I really enjoyed this second book in the Going to the Dogs series. Ms. Dawson has done a great job developing her characters to be everyday people that her readers can easily relate to while wrapping an interesting storyline around them to keep us turning the pages. When the whole fiasco started over Mimi, the champion poodle getting a bad poodle cut by one of Brooke Palmer’s workers, I figured that she could hopefully appease the owner with some free services at Pawlish, her exclusive doggie spa and grooming business. When the client refused and then sued her, I felt so bad for Brooke because she worked so hard getting her business to the level that it was and now this client was threatening to destroy Brooke and Pawlish’s reputation. When corporate lawyer Drew Hudson entered the picture, I felt the chemistry between him and Brooke immediately - although it definitely took them awhile to realize it themselves. I’m thoroughly enjoying this dog series and I eagerly can’t wait to read book three. This is a fun series that’s definitely worth investing in!
After a client’s dog receives a bad poodle cut at Brooke Palmer’s dog spa and grooming business, the client immediately wants retribution. So she places a lawsuit against Brooke and will do everything to make certain Pawlish closes for good. Even though lawyer Drew Hudson thinks this lawsuit is a waste of time, he must make certain that his client, who just so happens to be his boss’ wife, is satisfied with the result. Never do Brooke and Drew count on feeling the mutual attraction they have for each other. How does everything turn out for Brooke and Drew? Does Brooke lose the lawsuit and have to close Pawlish for good?
Can a dog have a bad hair day?
Brooke Palmer owns Pawlish, an exclusive doggie spa and grooming business in upper Manhattan, but when a client’s champion poodle gets a bad poodle cut and has to undergo therapy to recover, the client sues. The lawyer they send is drop dead gorgeous, but Brooke won't be wooed by a corporate shark in a sharp suit.
Corporate lawyer Drew Hudson has better things to do then take on this ridiculous lawsuit, but since he works for the client’s husband, he has no choice. After meeting the beautiful, sweet-tempered owner, he can’t keep his mind on the silly case. But when the client turns up dog gone dead, Brooke may be a conflict of interest when she’s charged with the murder. All Drew wants to do is prove that this sexy entrepreneur is not dangerous, except to his heart.
Can she take a chance on him?