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Publisher Description

After two divorces, Sandi Walker, entrepreneur extraordinaire, is on her own and loving it. As a devout animal lover, she has made a success of the only gourmet pet food bakery in Midland, Texas. She’s also a pet foster parent and has fifteen assorted abused and unwanted animals at home. When a golden-colored stray dog with an abundance of personality appears at her door, she can’t refuse him and she can’t keep from falling in love with him. She names him Waffle and gives him a permanent home. 

General Manager of the Flying C Ranch, Nick Conway, has searched for months for his lost dog, Buster. Giving up on ever finding him, he looks for a new dog and finds a puppy at a pet grooming shop. While he went to the shop to see a puppy, he also encountered a beautiful redheaded woman he can’t put out of his mind. Little does he know that she found Buster in an alley and has now claimed him as her own. Sparks fly between Sandi and Nick when he steals Buster and sues her in court for custody. It will take a mouthy parrot, a sitting judge, the matchmaking skills of the Domestic Equalizers and Cupid himself to resolve this conflict.

April 5
Anna Jeffrey Books
Draft2Digital, LLC

Customer Reviews

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You Can Have My Heart, but Don't Touch My Dog

Just finished my last of the seven Dixie Cash books. It's kinda sad, cuz, they were a hoot. Debbie Sue and Ed would make great girl friends to run around with here in Ft. Worth. I will definitely recommend these books for a fun and lighthearted read.


Must read series

I have to say the Domestic Equalizer series is my all time favorite series. I have read all books and absolutely love the stories, they are witty, laugh out loud funny and I just can't get enought.

With that being said, this book was my least favorite. It was not laugh out load funny and I Must say I was a bit disappointed. The stuff Edwin and Debbie Sue get into is what makes the book and they played a very small role in this book.

I am hopeful another book will be written and be as funny as the rest of the books.

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