Desperate father Ian McKinley moves his delinquent teenage son to the small Virginia town of Keeling Creek, a place very unlike the New York City life he has been leading. Love takes him by surprise when he falls for Colby Williams, a woman unlike anyone he has ever been drawn to, a small town vet with a heart for animals and a fierce love for a teenage daughter she is also struggling to raise.
But Colby has a secret in her past, a secret she’s not sure her daughter will ever forgive her for. And as for Ian McKinley, he seems too good to be true. If she had learned anything from the one time she had thrown her heart fully into love, it was that it didn’t last.
From the reviewers:
“I absolutely loved the personalities of her characters and the wonderful animals that enhanced the book with their vibrancy. ” - Candy White | 4 reviewers made a similar statement
“As an animal lover, I especially love all of the great animal personalities and the push for adoptions! ” - BHappy! | 1 reviewer made a similar statement
“It is a poignant love story and has some humorous moments. ” - Virginia Jo
Good Guys Love Dogs is a “curl up and enjoy” book. A little romance, a little laughter and a big happy ending. What more could a reader ask for? - Delphos Public Library
You won’t be able to put it down until the end! This book is a wonderful read. Romantic, sad, funny, motivating all these words come to mind when trying to describe the book. The love that each of these parents have for their children is inspiring. - dlang100
I absolutely loved the personalities of her characters and the wonderful animals that enhanced the book with their vibrancy. I didn’t want it to end! – Candy White
I love books! From my earliest memories, I loved being read to and then reading practically every book in my elementary school library.
There’s something about taking a little trip into a wonderful story that is its own unique pleasure. Over the years, my favorite authors have provided me with glimpses into worlds I would never have known had I not picked up their books.
From Beverley Cleary to Lavyrle Spencer to Jodi Piccoult to Anita Shreve and so many others, I am grateful they chose to become storytellers.
A great story has the power to move, change and shape its readers. To me, that’s an honorable calling and a task I aspire to.
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