I absolutely adored this book. Talk about the unlikely and magic in the mundane. Abby, Shar, and Daisy make for very unlikely goddesses in training and Kammani the most hysterical villain I've seen to date. Although I'm not the biggest fan of dogs, I have to admit that all the canine helpers in this book were a lot of fun. The summon itself of Kammani was rib-crackingly funny and Mina has to be the bossiest henchwoman ever. Abby's cookies and the clicky-pen were great touches on an already enchanting novel. My only complaint about this anthology is that it could have been much longer. I would have loved to learn more about Sam's life as a god-king and where Kammani came from and the world they lived in. I can't wait to set what other great stories these authors have written.
Three single women are about to learn that, when it comes to love, you really can teach an old dog new tricks…
Abby has just arrived in Summerville, Ohio, with her placid Newfoundland, Bowser. She’s reluctantly inherited her grandmother’s coffee shop, but it’s not long before she’s brewing up trouble in the form of magical baked goods and steaming up her life with an exasperating college professor.
“Stuart is a consummate mistress of her craft.”—Romantic Times Bookreviews
And then there’s Daisy, a web code writer, and her hyperactive Jack Russell, Bailey. Her tightly-wound world spins out of control when she discovers the chaos within and meets a mysterious dog trainer whose teaching style is definitely hands-on.
“Rich has a knack for creating memorable characters.”—Romance Reader at Heart
Finally there’s Shar, professor of ancient history at Summerville College, who wakes up one morning to find her neurotic dachshund, Wolfie, snarling at an implacable god sitting at her kitchen table, the first thing in her life she hasn’t been able to footnote.
“Crusie is a master of fast-paced witty dialogue.”—Seattle Times
What on earth is going on in this unearthly little town? It’s up to Abby, Daisy, and Shar to find out before an ancient goddess takes over Southern Ohio, and they all end up in the apocalyptic doghouse…