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Love Gone to the Dogs by Margaret Daley
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Love Gone to the Dogs

by Margaret Daley

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This is the story of Leah, her two sons and her inventor grandfather who move into a new town - almost forgot the pet beagle who starts the welcome to the neighborhood by chewing on the neighbors paper. Needless to say the neighborhood isn't all that thrilled with the new neighbors, at least until one of the neighbor's meets Leah. Shane, the neighbor, finds himself as attracted to Leah as his bichon is attracted to the beagle. Fun story with something happening all the time. A warm and fuzzy romance rather than hot and heavy other than a few make-out sessions that don't go much farther than some steamy kisses. I would read more of the author's books ( )
  mmoj | Mar 2, 2017 |
sweet book
  franoscar | Jan 20, 2015 |
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Single mom, Leah Taylor, has her hands full with a grandfather, an inventor, who lives a bit risky when it comes to his job and two sons, one a rambunctious genius. But it is her free spirited beagle who gets her into trouble with her new neighbor, Dr. Shane O'Grady, when her dog makes a move on his champion bichon that he wants to breed.

Leah and Shane clash over their dogs that clearly like each other. Leah is determined to ignore her neighbor, but when her youngest son who tries to defy gravity and fly ends up hurt, it is her neighbor, the doctor, who takes care of her son. Can Leah and Shane find love or has love gone to the dogs?
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