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    Perfect holiday reading

    Goofy Newfies I’m not sure quite what to call this book. It’s not what I usually expect from a romance since the relationship between the people was almost secondary in the story to the relationships with the pets. But, for anyone who’s ever been owned by a pet, that’s probably not surprising – our furry friends make all the decisions. Reading this book during the holiday season feel kind of appropriate. It has nothing to do with Christmas, but it has the feeling of redeeming the Grinch. Lily is a very Grinch-ly character at the beginning of the book. But once Van and the puppies are done with her, it’s easy to see how her heart’s grown several sizes. Itty Bitty Kitties This story seems to pick up fairly shortly after the end of the first book, and it feels like it was a bit more focused on the people than the pets than in that previous one. It took me quite a while to warm up to Julia. Even giving her the benefit of the doubt for raging hormone swings, she comes across as a Mean Girl, and in my mind, I was getting ready to steer Derek away from her. In much the same way that Lily’s heart grew during “Goofy Newfies”, Julia learns the value of having an open heart and forgiveness. By the end of the book, I loved her too. Not as much as I loved the fur balls, mind you, but love just the same. The love notes from the pets are the cutest things I’ve ever read – I could be convinced to read a whole book of just those. I received a complimentary copy of this book.
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