ANIMAL ATTRACTION (San Francisco Dragons Book 2) by Kate Willoughby
What do you do when an NHL player has your dog and won’t give it back?
First grade teacher Maggie Hudson has been grieving since her dog disappeared three months ago. Imagine her shock when she sees an NHL player being interviewed with her dog sitting next to him.
NHL player Spencer Corbett is blindsided when a sexy, curvaceous woman shows up on his doorstep demanding to get her beloved pet back. He can’t bear to relinquish the dog he found on the side of the road. After all, the pug gave his aging Labrador a new lease on life. Luckily, just as Maggie begins to leave with her pet, she realizes how important he is to Spencer’s dog.
Their shared custody of the dog leads to passion and possibilities that neither saw coming. Love for the dogs brings them together, but when a past girlfriend shows up with a boy who looks remarkably like Spencer, suddenly their fragile relationship is skating on thin ice. Will the truth shatter everything or will they find the courage to build a future together?
A sports story isn’t my usual read, but I thought I’d give it a go ……
Maggie is a school teacher and avid hockey fan, she follows the San Francisco Dragons loyally, but her loyalty is tested when her best friend Jade tells her to watch an online interview. It shows Spencer Corbett holding HER BELOVED pug Kirby (the dog had disappeared a few months ago from her back garden) and Maggie thought she’d lost him forever, and when Spencer won’t return her calls, Maggie goes to his home to find her pug and bring Kirby home.
Spencer loves his ageing Labrador and after finding a pug by the roadside, it gave her a new lease of life, but now a fiery female stands at his door, demanding the return of HER dog!!!
After a little soul searching, Maggie gives in and says they can share the dog. And a mutual love of dogs bring them closer together. A romance soon blossoms, but it’s put to the test when an old girlfriend returns, and brings with her a young boy that looks a whole lot like Spencer.
There are plenty of laughs in this book. I don’t follow hockey, but the author put a lot of time and effort into this book, the research was very extensive.
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