Pass the wine...but not to the dog. There's no drinking on the job and Max needs to work, according to his vet.
But what will Sophie's family do when they find out she's bringing home a dog and giving him a job in their family's restaurant? And what kind of a job can a huge, wily, neurotic dog like Max get in a fine dining establishment? Well, Sophie's about to find out. But only if Max will quit eating the profits, stop stealing grandma's dentures, and can charm a skeptical food critic.
Disaster strikes on the night of Max's debut, Sophie must figure out who is sabotaging him at every turn before her very large, very loud, very Italian family banishes them both for good.
So, what happens when you mix one huge Italian family with a bossy German shepherd who wants to run their business? You get a recipe for chaos, love, and heartwarming laughter.
Meet Max - he's the most lovable, conning canine to walk on four legs!
WHAT READERS ARE SAYING:
I loved this story! It is so funny! The dog is smart and a smart-aleck. The Italian family is priceless! The confusion and chaos portrayed in 'family meetings' is so spot on! I will be reading all of these stories!
This story takes a hilarious turn when Sophie introduces Max to her family and tries to give him a job. Jack, her boyfriend, brings his dog and a kitten into the fray, and Sophie's Italian family goes crazy. Full of fun antics by the people and the pets. This story made me both laugh and cry. The characters are witty and love each other only the way a family can. I was touched by the ending. I can't wait to read the next book.
This is the 2nd book in the series starring, Sophie, Max, Jack, and Sophie's crazy but lovable Italian family. The book is written in 1st person from Sophie's point of view. And what a view it is! Max, her recently rescued German Shepherd, has been hired to work in the family restaurant. What comes this employment decision is nothing short of hilarious and charming. Max is smart enough to handle his duties, however, he is still a dog and big dogs come with big appetites. Aside from his antics surrounding his quest for locating and devouring all the food within his reach, Max loves Tilley, a nearly blind 3 month old kitten. I won't ruin the joy of discovering how their friendship grows so please read this book. In addition to the Max/Tilley relationship, we find out more about Jack, Sophie's hunky boyfriend. Lots of heat between those two.
The story of Max, a very large German Shepherd rescued from an abusive situation just keep getting better. Combine Max with a large Italian family and Irish friends and the laughs keep coming. Give yourself the gift of these novellas.
Max is hilarious and he gets in so much trouble. There's a little romance and a lot of family fun!
PREVIOUSLY TITLED: Off The Leash