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Puppy Christmas (Forever Home #2) by Lucy Gilmore

Puppy Christmas by Lucy Gilmore
I think this is my favorite holiday romance so far. I ended the book feeling good about a life! 
Who doesn't want that?

The hero is a single dad trying to do what is best for his disabled little girl. He is by no means perfect, or rich, or a womanizer... he is dare I say... normal? And the heroine is a hardworking woman that although is doing well in life on that department has not had the best luck with man.
This was a heartfelt story from beginning to end. It also had humor and charm, you will find yourself smiling rather often. All in all I cannot think of one single reason for you not to read this little gem. Give Puppy Christmas a try!

Blurb: 
Lila Vasquez might not be the "fun one" at Puppy Promise―the service puppy training school she runs with her sisters―but she can always be counted on to gets things done. So when her latest client shows an interest in princess gowns over power suits, Lila puts aside her scruples, straps on the glittery heels, and gets to work.

If only the adorable six-year-old's father wasn't such an appealing Prince Charming.

Ford's whole life revolves around his daughter...until he meets Lila. Smart, capable, and amazing at helping Emily gain confidence with her new service puppy at her side, Lila is everything he ever wanted―but she's way out of his league. Good thing Emily and her new pup are up to the matchmaking task. This Christmas, it's all hands (and paws) on deck!
 


Find Puppy Christmas at: GoodReads - Inklings Bookshop

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