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    My Forever Home is a wonder sweet read with amazing characters and some of the cutest pups around. Debbie Burns and this series is new to me but now that I've had a sample of her writing and stories I will definitely be going back and reading the first two books. I read this with no problem so it is definitely a standalone. Tess Grasso finds herself floundering in life and decides to return to her hometown and try to get her pet therapy business off the ground. Mason Redding is an injured baseball player who is recuperating and itching to get back to the game. These two meet when Mason has a mishap with his neighbors dog and needs Tess to help him catch the furry troublemaker. They start to spend a lot of time together at the local shelter. During their time together Tess opens up to Mason but he's kept secrets. Will their new relationship be able to survive them? Excellent read that I highly recommend.
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    Homey and sweet

    My Forever Home is a wonderfully cozy and heartwarming read. It is just made to tug at you, through both animal and people. You totally understand why Mason keeps who he is from Tessa and the revelation works well with their relationship as it has developed. And while there is the opportunity, I really appreciate that Burns avoids melodrama and handles issues quickly and realistically. While I feel that Mason had good development as a character, I do wish we’d gotten a little more of Tessa’s family. Her issues with her family is what sent her on a tour of Europe, but while it is hit upon I think that it could have used a little more. I do love her relationship with her grandmother – their closeness is so sweet and I loved the support there. As much as I love Mason and Tessa’s relationship, it is the connection with John Ronald that is really the highlight of the book. The look inside his mind brings happiness, sadness, and humor. Some may not like the personification of a dog, but it works for me. Like Sit, Stay, Love, My Forever Home is one of those easy to read, slow burn books that takes it time creating connection between the characters – exploring them as people and how they relate to each other. Mason & Tessa manage to find each other at a time when both are ready for the next phase and it creates a delightfully satisfying HEA. I’m so looking forward to what Burns has in store for us next. **Review given honestly and freely after receipt of a reader copy. This opinion is completely my own and was not influenced in any way.**

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