really Enjoyed Story

    Samantha is taking her hellhound Shadow to Puppy Academy as it is mandatory. Samantha is a little nervous for Shadow as the hellhound has not been around other animals. Shadow starts to act out, Samantha doesn't see anything. Samantha meets another warden and they hit it off. She learns some information about how the other warden are. Lilith surprises Samantha at the school, Samantha can't believe. Samantha tries to keep her feelings for her underwraps. When Lilith comes back with a major issue. Some how her ring is stolen off her finger. Lilith will do anything to get it back. Samantha ends up trying to keep the peace and find the object. Will Samantha be able to find the missing ring before Lilith causes major problems. Will Samantha be able to keep her thoughts and feelings for her to herself. I enjoyed this book. This was a really cute story with interesting characters to move it along. I received a free copy of this book via Booksprout and am voluntarily leaving a review.

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  • The Missing Ring

    Samantha, a former detective, was required to take her hellhound puppy, Shadow, to the Academy for a mandatory 6-hour training and evaluation. Another warden, Aaron, began talking with her since his puppy was also in the class. When they started to the cafeteria later, Lilith Fatuus, Samantha’s boss and the IF Clan heir, met them in a surprise visit. She tried to get Sam to go across the street for better food choices, but Sam didn’t want to leave Shadow alone. Lilith agreed to eat at the cafeteria but complained the entire time and acted like the food was all tainted. Sam was surprised she had even come to the class at all. As she was back early to class, the instructor warned her to avoid Lilith as much as possible. Sam immediately protected her friend and told the instructor to back off and not spread gossip. Then Lilith arrived to talk privately to Sam – her clan ring, a family heirloom, was missing from her finger. Lilith was ready to kill anyone she suspected, so Sam warned her not to throw around accusations since these people were all wardens of powerful families (think mafia). Sam told her to back off and Sam would investigate quietly to find the thief. She already had discovered that two months ago the thefts started – 5 items stolen so far. And the receptionist, Susie, had made a complaint about harassment. But Lilith still refused to leave her side and her volatile temper didn’t make this easy to quietly question staff. When Susie implied that the headmaster himself was the thief, she had even more to check out, along with an unreported theft just the day before! Could she figure this out in the one day Lilith agreed to “wait” -- before Lilith turned it into a serious turf war? This was a very slow book, mostly talking about training the puppies before it incorporated the missing ring mystery. Sam’s “interest” in Lilith was more distracting/annoying than helpful in the investigation. I’m not fully vested in the series yet, but will give it another try on the next book.

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