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About a Dog
by Jenn McKinlay


Overview - Fall in love with a little help from man's best friend in New York Times bestselling author Jenn McKinlay's contemporary romance debut.

Mackenzie "Mac" Harris fled her hometown of Bluff Point, Maine, after being left at the altar--and seeking solace in the arms of her best friend's off-limits brother.  Read more...


 
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Overview
Fall in love with a little help from man's best friend in New York Times bestselling author Jenn McKinlay's contemporary romance debut.

Mackenzie "Mac" Harris fled her hometown of Bluff Point, Maine, after being left at the altar--and seeking solace in the arms of her best friend's off-limits brother. Now, seven years later, she's back to attend her best friend's wedding--safe, or so she thinks, from the mistakes of her youth.

But Gavin Tolliver has never forgotten the woman who has always held his heart. And when Mac rescues a stray puppy named Tulip, only Gavin, the town's veterinarian, can help. With a little assistance from Tulip, Gavin vows to make Mac realize that their feelings are more than just puppy love...


 
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  • ISBN-13: 9780399584718
  • ISBN-10: 0399584714
  • Publisher: Berkley Books
  • Publish Date: May 2017
  • Page Count: 320
  • Dimensions: 6.8 x 4.2 x 0.8 inches
  • Shipping Weight: 0.3 pounds

Series: Bluff Point Romance #1

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Romance: Dangerous passion

Romance and suspense entwine at a sprawling ranch and upscale resort in Come Sundown by Nora Roberts. Bodine Longbow’s family has lived and worked in western Montana for generations, and she currently runs their luxurious resort. When old friend Callen Skinner returns to the area and gets a job at the resort’s ranch, he and Bodine start circling each other. Romance is in the air, but so is danger. ­Twenty-five years ago, Bodine’s aunt ran off and never returned. Now young women in the area are disappearing—and then turning up dead. Bodine, her family and Callen continue providing leisure activities for their guests, but the beautiful countryside now contains a new menace. Roberts’ latest is an engrossing read that celebrates family ties, Western landscapes and, as always, the love between a man and a woman.

PUPPY LOVE
Going home again means new romance in About a Dog, the first book in Jenn McKinlay’s new Bluff Point series. Mackenzie “Mac” Harris takes a two-week break from her job in Chicago to attend the festivities of her best friend’s wedding in their Maine hometown. Reconnecting with the past means facing up to being left at the altar seven years before—and trying to forget her unhappiness in the arms of her best friend’s younger brother, Gavin Tolliver. He’s now the town vet, and while Mac thinks seeing him again might be awkward, she can’t deny the attraction running between them. She battles succumbing to it as they attend several prenuptial events, but soon they are enjoying each other’s company and that of a rescued dog, Tulip. Gavin’s the first to declare his love, but before Mac can reciprocate, the wedding day is upon them. There are more obstacles to happiness following the vows, and Mac must work for her forever. About a Dog is a cozy yet sexy romance with a puppy on the side—what’s not to enjoy?

TOP PICK IN ROMANCE
A brooding aristocrat ponders revenge in the first tale of Madeline Hunter’s Decadent Dukes Society, The Most Dangerous Duke in London. Adam Penrose, Duke of Stratton, returns to London from Paris after dueling to uphold his family’s honor. Called back to England by the king, he faces more gossip but doesn’t let it deter him from investigating the source of rumors about his father’s disloyalty. He visits a neighboring estate at the matriarch’s request and is offered her granddaughter in marriage as a way to settle an old feud. Unfortunately, his interest is instantly captured when he sees her other granddaughter. In pursuing the spirited Lady Clara Cheswick, he gets closer and closer to the truth he seeks, but will vengeance smother the burgeoning, fiery love he feels for the beauty? Can Clara trust that Adam wants her enough to allow her the independence she craves? This is a historical romance to savor, and readers will root for the pair of lovers and the justice they seek.

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