This Chick Read: Every Dog Has His Day (Bluff Point #3) by Jenn McKinlay

Divorced mom Jessie Connolly has blinders on when it comes to handsome neighbors, but when her two daughters ask Brewery owner and next door neighbor Zach to help get their kitten off his roof her eyes are opened to what a great guy he is. This was one of those novels where the kids are adorable and funny and their interaction with the hero is heartwarming. Zach and Jessie had great chemistry but his interaction with her children made me fall in love with him too.

Zach is totally laid back, charming and has that childish joie de vivre. BUT he was also grown up enough to see what was in front of his face and know that he wanted it forever. Jessie had been through a bad divorce and her ex was a deadbeat dad which made her a little gunshy in the romance department. Zach kept coming through for she and her daughters and that love of life that may have looked childish to other women actually made him perfect in her eyes. The comparison to her ex was so disparate that she couldn’t help wanting him around permanently.

Every Dog Has His Day is one of those books you want to curl up on the couch with when the weather outside is cold and nasty. It warms you from within and reminds you that a little fun in a romance is a wonderful thing. I have not read the other books in this series but really enjoyed Jenn McKinlay’s style of writing and will definitely be checking those out.


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3 thoughts on “This Chick Read: Every Dog Has His Day (Bluff Point #3) by Jenn McKinlay

  1. The title made me take a look, I love stories with pets in them, they often are a welcome subject to invite romance into the story.. but you don’t mention the dog, didn’t he play an important role in it after all? Can you tell me this poodle’s name (it’s for a post I plan to do, I’ll link back to your review too)? Sounds fun and heart-warming!

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    1. The dog is a part of the story, but more as a way for these two neighbors to meet. She has two little girls and he has the dog, which is kind of like his own kid. When you put the dog and kids together its insta-love. I wouldn’t say the story focus’s on the dog though, but he does add to the story. I love dogs too! Especially if its a dog that is in a happy story and not a dog who dies for us to all learn a lesson. I hate those!! I can’t wait to read your post!

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