Veterinarian Grant Morrison is a sucker for strays, both the four-legged kind and the two-legged kind. So when a redhead walks into his office with an injured dog, he does the only thing he knows how to...more
Sarah Churchill can barely makes end meet. As a former foster child, she has major trust issues, and feels unloved and unworthy. While riding her bike, she hits a stray puppy. She takes the puppy to the local vet even thoug...more
Sarah Churchill has lived in Greer for three months now, it's actually beginning to feel like home. If her past don’t' catch up to her, she can stay. After hitting a pup and rushing him to the local Veterinarian, Grant Morrison, her life begins to change. Going from foster home to foster home she learned to put up walls and not trust anyone but Grant talks her into keeping the pup, and having a dog cracks those walls open a bit. Being around Grant opens them even fur...more
I must admit that there were plenty of moments in which the story felt too unreal, too perfect and ethereal. Its hard for me to accept pefect happy endings, and this book has too much of invented not-real parts, which could have been better.
I loved how she describes her u...more