In the second book of the Project Madison series, things get complicated as Madison and Cooper try to navigate their new relationship. School has ended and they're spending more time together, blogging, working at the kennel, training dogs-including Lilly. When Jonah, the new neighbor who has moved into Paige's old house, begins to spend more time with Madison, Cooper isn't at all happy.
Jonah's uncle, a Native American, shares his knowledge about Madison's power to see and feel canine memories and emotions. The mysterious white wolf returns and fills her mind with dreams and more questions. Madison starts a dog-walking business and discovers Ben, a crotchety old man whose dog is skin and bones.
When the kennel receives a dog that has been brutally injured, Madison is determined to find out what happened. She and Cooper realize they're going to need Jonah and Donaldto bust this investigation wide open and save the dogs. But getting to the bottom of the mystery will threaten not only Madison, but everyone she loves.
|Publisher:||Legacy Media Press|
|Product dimensions:||5.50(w) x 8.50(h) x 0.61(d)|
About the Author
She started her family early and has five energetic and creative children. She has fond memories of reading to and playing with her children in between hefty amounts of volunteering at church and school.
Now living in Washington state, Pam walks in the rain, makes messes with her grandchildren, watches birds, reads and writes all while she awaits the next big adventure.
Most Helpful Customer Reviews
This was a fun steadily adventurous continuing story of Madison Morgan. It is very well-written and captivates the reader's attention. There is much humor in Madison's ventures of which she seldom considers the consequences of her actions. In 'It's NOT Just a Dog!' to Madison's surprise she makes a new friend - but of course nobody can replace Cooper! She also makes new discoveries about her departed mom. Her thoughts are split in two directions - her devotion to her dogs and her self discovery and connection she begins to feel with her mother. The book cover is a good "fit" and by the end of the story the title becomes clear. The characters introduced in this story become real in the reader's mind. Also, the various scenes portrayed are easily visualized. This is a perfect series for pre-teen and teenaged youth. It is clean and easily read and understood. My review of this book offers a Five Stars rating. *This book was gifted by the author for an honest review, of which I have given.