Every Dog Has His Day

Every dogBluff Point brewery owner Zachary Caine wants nothing to do with commitment. His wild bachelor lifestyle suits him perfectly—until a foster kitten named Chaos makes him a reluctant hero. Now he’s BFFs with the kitten’s two little girls and finds himself falling for their gorgeous mother, who couldn’t think less of him.

Divorced mother Jessie Connelly wants nothing to do with men like Zach. He’s sexy and charismatic and bad news, just like her ex. But her girls adore him, and he’s doing a good job filling in for their deadbeat dad. Then a snowstorm brings out the best in both neighbors, who, it turns out, have more in common than their mutual attraction…

So when Jessie’s past threatens her and her girls, Zach is determined to do whatever it takes to protect them—and live happily ever after with this family he has made his own.

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Every Dog Has His Day (A Bluff Point Romance) by Jenn Mckinlay is the perfect book to read while drinking hot cocoa in front of a warm fire.  It is playful, entertaining, and heartfelt reading.

Zachary Caine is happy living the bachelor lifestyle.  He is handsome, intelligent, great with word games, funny and has a real soft heart.  Speaking of heart, Zach’s was broken by his girlfriend of seven years and he has not been interested in giving love another chance.

Jessie Connelly is a divorced mother of two beautiful young girls, Gracie and Maddie.  Her ex-husband can be classified as sleaze material, but sometimes you get what you ask for.  With that being said, Jessie has changed and is no longer the spoiled rich girl who stole another girl’s fiancé on her wedding day. Zach and Jessie are neighbors and have had a run in or two at the veterinarian clinic where Jessie works.

Awakened by a loud wailing sound and then the ringing of his doorbell, Zach opens the door to find Gracie and Maddie, the two adorable girls from next door.  Accosted by the wailing sound again, Rufus, the dog Zach is taking care of runs outside to investigate.  It seems the kitten the girls are fostering has ended up on the roof of Zach’s house and will not come down.

This book is predictable, in the same vein as a Hallmark movie, but it is enjoyable reading and I definitely recommend it.   I loved the characters and relationships.  Zach has a great group of friends he calls his squad who quickly befriend Jessie.  I also love the two “foster” pets in this novel.  Rufus the standard poodle and Chaos the cat often steal the show.

3.5/5 stars

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