Wednesday, April 6, 2016

Sit Stay Love

Sit Stay Love
Dana Mentink
Cal is a pro baseball player who is struggling after the death of his mother. So he's less than thrilled to find that he's inherited an obese, geriatric dog, named Tippy who has some serious quirks. He doesn't have time for a dog, especially one this weird. So he hires Gina, a dog sitter. Except Gina isn't really a dog sitter. She's biding her time until she can return to her first love - teaching. The three make the unlikeliest group and yet they seem be able to help each other in ways none of them thought possible.

This book was not at all what I expected, but I really enjoyed it. The dog, while a crazy addition, made the book. The characters had dimension and added life to the book as well. I thought the concept of mixing three completely random characters together made the book interesting and helped to bring out the good in all of them. The author did a great job of adding fun and humor to some serious subjects. The touches of faith woven throughout the story were subtle, but well done. It was a nice surprise to see that this might be book one in a series. I would recommend this book if you enjoy animals, romance, or clean fiction.

I received this book free of charge from Litfuse Publicity in exchange for my honest review.

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