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    Boomer's Bucket List

    Couldn't put this book down. Looking forward to reading this author's next book. I do love animals and it's not often I find book that meets , my expectations. I do enjoy the 3 star ones but not as much as this one .
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    Boomer's Bucket List

    I enjoyed this book very much. It made me smile, it made me cry. This journey started out to bring fun and excitement and along the way Boomer showed just how smart dogs are by allowing his owner to see her own life in a new way. Any dog owner can't help but be moved by this book. Well done, Sue Pethick.
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    Contemporary Romance

    This was a toughie for me to read. Why? Well, I took my cat to be put down a day before starting the book and because of that I almost opted out of reading it because I was not in the mood to read about a dying animal after just losing one BUT I persevered. I liked Boomer a lot. That said. I found Nathan a person I couldn’t easily relate to – he drank too much, was depressed, was caustic and why in the world would any woman want to spend time with him or travel with him? Jennifer was confusing to me – she wanted to spend time with her dog before he died but I felt she went on the road more for her than for her dog. What was done behind her back by the company she worked for left me unhappy and I was not as willing to forgive as Jennifer was. I can see why they ended up together, enjoyed reading about some of the scenic stops on Route 66 and loved the ending. So…how do I evaluate it? It was given to me by Kensington Books through NetGalley for my honest review so that is what I have written. I liked the book but was not overwhelmed by it. It could be the state of mind I am in at the moment that is swaying me BUT I am giving it a middle of the road rating since I did like the story. 3 Stars
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    Sad, but ok

    The story title said it all. We all know the dog will die by the end of the book, but it was nice to go on a journey with Boomer. The romance was the 2nd story, but I wanted to know about Boomer. There were times I cried and times I laughed. Good book.
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