Elizabeth “Lizzie” O’Reilly risked her heart once, now she was using her head.
Ian Lassiter is living the high life in Manhattan and loving it. He's a successful artist and sculptor and has just adopted an adorable Mantle Great Dane named Ozzie from his sister, Callie. The bachelor life suits him until he gets a load of AlphaGroup's newest client. Lizzie has applied to them for a loan to keep her art school for the deaf open and with Ian’s artistic background, it’s up to him to handle the case.
Lizzie’s working on saving her school and a bachelor, even a hunky one, will not deter her from her mission. With a deadline looming to come up with the cash, Ian discovers that her clever Border Collie, Georgia paints amazing huge abstract flowers. Going commercial with her talented pet wasn’t at the top of her list but Ian pulls out the charm. When something goes terribly wrong, will the trust she was building in Ian get tested?
Can a confirmed bachelor lose his resolve and can a woman gain back her trust in love?
APPLE BOOKS REVIEW
Piggy Bank Blues is another hot and hilarious entry in Zoe Dawson's Going to the Dogs series. Reeling from romantic humiliation, New Yorker Lizzie O’Reilly now faces the loss of the art school she founded; her only hope is notorious playboy Ian Lassiter and his law firm. Dawson’s writing is as animated as ever, zinging between relatable characters (and, of course, their canine companions) as they’re caught in a whirlwind of sexual tension and comic mishaps.
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Piggy bank blues
Loved it. God love ITunes and their free weekly book download.
Apple have finally Rotted to the core
I have downloaded many not even close to all as I don't read chick lit, rom com, or any other romanti style books and most free books here have been of little interest to me. However I fancied reading this but I tried to buy it for free last night and no way could I get it I have zero iTunes credit just now , (thank god) or I would have probably wasted £3.50 on this as it is not free this week. It's advertised as free but you have to pay full price for it which is wrong and breaks our rights as consumers. Why advertise this as Free Book of the Week then make us pay? How do I contact iBooks to complain? Not happy at all Apple make enough cash first they stopped giving us our 12 days of Christmas free books, music, film and games now are they stopping the free book of the week too? Seriously thinking of going to Sony for my next phone as iPhone/iPad camera is so mediocre that the free book was the only thing keeping me with Apple after ten years of Apple usage this finally rotted the apples for me