Series: Man's Best Friend #2
Pages : 246
Can a dog heal two wounded souls?
Newly single Kerry Williams is at her wit’s end. She's juggling her injured father’s care, a new job as the manager of a hip new restaurant and her therapy dog Willow volunteering at the Veteran’s Center – all while struggling to rise above her humiliating heartbreak. When her father's caretaker fails to show one evening, she’s terrified she’ll lose her job. And then Willow runs away. Panicked, Kerry gives chase and immediately runs smack into a tall, dark and sexy wall of muscle, palming a squirming bundle of fur. Her new hero seems like an answer to her prayers.
The last thing K-9 officer Caleb Bradshaw wants, is to babysit his neighbor's father and her dog. He’s facing a potential career-ending injury and grieving the death of his working partner, Trigger. Sure he can handle a cranky old man, but the quiet comfort of Willow who follows him around with liquid-eyed sympathy tugs at the heart he’s trying to keep walled-off after his many painful losses.
Kerry knows Willow can ease Caleb’s grief, but he continues to push her away. Even though her life is in shambles and she too should walk, Kerry knows she can’t and won’t. Will Caleb accept her help or will he close himself off completely?
Would I recommend it yet? Yes
This story had me laughing and smiling all.The way though it thanks to Willow, his a adorable and a little escape artist who is determined to help Caleb and his owner Kerry come together. As for the two main characters it took me a while to like them but the more I read the more I liked them and could see both of their points of view, Caleb had just lost his best friend /partner ,his dog Trigger and was trying to find his way , while Kerry seemed at first a little pushy but she grew on me like Caleb it,with that said I want to thank Netgalley for letting me read and review it.