Editorial Reviews. From Publishers Weekly. Starred Review. Don’t be put off by the talking dogs; clever (human) dialogue and sassy heroines make this joint. Dogs and Goddesses by Jennifer Crusie, Lani Diane Rich and Anne Stuart – book cover, description, publication history. Read “Dogs and Goddesses A Novel” by Jennifer Crusie with Rakuten Kobo. Abby has just arrived in Summerville, Ohio, with her placid Newfoundland, Bowser.
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There were some pretty clever cliches, humorous language and definitely some very sexy, ahem, parts.
Once the story got going, it proved hard to put down. 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. Sorry, your blog cannot share posts by email.
But the goddess doesn’t intend to go down easily.
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Her tightly-wound world spins crusue of control when she goddessrs the chaos within and meets a mysterious dog trainer whose teaching style is definitely hands-on. So well worth the read. The very best part was the paragraph in the middle of page But eventually it all came together and I really enjoyed this book. And Shar is a professor of ancient history who’s trying to finish her grandmother’s book, but can’t find that one last footnote.
Well, maybe Shar and Sam can build a relationship based on their mutual love of dogs and 80s films. Bought by the Italian. Love Me if You Dare.
Although this book doesn’t situational humor of some of her other books, I really enjoyed “Dogs and Goddesses” portrayal of the dog-person relationship. I can’t say that I’d recommend it unless bizarre, supernatural romance is your thing. When All the Girls Have Gone. The writing is great. As the story goes, inan archeologist dug up a Mesopotamian temple and woke up the seven It took me longer than a week to get through this.
Dogs and Goddesses by Jennifer Crusie
While there he asks her to take a month and go to the family home out in the country where he has two wards he needs to have evaluated. I really struggled to finish this book. Explore the Home Gift Guide. Not Enabled Screen Reader: Read more Read less. I can’t tell the protagonists apart. Add another dozen or so characters and dogs and there is really quite the crew involved. It combines widely disparate elements: I highly recommend all her work. You only give it two stars so ill avoid it at full price, but is it worth?
All things I love. I will just chalk this one up to being a bad collaboration between the authors. It does have some fun moments, so if you can find it cheap, you might enjoy it as a night-in read, or on the beach. What on earth is going on in this unearthly little town? It was weird and hard to connect with. And yet I was disappointed. And they realize that the ancient goddess that Shar is trying to footnote, is REAL, and trying to take over the world! Her heroine is crazy boring, and I felt the same way about her part in the other group book they wrote.
Not recommended for cat people.
Realizes she still loves her ex and breaks off her engagement with her current beau. But the real stars of the show are the wonderful canine companions. The different women do have their own sub-voice, but overall the tone was very consistent.
Just know it is a great read, worth whatever you spend on it, you’ll be thinking about it when it’s over, recommend it to everyone and be praying you’re right that you smell a sequel in the near future.
And why would you mix up a perfectly adequate romance plot with all this stuff about Mesopotamia? Sep 11, Tammy rated it it was amazing Jennifr Snaps to the authors for including a year-old heroine! Well, hot on the heels of the last Little Black Dress book review, heres another.
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I tried, I really did, but I just couldn’t get around the ridiculousness of the premise, and I really love fantasy novels so I’m no stranger to ridiculous premises.
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