A Loyal Companionby Barbara Metzger
And certainly no proper chaperon. Fitz begged to disagree--after all, a dog was a true Incomparable as far as friendship, loyalty, and protection--and soon lovely Miss Sonia was plucked by her rusticated roots and packed off, dog and all, to London. Perhaps there she would find
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SPOILED AND UNGOVERNED, FITZ WAS NOT SUITABLE COMPANION FOR A LADY OF FASHION....
And certainly no proper chaperon. Fitz begged to disagree--after all, a dog was a true Incomparable as far as friendship, loyalty, and protection--and soon lovely Miss Sonia was plucked by her rusticated roots and packed off, dog and all, to London. Perhaps there she would find a husband to tame her free-spirited ways--and keep her out of trouble.
Sonia, however, always had a soft spot for the underdog, and Darius Conover was such a fellow. Scorned by society for a scandalous deed, Conover was not redeemed even by his heroics in battle. Until he met Sonia and Fitz, two passionate souls undaunted by even the most odious circumstances--and decidedly determined to undo the shackles binding his heart.
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Cute, fun and kind. Loved the lead characters, especially Fritz the dog. I learnt a lot from him too! Clean/prerty chaste - nothing beyond kisses abd warm thoughts on from the male side. Hopefully men aren't really such pervs internally...
Humorous historical romance! Fitz and his human, Miss Sonia Randolph grew up on her father’s estate, but when her brother and his new wife come to live there and their father, after years of being a widower, decides to marry, Sonia is sent to London to stay with her grandmother, the Dowager Duchess, Lady Amelia Atterbury. And where Sonia goes, so does Fitz. The Dowager Duchess decides that it is time for Sonia to Come Out and land herself a husband, though she doesn’t think there are any eligible men who will put up with her granddaughter’s hoyden ways. So Fitz takes it upon himself to search London for a suitable mate for his beloved Sonia. Let the adventures begin! Once again Ms. Metzger has charmed me. Well-written with a smooth flowing plot and delectable characters this humorous historical romance will entertain even the most dour reader. The beginning and ending of each chapter after Sonia acquires Fitz has the tale told from his point of view. And it’s quite interesting and, oft times amusing, to see things from a dog’s perspective, too! A delightful afternoon read it was! *Many thanks to Untreed Reads for providing me with a review copy. Please see disclaimer page on my blog.
Too much from the dog's point of view.