Every Day Needs A Dog


Romance - Contemporary
264 Pages
Reviewed on 05/20/2014
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Reviewed by Anne-Marie Reynolds for Readers' Favorite

Every Day Needs a Dog by Billi Tiner is the story of Paul and Elizabeth and love at first sight. Paul lost his fiancee in a horrific car crash and his friends suggested he become a volunteer dog walker at the Spring Valley Dog Shelter. Elizabeth was unceremoniously fired from her job as head of PR at a prestigious company and was offered a job as President of the Dog Shelter. Both accept and their first meeting is something of a shock. Partly because Elizabeth is knocked off her feet by a huge Newfoundland puppy that Paul is walking and partly because of the electricity that flows between them. Elizabeth steers clear of Paul and instead goes out to lunch with Greg Silverman, a vet at the shelter. But, as well as trying to raise money for the shelter, Elizabeth finds herself falling foul of a jealous member of staff, a very hands-on vet and a stalker. Life becomes a little difficult for Elizabeth as she tries to contain her feelings for Paul and she leaves the shelter to go to another job. Is this the end for Paul? Will she find happiness in her new job?

Every Day Needs a Dog by Billi Tiner is the quintessential love story. It has love at first sight, heroes and villains, all the ingredients in the right mix for the perfect story. I thoroughly enjoyed it and thought that Billi Tiner had done a wonderful job with the plot and the characters. I am looking forward to getting hold of the other books in the series and hope that they are as good as this one.