Friday, 3 August 2012

Free book - 3 Heads & A Tail


One of my books, 3 Heads & A Tail, is free until Sunday, so if you fancy reading this one, it's a good time to snap it up.

Book blurb:

When nature lover Josie moves into a house share with two pals, dreamer Ben and model man David, she sees it as a short stop and doesn't bank on an attraction developing with one of them. Meanwhile, Ben's dog, Glen, has the hots for Miss Posh, the beautiful golden Lab in the park. When dog meets dog it's puppy love, but a complication leads to Glen taking matters into his own paws. In this comedy of errors, romance and walkies, it's anyone's guess who is going to get the girl/dog and live happily ever after.
    Recommended for ages 16 and up.


Annarita Guarnieri

***** A doggy good novel

What happens if you put together three heads and a tail under the same roof, most of all if you have two male heads, a female one and a tail attached to a Labrador Golden Retriever extremely resourceful and madly in love?
   And what happens if the above mentioned Labrador Golden Retriever decides to take the situation into his own paws, not trusting the ability of "his" humans to solve it?
   Add a sweet, nice but a little clumsy guy, a housemate who's as handsome as a model but has very little principles and a young woman who hasn't yet decided what to make of her life, and you have the recipe for a humorous love story of a different kind, mostly seen through the eyes of Glen, the tail owner, and written with unusual wittiness and ability.
   Far from being the "odd dog out", Glen, the Golden Retriever, is definitely one of the main characters of this amusing comedy, at the same level with Ben, David and Josie or even a step ahead of them.
   A doggy good novel you must not miss, if you like a good comedy and/or if you love dogs and share your life with one of them, no matter what breed it is!

Ey Wade    

***** Paws for a delightful read

Oh my gosh this is a funny book. I hate to harp on the topic of how the dog made the story, but I think he did. I know for sure I will forever look at my own dog and wonder what she is thinking.
   Vickie did a terrific job transitioning between the romance concerning the humans and the love the dogs had for each other.
   There was just the right amount of suspense between everyone/thing involved to keep you turning the pages and hoping all would work out well. I really enjoyed the story. It's such a feel good read and recommend it to all aged readers.
   (C) Ey Wade 2012 all rights reserved and all rights granted to the author of reviewed book.

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