Saturday, August 8, 2015

BOOK REVIEW- Unleash My Heart

BOOK REVIEW- Unleash My Heart-Maybe Charlie Rockwell should have thought a little harder before adopting the large, out-of-control rescue dog she saw featured on the local news—but, then again, her life has always been best with no waiting, no attachments, nobody to hold her back. 
Will Porter lives a life of order and routine, so, of course, he's miffed when a savage Rottweiler picks a fight with his golden retriever at the dog park. His anger quickly vanishes when he looks into the tearful eyes of the dog's owner—eyes that look strikingly similar to his ex's. Even though he'd like nothing more than to run in the other direction, he's unable to ignore the beautiful stranger's request for help in taming her new dog. 
Can Will get past her resemblance to his ex and finally learn to love—and trust—again? And can Charlie find the fun in a simpler existence? Who knows, maybe opposites really do attract. AMAZON

Charlie's grandmother sounds like she was quite a remarkable woman in her youth.  Its just a shame that Charlie feels like she threw her life away when she married.  This shaped a lot of Charlie's thoughts concerning deeper relationships  love, and marriage.   Charlie was definitely unorthodox in her own way.  She never had a lasting relationship with a man; just brief flings, some lasting several weeks.  Charlie and Will are so different  She is spontaneous and Will is a planner, every risk weighted.   Will was fighting the attraction at first, he was just getting over heartbreak.  But he still was drawn in.  The only problem is he was drawn into really liking her and wanting to know her more  she was drawn into lust for him.  He's hoping for more.  
The two dogs were as much a part of the story as the people.  Rugby was the rescue dog who stole Charlie's heart.  He needed training and she was soooo unprepared for the work when it came to her rescue dog but she was willing to love him through it.  Tuck was Will's beloved, well trained dog; one of his best friends. 

I was given a copy of this book in exchange for an honest review.

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