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Reviewed by Trudi LoPreto for Readers' Favorite
Carolyn is about to be married but when plans do not work out, she packs up, leaves her parents' home and heads to St. Louis and a new job. Carolyn had no idea that her life would get so involved and exciting. She had planned to keep to herself, set up and have the new low-cost animal clinic become successful under her veterinarian skills. Instead, Carolyn found two men vying for her attention, a young misguided boy she knew she could help, and an office that was not getting enough neuter surgeries and was close to being closed down. Carolyn handles all of these situations with strength and wisdom. Some things work out; others not so much. Altogether, this makes for a good reading experience.
Romance is at the heart of On A City Street as well as heartbreak, mystery, new beginnings and surprise endings. I really enjoyed On A City Street a lot. Author Pat Wahler has created characters that are either very likable or obvious jerks. I found it really hard to put the book down and loved the twist ending. I found it refreshing to read about romantic encounters without any sexual content and yet still knew exactly what was happening. I believe that On A City Street would be a smash hit movie on the Hallmark Channel, appealing to all lovers of the romance genre with a little mystery, suspense and fun splashed in for good measure. I highly recommend On A City Street; it is a great summer read while sitting around the pool or on your porch. Please do not pass this one up.