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  • Anonymous

    Posted December 23, 2013


    Fast read

    1 out of 1 people found this review helpful.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 28, 2007

    Very funny & witty

    This was a very good story. Funny and witty. Could not put the book down until it was finished. Hoping author writes about some of the other characters in the book. The only negative is I believe a vet would know better about how to control a puppy instead of being dragged down a street and the picture on the cover shows a St. bernard or Bernese Puppy when it was a lab mix puppy. I assume this was because Megan owned a Bernese Mountain Dog.

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  • Posted December 9, 2008

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    fun contemporary romance

    The Golden retriever wakes up Fredericksburg, Virginia veterinarian Dr. Megan Ross. She manages to gain some control of the frisky dog and reads the tag on the collar. The canine¿s name is Baywatch and she lives at 17 Washington Avenue her dad says that is the home of Sutter Foley, owner of Software Solutions, second perhaps to Microsoft on usage and profit. --- Megan takes Baywatch to Sutter, but he denies having a dog though he recognizes that the mutt belonged to his former employee who he fired for selling things about him to the tabloids. Sutter wants Megan to leave with Baywatch, but instead she believes he needs a dog to warm up his sterile lifestyle she leaves Baywatch behind. As they see one another due to the matchmaking Golden Retriever they fall in love. However, he has lived as a hermit in spite of the media attention. Can he adapt to having a woman in his life permanently, which also means her father too. On the other Megan has to adjust to suddenly becoming news worthy. --- GUYS & DOGS is a fun contemporary romance starring two likable protagonists and a matchmaking canine. The support cast including her dog and ¿his¿ new pet add humor. An instance is her dad¿s observation about his modern day hometown in which SF characters have replaced Revolutionary War heroes like GW as the town hero seems upside down. Though the brilliant Sutter can be a bit thick when it comes to the heart, fans will be pleased with this fine romance between the vet and the internet. --- Harriet Klausner

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  • Anonymous

    Posted November 9, 2008

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