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Lady and the Scamp/the Doctor Dilemma

Lady and the Scamp/the Doctor Dilemma

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by Candy Halliday, Dianne Drake

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Harlequin Duets Series
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4.22(w) x 6.65(h) x 1.09(d)

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Lady and the Scamp/the Doctor Dilemma 0 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 3 reviews.
Guest More than 1 year ago
I found "Lady and the Scamp" to be a good read. The author's fresh sense of humor, coupled with her indepth description of each character, brought you into the story. I'm sure we have all met the "Scamp" in our life, as well as the Lady who tries so hard to gain the approval of her parent, yet falls short time and time again. I felt the author was probably exposing a little of herself as all good authors do. I give this book four stars, only because being a first work, and with the talent that is certainly yet to be totally revealed by this new author, to give it a five star rating would be unfair to her. When she blows us away with her first full novel, I'm sure to give her the five star treatment. Keep writing Candy, and God Bless..The Roving Poet..
Guest More than 1 year ago
The main charecter Cassi was like totley weared and she like wanted every thing but when she feall in love with the radio guy Nick she lost it ahe couldn't cantrol her self and her dog witch got her into the hole meass. jThis book also gose through some intreasting tearnes like haw her dog got peragneat with the Radio guys dog and she acually fealt relived. Then haw she loved her job and would do any thing to keep it. Also there are some tearnes where she falls heade over healls for him and falls in love and geats pragneat with Nicks kid.
Guest More than 1 year ago
This short story was not only fun to read but was exciting due to the fact that you never knew what to expect from the characters.