Pupcakes: A Christmas Novel

Pupcakes: A Christmas Novel

by Annie England Noblin


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ISBN-13: 9780062563781
Publisher: HarperCollins Publishers
Publication date: 10/10/2017
Pages: 384
Sales rank: 148,306
Product dimensions: 5.20(w) x 7.90(h) x 1.00(d)

About the Author

Annie England Noblin lives with her son, husband, and three dogs in the Missouri Ozarks. She graduated with an M.A. in creative writing from Missouri State University and currently teaches English and communications for Arkansas State University in Mountain Home, Arkansas. She spends her free time playing make-believe, feeding stray cats, and working with animal shelters across the country to save homeless dogs.

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Pupcakes: A Christmas Novel 4.7 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 6 reviews.
Anonymous 8 months ago
A light-hearted, fun read. The characters are relatable and loveable. Compassionate treatment of the subject of autism.
Anonymous 8 months ago
A broken heart, a lonely, depressed Pug, a lonely confined owner of the dog, a tired house and the recipe begins. The broken hearted Baker uses her baking love and skills to heal herself, the dog, the nursing home resident and find and mend a workaholic doctor.
gmcootie More than 1 year ago
Loved this sweet story. Teddy Roosevelt was adorable and I so wanted Brydie to be happy again. Annie England Noblin's stories are at the top of my TBR list.
Delphimo More than 1 year ago
Let me state that I am a cat lover, and barely tolerate dogs. But who can help falling in love with an older pug named Teddy Roosevelt? Many stories deal with women in bad relationships or in the process of leaving a cheating husband. What is going on with these unfaithful men? Brydie Benson divorces her cheating husband and moves into a home that belongs to a lady now living in a retirement center. Brydie must cohabitate the house with the old lady's dog, Teddy Roosevelt. The story begins in fall and escalates to Christmas and all the wonderful and magical events that happen at Christmas. Life displays ups and downs, and a golden future enters very seldom. Brydie, Pauline Neumann, and Nathan Reid represent worthy and enjoyable characters.
Nicolerko More than 1 year ago
4.5 Stars After reading the blurb this book so intrigued me. I'm so glad I read this book because it's so good. I was hooked right from the beginning. I love books with animals in them. They had some comedic moments. My heart broke for Brydie. Life was kicking her down, but fate may just be starting to shine on her. I can tell you where this book ends up left me so happy. I did want to knock some sense into Nathan a couple times. This book will pull all emotions out of you. You'll be laughing then it will tug at your heart leading to tears in your eyes. I can so relate to Brydie with her love of holidays especially Christmas. I highly recommend this book
Lauren817 More than 1 year ago
I've read a decent amount of good holiday books so far this season (Chasing Christmas Eve and Holiday Spice), but Pupcakes is by far my favorite so far! Combining a relatable and lovable cast of characters, swoon worthy romance, and most importantly, a fabulous, sleepy, trash loving pup named Teddy Roosevelt, Pupcakes had me 100% hooked! And as much as I needed to know how everything ended, some parts of me couldn't bear to see the story end. And that, my friends, is what I call a fantastic book - a MUST READ! One of my absolute favorite parts of Pupcakes was the eccentric and warm cast of characters Annie introduced. Brydie was someone I had an easy time not only liking but relating to. When we are first introduced to Brydie, she's having a tough time. The life she thought was perfect and wonderful? Well, it wasn't as perfect as she thought. Now she's a thirty something, bouncing from house to house, hoping she'll be able to pick up the pieces along the way. However, the moment she moves into Pauline's house, becoming the primary caretaker to little Teddy, Brydie begins to change. She goes from becoming someone who's so so sad and down on her luck to someone who wants to try again, be it in the form of baking, romance, new adventures and/or friendships. I fully enjoyed watching this evolution occur, and what I liked the most about it was how perfectly imperfect Brydie was. Brydie becomes this strong, inventive, and empowering character, but she still screws up - says the wrong thing, does the wrong thing, etc. - and that's what made her journey so so incredibly realistic in my opinion. In addition to Brydie, I loved Pauline, Teddy's owner. Pauline was such an interesting woman - someone who honestly I could've read a whole book about since I feel like she has some CRAZY stories! What I loved the most about Pauline, however, was how she helped Brydie get her life together, offering her the type of advice she desperately didn't want to hear but NEEDED to hear. Nathan, Brydie's love interest, was also great! It was fun seeing his conflict between being a friend to Brydie was also being a doctor to Pauline. Additionally, the cast of dog lovers in this had me laughing out loud constantly, the scenes at the dog birthday party had to be some of my favorite! I'm so planning to go back and re-read them at some point. The plot in this was much more than the typical holiday romance, and that's what truly made Pupcakes stand out to me. Rather than just focus on the developing romance between Nathan and Brydie, Pupcakes focuses primarily on finding yourself, especially when life hasn't turned out the way you thought it would. This theme is shown throughout in the book in different facets, be it Brydie's life, Brydie's mother life, Nathan's life, and even Pauline's life. I feel like the stories seen in here are important to see, because who hasn't had something turn out the complete opposite way they thought it should. More importantly, I enjoyed seeing the "rebirth" happen. In all, I can't suggest Pupcakes highly enough! If you love hilarious yet touching holiday books, this book is for you! I simply can't wait to read more by Annie!