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  • Cupid to the Rescue

    ARC for honest review with no compensation 4.5 stars Cupid to the Rescue is an anthology written by 8 well known authors of which 2 are new to me. These stories are about tail wagging pets and how they bring their humans together with laughter, Valentine romance and HEA’s! Easy reading, short stories, novellas and such a great read!!

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  • Tail wagging fun.

    Cupid to the Rescue is an entertaining anthology of short stories by well known authors centered around animals and how they can lead one to love. My thoughts on those I have read are posted below. Chasing Cupid by Lisa Mondello focuses on a woman whose ex left her with a beagle when he split and the veterinarian who convinces her that keeping the dog is the right thing to do. The writing is good but this reader is not a fan of instant love. Barbara McMahon’s contribution Valentine’s Rescue is a sweet story about a veteran suffering from PTSD, her devoted service dog, Val, and a cowboy they rescued from a storm...or did he rescue her? This is story about two people learning to trust as they fall in love. My favorite. Judith Arnold’s book is part of her delightful Magic Jukebox series. Hank has been coerced into dog sitting his mother’s spoiled doggy when he meets dog walker Abbie at the bar with the jukebox. Abbie is looking for a space and funding to open a dog training facility. Communication is necessary. Her Roadside Rescues is cute and funny as two loners assisted by a couple of dogs attempt to coexist in a shared space... and fall in love. Heart of A Russian Bear Dog brings mystery, danger, excitement and perhaps love to the anthology. This story will keep you guessing. My second favorite.

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  • tail wagging cupid

    Valentine’s Rescue by Barbara McMahon - an usual meeting brings two people together. Will they be able to stay together after the snow melts? I liked getting to know both main characters and seeing how their relationship developed. Loved her and really liked him. Great ending. Her Roadside Rescues by Linda Barrett - We are back to Sea View house in Pilgrim Cove where the occupants always fall in love with each other. Will these two be able to resist the pull or will they write in the journal at the end of their stay? Funny how they met and boy is she one spunky gal and he is one immovable guy. Throw in two dogs and you have a really funny and sweet story.

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  • Four-legged friends anthology

    This is an enjoyable anthology set around Valentine’s Day with some four-legged friends. Most of these romance stories feature dogs, but we also have a llama, a donkey, and a cat. If you enjoy reading about happily ever afters during a special holiday, you will enjoy this set. Grab your copy and read some favorite authors or read some new ones.

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  • Furbaby love from start to finish

    Overall, the collection is impressive - there is a balance of slow and decently paced stories to keep readers on their toes. This book has more closed-door love scenes, clean romance, and some traditional outlook on love. The stories may be slower than expected for some readers because of the more conservative themes. It's not a "rushed process" as it shows the many ways of finding love through these interesting pets, accidental rescues, and curious animals that coincidentally match their owners with their forever partners. It is adorable and a winner for me due to these unexpected furry matchmakers. My Top 3 choices in this collection (in no particular order) are:- The MatchMaker's Secret, Heart of the Russian Bear Dog, and My Cowboy Valentine. I hope you give this book a try for readers who love your slow-burn, clean romance, and main characters with profound connection stories.

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