If he's not careful, he'll end up in the emotional doghouse and might not ever make it out…
For Haley Redmon, must love dogs is more than just a saying; it's a way of life. She'd never want a romantic relationship with a man who didn't get along with her animals. So, when her dog seems to approve of the handsome real estate broker she's falling for, Haley's thrilled. But then a new puppy joins her tribe and everything changes…
Austin Young wasn't looking for romance when he came to Oak Creek, but he isn't about to turn his back on it, either. And Haley is perfect…except for her insistence on adopting an intolerable, destructive puppy. With so many animals to care for, he can't help but wonder if there's even room in her life—or heart—for him…
Will a little hell-raiser of a puppy destroy the fragile bonds Haley and Austin have built? Or will this pair of opposites find a way to overcome their differences and take a real shot at happily ever after?
Second Chances, book one in the Oak Creek series, is a sweet, small-town, contemporary romance with off-the-page sexy times and a guaranteed HEA. Download today and get ready to fall in love with Oak Creek.
This book set in Oak Creek, Kentucky is centered around Haley and Austin. Haley and Austin meet when he comes to pick up the Taste of Town gift basket he won in Barkville Rescues Fall Fundraiser. They’re attracted to each other and he knows just how to use some of the certificates in the gift basket. He calls the shelter to ask her out. She thinks it’s the car dealer again and answers, “the answer is still NO, so please stop calling.” They have a romance, but break up. Now, it’s five weeks after their breakup and Austin is seen around town with a new woman. I’m not leaving any spoilers because I want everyone to fall in love with this series of books, like I have. If you enjoy reading about the love of animals, especially dogs, great friends, wonderful characters, and small town living, then you will love this book.
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