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Must Love Pets: A Romance Box Set [NOOK Book]

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NY Times, USA Today, Amazon and B&N bestselling authors!
Love dogs, love cats, love romance! Seven tales of love for 99 cents for a limited time!

Girl with the Cat Tattoo – Theresa Weir, NY Times bestselling author & Rita award winner
For cat lovers everywhere, this sweet, quirky, and delightful ...
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Overview

NY Times, USA Today, Amazon and B&N bestselling authors!
Love dogs, love cats, love romance! Seven tales of love for 99 cents for a limited time!

Girl with the Cat Tattoo – Theresa Weir, NY Times bestselling author & Rita award winner
For cat lovers everywhere, this sweet, quirky, and delightful romance is about a young woman and her matchmaking cat. When Sam the cat takes it upon himself to find his young mistress a new mate, he accidentally stirs up memories better left forgotten. A little bit of mystery, a whole lot of whimsy.

Groomed for Murder – Zoe Dawson
Brooke Palmer’s exclusive doggie spa, Pawlish, is sued when a client’s pampered champion gets a bad poodle cut. The client’s lawyer is drop-dead gorgeous Drew Hudson, but Brooke won't be wooed by a corporate shark in a sharp suit. This frivolous lawsuit is Drew’s chance to advance to partner, but things get complicated when he finds that the side he’s rooting for isn’t the side he’s fighting for.

It’s a Dog’s Life – Dale Mayer
Ninna's new job in the local animal shelter includes a yummy vet...and a dog who talks to her. Not just any dog...a fat, old, smart-alecky Basset Hound who says his name is Mosey. With all this going on, she doesn't have time to worry about the rash of break-ins and the sense of being watched. She's too busy worrying that she's nuts.

Christmas at Angel Lake – Edie Ramer
In a heartwarming tale of love, producer Logan MacLeesh, dumped by the woman he loves, lets squatter Maddie Barrymore, her young son and cat stay in his grandmother’s house... as long as she tells him a story every night. Far away, in another state, a homeless dog begins an impossible journey to find the man who’s meant for him...

The Mutt and the Matchmaker – JB Lynn
Private investigator Tom Hanlon is investigating a string of home burglaries when a pushy matchmaker sets him up with his main suspect – quirky dog walker Jane Bly – and her foster mutt, Calamity. Tom’s trying to catch a thief, but it may be his heart that’s stolen.

The Man, The Dog, His Owner & Her Lover – Candace Carrabus
When Stephanie O’Hanlon, 40-something workaholic, gets laid off and rescues a dog inhabited by her lover from a former life, she discovers the meaning of crazy. Handyman Gabe Fagen is crazy-in-love with Steph, but will she notice he’s alive with a mysterious giant dog acting as her guardian angel?


Walk in Beauty – Barbara Samuel, seven-time Rita award winner
A highly emotional tale of lost love and second chances. Long ago, Luke Bernali's proud Navajo blood and strong carpenter’s hands made genteel Jessie Callahan fall heedlessly in love, but Luke let her down. Now, eight years later, Jessie is back and Luke is determined to recapture the heart of the woman he's never stopped missing. Can a fierce, desperate long-ago love soar anew?
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Product Details

  • BN ID: 2940149329793
  • Publisher: Edie Ramer
  • Publication date: 6/3/2014
  • Sold by: Barnes & Noble
  • Format: eBook
  • Sales rank: 5,702
  • File size: 3 MB

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  • Posted June 5, 2014

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    Awesome Box Set! There are seven stories by seven amazing autho

    Awesome Box Set! There are seven stories by seven amazing authors. Once you start reading you are hooked and lose track of time as you go from one book to the next. It has romance, mystery and some amazing cats and dogs. It will have you hate to see it end. You get to see how the world is thru the animals eyes. The books will make you laugh and cry. I can't really say I have a favorite because they were all so good. I did love Max the matchmaking cat and Mosey the Bassett Hound plus the others. Buy the set today you will not be sorry. It will open up a whole new world for you.

    2 out of 2 people found this review helpful.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted June 5, 2014

    This boxed set is awesome! The stories will keep you hooked and

    This boxed set is awesome! The stories will keep you hooked and the rest of the world will drift away. The stories made me go through so many different emotions, mostly laughing so hard I cry. The animals in the stories are so witty and fun, and the people aren't so bad either! Seeing events happen from the animal's perspective is so different than what we would see from a human's perspective. My favorite stories in the set are Groomed for Murder by Zoe Dawson, Girl with the Cat Tattoo by Theresa Weir, and The Mutt and the Matchmaker by JB Lynn. If you like romantic stories with hilarious animals, this set is for you!

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  • Posted June 11, 2014

      Must Love Pets: A Romance Box Set For anyone that loves animal

     
    Must Love Pets: A Romance Box Set
    For anyone that loves animals, romance, mystery, intrigue and suspense this set has a bit of everything. Each story kept you riveted. I could not wait to get to the next chapter in each story. The stories show how animals are entwined in the lives of their owners and play an important role in the makeup of a family. I felt heartbreak over the loss of Roscoe in the book “Groomed for Murder” as I am currently watching my own beloved dog grow old and know her time is near and just wishing she was still young and had more time. William the Conqueror in” The Man, The Dog, His Owner & Her Lover” was my hero. He had a spiritual connection to his owner and ended up saving everyone. You came away from the story with a warm feeling of happiness knowing there are dogs out there that would do the same. I am looking forward to reading some more books by these authors. Kudos to all of you, what a great collection of books.
     
     
    Donna Hummel

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  • Posted June 5, 2014

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    Must Love Pets Boxed Set Seven Books by Seven Authors The Girl w

    Must Love Pets Boxed Set
    Seven Books by Seven Authors
    The Girl with the Cat Tattoo by Theresa Weir
    Max the cat is the main character in this story and the reader sees most of the story through his point of view. Max decides to find his mistress a new mate. Her late husband who Max had belonged to, had died. This decided, Max goes to find the perfect man for her.




    I just loved this story. The author does include the point of view from Melody and Joe, but mostly Max. If only a cat could talk the things he would say. Like how he wanted to reunite with his brother and sister. And the other secrets he knows. This is a shorter review but I just don’t want to give anything away. The next book is Geek with the Cat Tattoo and it has Melody’s sister and Max’s brother in the book. Cool Cat Series book one.




     Groomed For Murder by Zoe Dawson
    Brooke Palmer has worked hard to establish her dog spa, Pawlish. Now one spoiled rich woman with a spoiled poodle wants to ruin her because of her uncontrolled dog. When threatened by a lawsuit and the hunky lawyer who is trying to settle out of court, she still refuses to give in. To the court case that is, it’s hard not to give in to those stunning green eyes and silky blond waves. Just when she thinks things can’t get any worse, they do.




    Drew Hudson has worked hard since his parents death. He has his sister to take care of and even if it means working at something that he don’t enjoy, tough. He’ll do anything to become a partner in the law firm. Even take a case for the bosses wife, getting some woman to settle the case of a bad dog haircut out of court. He is going to use all his charm to manipulate this woman. Or so he thought. A kind hearted woman and her dog remind Drew who he use to be. But can he ever go back to that person?




    The first book in this series is Leashed. The books are about four friends who have met at the local dog park. They are all unique with special dogs ranging from a Great Dane to a prized poodle with a bulldog and two very mischievous Jack Russell’s in between. They are filled with humor and friendship with a added dose of sensual heat and you may even need a few tissues handy. Going to the Dogs Series book two.
    **Sexual content and language




    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 facilities, 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.
    **Language




    Christmas at Angel Lake by Edie Ramer 
    Maddie Barrymore didn’t mean to become a squatter. And stay one. A stormy night, a tiny kitten and opportunity blended together into a perfect situation. Five years passed before the owner arrived to reclaim his home and hold her fate in his hands.




    Logan MacLeesh couldn’t get past his self-pity. His writing had dried up and so had his heart. Ten years with his dark queen and she left him. When he arrives at his grandmother’s home in Wisconsin he wanted to be alone in his misery, only it’s not to be. A squatter and her young son along with their cat had taken over the house and before long, they took over a part of him as well.




    What a great story. A side story is a dog looking for his real owner, an owner Dog has never met. We see through his eyes and thoughts as he travels towards the smell of the one human meant for him. Will he make in time? If your eyes water a bit while reading a good story...you’ll want some tissues nearby for this one. Rescued Hearts Series book two.
    **Sexual content and language




    The Mutt and the Matchmaker by JB Lynn
    Jane Bly wanted to find someone who would love her, the kind of love her parents had. When she calls her insurance company and the lady on the other end tells her she can find her the perfect man...Jane decides it’s worth a try. Armani Vasquez ends up to be quite the matchmaker indeed.




    Tom Hanlon isn’t hunting for a woman like the matchmaker thinks, he’s hunting for a thief. Someone in Aunt Ruby’s neighborhood has been busy robbing the neighbors. Who is a more likely suspect than the neighborhood pet sitter?




    What a great story. I loved Calamity the shy dog and the image of a tough guy with a tiny pampered pooch. The author also did an excellent job of leading the reader from one guilty looking suspect to the next. It looks as if more books may follow in this series of Armani the psychic matchmaker.




    The Man, The Dog, His Owner & her Lover by Candace Carrabus
    Stephanie O’Hanlon has focused so hard on her career for so long that she has missed everything along the way. Things like love and happiness. Losing her job and a trip to the pound with her friend changes life as she knows it. Taking home the huge dog she calls William the Conqueror has her noticing life in a very different way.




    Gabe Fagen has been waiting a long time for Stephanie to slow down. After all these years will she finally see what is right in front of her eyes? Or is a dog going to come between them?




    This is an enjoyable shorter story that was an easy read. There is more to this dog than meets the eye, much more. Could Stephanie really had known this dog as a man in some past life?




    Walk in Beauty by Barbara Samuel
    Luke Bernali had once loved a woman and no other woman had ever been able to replace her. But she had left him and truth be told when he looked back, he had made some bad choices. Eight years since he last saw her, they unexpectedly meet face-to-face.




    Jessie Callahan did all she could to teach her daughter, Giselle, about her Navajo roots. As she worked on a project to help get the Indians more money from the galleries selling their homemade items, she ran into the one person she had been trying to put behind her. Only she never really could, not when she saw that very man in her daughter every day.




    Lost love, secrets and danger make this an exciting read. Two people who love each other but are too afraid of the past to give their love a second chance. Not to mention they have an unknown enemy threatening them if they don’t stop their fight for fair wages. Originally published by Silhouette under the name Ruth Wind. Rainslinger continues the story of Daniel who was Luke’s childhood friend and Jessie’s adult best friend.
    **Sexual content

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  • Anonymous

    Posted November 1, 2014

    fun

    new authors to check out

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  • Anonymous

    Posted August 1, 2014

    catchy

    I have not read them all yet but have really enjoyed the first two

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  • Posted June 29, 2014

    A delightful collection of good to outstanding novels including

    A delightful collection of good to outstanding novels including memorable pets.  I had already read and enjoyed several of the stories and enjoyed all of the new ones.  I will be following the new authors I discovered in this collection.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted August 23, 2014

    pretty good all in all

    I enjoyed most of the stories

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  • Posted June 18, 2014

    WOW, Great Boxed Set! WOW, what a great boxed set! This set has

    WOW, Great Boxed Set!
    WOW, what a great boxed set! This set has seven different authors and each of their stories will leave you wanting more. When I finished one book, I wanted to start the next one until I finished them all. Some of the authors in this set were new authors to me, and I will definitely be purchasing more of their books in the future. If you love animals, and fun stories then you need to buy this set! You will not regret it! I can’t wait to read more!
    A Review copy was provided to me in exchange for a fair and honest review. The free book held no determination on my personal review.

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  • Posted June 16, 2014

    I am working my way through this anthology, but thought I would

    I am working my way through this anthology, but thought I would post a review of the first book I have read to let you know what you are in for! Will update my review as I go through...

    Christmas at Angel Lake by Edie Ramer

    Edie Ramer’s books get better and better. Her books have always been good, but it seems that I enjoy each one a little more than the last one. Her latest book, Christmas at Angel Lake is an entertaining contemporary romance book and is the perfect Christmas story. You have down on their luck characters who need a little help from others and you get to see the good side of people. It comes with a heartwarming happy ever after, too!

    Logan and Maddie are characters that seem very real. The snarky way the two of them interact is quite entertaining and emotional because you can see through their defenses. They are both hurting from a betrayal. Logan comes home to seek solace only to find a squatter. Maddie and her son have been living in Logan’s house without permission for years. Maddie is prepared to leave but for some reason, grumpy Logan wants her to stay in exchange for Maddie telling him a story every night. Oh my gosh, the stories are a hoot. I wish Maddie told me stories with her attitude. They are usually based on real situations but told in a fairy tale sort of way that is quite captivating.

    Christmas at Angel Lake is a story full of hope. Sure, you have to get through the many ups and downs in the story first, but when you do, there is always a smile on your face at the end. For the animal lovers out there, in Christmas at Angel Lake you get to read a side story that weaves into the main story story about a dog finding his way home and a kitten being saved in the winter and loved by a family. The animals always have an extra sense of what is going no which adds a little twist to the story and make Edie’s books unique.

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    Posted September 23, 2014

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