"Year of the Dog" was a fun comedic romance. I enjoyed the characters and building relationship. It was fun to see Sara teach Todd how to take care of a dog and it amusing to. Sara was kind and smart and I liked how she cared for pets and others. Todd was strict, smart and caring and he learned to let go with the help of Sara. I liked how Todd and Sara got together and they got to know each other also. Their relationship was interesting and the romantic scenes were sweet. The other characters were interesting in their own right. Tiffany Sara's niece was amusing and outspoken but caring to. I pitied Todd having to deal with his sort of mean father. This was a caring romantic story with a good ending.
A maverick teenaged niece, a fledgling doggy treat business and a houseful of rescued pets leave PE teacher Sara with little time for romance, especially one with a conservative, pet-less attorney such as Todd, but when he needs help coping with a boisterous and endearing dog foisted upon him for the year, she finds it difficult to ignore her attraction to him.
Falling in love with Sara doesn’t make sense to Todd, but he’s about to discover that the best things in life are out of his control. A collection of nosy friends and family will do their best to convince this dissimilar pair that they’re better off together, but everything will ultimately boil down to one question: are their differences too great to overcome, or are they what makes them perfect for each other?
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