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Deefur Dog by R.J. Scott
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Jun 06, 2011

it was amazing
bookshelves: friends-to-lovers, family-drama, gay-romance
Read in June, 2011

RJ Scott has done it again with a feel good love story. Cameron Jackson is mourning his dead husband while trying to raise his two year old daughter, help run a business and get a grip on a mammoth dog with a mind of its own. Every nanny Cameron has hired was run off by Deefur the dog. Cameron finally makes up his mind to get rid of Deefur and runs into a hot Jason Everson who volunteers at the animal shelter. Jason is about to be evicted and needs a job badly to finish up his teaching degree. Jason also happens to be the perfect live in nanny. True to her romantic style of writing, RJ winds a tale of lost love and love found again. Don't look for a lot of hot sex in this book because you won't find it. Pick this book up if you're looking for a feel good romance story and you won't be disappointed in the least.
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message 1: by R.J. (new) - added it

R.J. *smooches*

message 2: by Don (new) - rated it 5 stars

Don Bradshaw It was great and I don't think you need to add more to the end. It's a HEA.

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