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Posted May 19, 2013
What an interesting concept for this novella. I think that I would absolutely love it if it were me. It would be so cool to be able to speak with animals, especially the loved ones who are no longer with us.
This was a quite well written and captivating novella. Mayer leads her readers to the conclusion through some interesting ups and downs rather than pulling and pushing them there. The characters were also quite well developed considering the story’s length. You got to know the 3 main characters quite well. However, at the end, I was left hanging on the status of the building relationship.
As a whole, this was a very cute and touching novella. It really gave me a lot to think about and more than a little enjoyment on the way. It was a definite escape from reality as we know it, to reality as it could be.
Please note that I received this novel free of charge from the author in exchange for an honest review
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Posted July 18, 2014
Adorable, light suspense with a lovely romance and a touch of the psychic. Ninna would never have taken the job with a vet if she had had any other choice. She spent too much of her life dealing with the fact that she believed she heard animals talk to her. Of course everyone knows that can't be true. But life as often happens gets in the way of her intention of avoiding large groups of animals. One good, make that great thing has come from this job; her boss is HOT. When he asks her to pet sit she can't refuse even though that group of pets includes a basset that insists on talking to her.
He is not her only problem either. There is a burglar in her neighborhood and he seems to be focusing on her!
I read this novella in the Must Love Pet's collection.
Posted June 4, 2014
Love the Cover! I just love Mosey the Talking Dog. Ninna starts working at the animal shelter and she hears Mosey talking to her but she is the only one who can hear him. Stuart the cute vet that works there and lives across the street from her. Stuart brings some of the dog's with problems home with him including Mosey. He needs a pet sitter for a couple of days so he asks Ninna. She agrees because she is afraid to be in her home. She thinks someone is trying to break in. What a surprise ending. I loved every minute of this book.Was this review helpful? Yes NoThank you for your feedback. Report this reviewThank you, this review has been flagged.
Posted June 3, 2014
It’s a Dog’s Life by Dale Mayer
Ninna Bradford finally landed a job after being out of work for way too long. It’s working at a pet center where they have medical facilitites, adoptions and dog training. She’s never owned a pet, but surely she can learn about them. And the handsome young vet isn’t hard to be around either. If only the big old basset hound would stop talking to her. She’d been through so much counseling to stop the voices and now when she finally has a good job, she seems to be going crazy.
A great story with a touch of mystery along with a bit of romance. Hard times have hit their town and someone is busy with breaking into the homes around her. And it seems he’s taken to watching Ninna. Maybe she needs to find a dog of her own, one that doesn’t talk to her and drive her crazy. Although, Mosey is starting to grow on her a bit.
**This book will be included in the Must Love Pets bundle
Posted January 27, 2014
Posted September 22, 2013