Wellies and Westies (A novella): A happy, yappy love story (Primrose Terrace Series, Book 1)

Wellies and Westies (A novella): A happy, yappy love story (Primrose Terrace Series, Book 1)

by Cressida McLaughlin

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ISBN-13: 9780008135201
Publisher: HarperCollins Publishers
Publication date: 04/30/2015
Series: Primrose Terrace Series , #1
Sold by: HarperCollins Publishers
Format: NOOK Book
Pages: 58
File size: 1 MB

About the Author

Cressy was born in South East London surrounded by books and with a cat named after Lawrence of Arabia. She studied English at the University of East Anglia and now lives in Norwich with her husband David.

When she isn’t writing, Cressy spends her spare time reading, returning to London or exploring the beautiful Norfolk coastline.

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Wellies and Westies (A novella): A happy, yappy love story (Primrose Terrace Series, Book 1) 3 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 1 reviews.
InTheBookcase More than 1 year ago
This cute novella, Wellies and Westies, first attracted me because my family has a Westie for a pet. I love this breed of dog, and if I find a book with the word Westie in the title... I'm going to read it! The second reason why I picked the book up? It takes place in England, a dream destination of mine. Thus, I was sold the second I laid eyes on the book cover. (Yes, I certainly did judge a book by its cover.) Cat Palmer finds herself in a jobless muddle when her position at the local children's nursery flatlines. With some help from her friends, she ventures out into another type of business -- one where she's the boss. She loves dogs, so why not start up a dog business? Another thing I liked? Perhaps this is just the nerd in me, but one of the characters is an illustrator / graphic designer, as I am myself. I related so well to said character, especially in his descriptions of the job. I thought it fit very well within the pages of the story -- like I said, I only mentioned this because, well, I'm geeky and I found another geek to relate to. CONS: As a note to the discerning reader, I want to mention that there are a couple instances of vulgar language used in the story. Other than that, there is a scene or two that might cause a blush from the reader (due to romantic inclinations), but the story didn't go too far. Wellies and Westies from the Primrose Terrace series is funny, witty, a lot of fun to read, and filled with new furry friends.