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  • Puppy Christmas

    Puppy Christmas really brought all the good feels out. We have cuteness overload with a service dog in training and his new little girl, her dad (oddly named Ford Ford), and the puppy trainer they all fall in love with from the moment they set eyes on her in the super fluffy princess dress. The characters in this book jumped right out of the pages into my heart. Ford and his flirty ways have most of the single moms in the neighborhood at his beck and call - but not in a creepy way. They love the guy and have taken him under their wings to help him care for his beyond adorable daughter, Emily, who is hearing impaired. The bond these two share made me jealous. I also loved that there wasn't really a villain - just life and history and fear that was standing between Ford and Lila. Lila has a lot to learn about the more carefree side of herself, and Ford needs to learn to stop hiding behind jokes and flirting. Emily has her own vital role to play in all this as well, and I think giving her more of a primary role in the book was the perfect touch. This was the perfect way to start my Christmas Romance reading. **I voluntarily reviewed a complimentary copy of this book**

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  • Cute kid, an adorable pup, and a lovely beta hero

    I didn't read the first book in this series, but after reading this I think I'll need to go back to it. This book was super cute with a great lead couple, a 6 YO child with a significant hearing impairment who actually misbehaves occasionally, and an adorable cockapoo puppy being trained as a service dog for the 6 YO. Lila, the heroine, was thought by everyone to be too uptight to relate easily to children, but she rises beautifully to the occasion, treats Emily, the 6 YO with respect, and finds the perfect balance between being firm and adult, while also relating on the child's level. Ford, the hero was truly a beta type of guy. His whole world was his daughter. He didn't have that much ambition, so when his ex-wife took off to conduct scientific research and further her own career, he didn't hesitate to take a boring industrial design job and live in a small house in a subdivision so that he could be a stay-at-home dad. He doesn't date and he doesn't make much money but he doesn't really care as long as he can support his daughter. Another thing I loved so much about this book was that Ford had a support system of neighborhood single moms, all of whom thought he was very attractive and who would be happy to date him, but none of them were catty or mean. They were generous, loving, competent moms, a bit pushy maybe, but there was no manufactured conflict between them and Lila, in fact, they were all thrilled to think that he finally had a girlfriend even though many of them would have loved to fill that role themselves. I voluntarily read and reviewed an advance copy of this book from Netgalley. All thoughts and opinions are my own.

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