finished reading...

I enjoyed this book thoroughly. I love dogs. I love how San Francisco is described. I could relate to the characters. The delicate issue of mental health was accurately portrayed. My only criticism is that one character uses foul language and since it's the only foul language, it seems out of place. It's a fast read.

From the publisher:
As a pet bereavement counselor, Maggie Brennan uses a combination of empathy, insight, and humor to help patients cope with the anguish of losing their beloved four-legged friends. Though she has a gift for guiding others through difficult situations, Maggie has major troubles of her own that threaten the success of her counseling practice and her volunteer work with a dog rescue organization.

Everything changes when a distraught woman shows up at Maggie’s office and claims that her dog has been stolen. Searching the streets of San Francisco for the missing pooch, Maggie finds herself entangled in a mystery that forces her to finally face her biggest fear-and to open her heart to new love.

Packed with deep emotion and charming surprises, Dog Crazy is a bighearted and entertaining story that skillfully captures the bonds of love, the pain of separation, and the power of our dogs to heal us.

1 comment:

The Gal Herself said...

Aw, this sounds like a treasure of abook.