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?
A wonderful story with love able characters55
I absolutely loved this story about Kerry & Caleb and we certainly can’t forget little Willow. What a sweet little dog. It was sad, loving and funny. Will definitely recommend this to everyone. Great read55
I love love you love love this book so much 🤩🤩🤩55
A determined therapy dog knew how best to help her person and her despondent neighbor, both of whom needed as much therapy as those she helped at the Veterans’ Center. A sweet, hard to put down tale.55
Excellent story. TY55
Great relaxing read.45
This was a sweet story about how man’s best friend played a role in bringing two people together. The main characters are likable, the story believable with a few twists and turns. The ending was predictable but enjoyed the journey getting to it.55
Living with her dad who broke both of his legs and a trained service corgi and just coming out of an abusive relationship our heroine is trying to rebuild her life. Living nest door to a wounded soldier suffering from PTSD and the fact that her trained corgi keeps escaping to this neighbor’s yard doesn’t make things any easier. A nice story dedicated to our vets.55
Well written story of healing and finding the One for you. Gives hope to those hurting that Love will come there way when the time is right.55