Title: Must Love Wieners
LOVE—UNLEASHED. . .
First in a wickedly funny new series brimming with mystery and romance!
Piper Summers works like a dog juggling three jobs to put herself through veterinary school—driving taxis, delivering pizzas, and singing telegrams. Thankfully, Piper has her devoted dachshund Colin to help her keep things in line. That is, until she gets fired...and someone throws her a bone that is too good to resist.
Aiden Caldwell is an Armani ad come to life—a billionaire CEO who’s just adopted a dachshund from the rescue center where Piper volunteers. He’s hot on Piper’s tail to be his personal dog walker...but he may be after more than a walker for his wiener. The gorgeous, spirited Piper is everything he’s ever wanted from a woman—and more. But can Piper ever love, and trust, a man who has never learned to open his heart—or has she bitten off more than she can chew?
Must Love Wieners is the first book in Casey Griffin's Rescue Dog Romance series!
Author: Casey Griffin
Other books by this author that we've reviewed: Must Love Wieners
Series: Rescue Dogs Romance
Published by St Martin's Source: Author
Published: August 2nd 2016
Genres: Contemporary Romance
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What a delightful, thoroughly enjoyable read. In Must Love Wieners, Casey Griffin gives us romance, adorable animals, good causes and thrilling suspense.
Piper is pushing herself too hard to finish veterinary school. Luckily, she has Colin, her rescue Dachshund, to keep her company. I love how Piper understands Colin’s verbal responses. Poor Piper lives one of those lives where everything that can go wrong does and one day meets Aiden in the middle of an epic disaster.
Aiden is a buttoned down man who has been forced to take on great responsibility at a young age. He needs a little Piper in his life to alleviate the boredom and stress. He hires Piper to walk his adopted Doxie, Sophie. It’s charming though how he makes time to tag along each time Piper comes to walk Sophie. It turns out Piper and Sophie are already bonded but their owners have to work a little harder at creating a relationship.
When Piper is attacked and the dog rescue she works for is vandalized, both repeatedly, the story becomes one of intrigue and suspense.
Griffin weaves several theories of who or what is the target of the attacks, adds in a stereotypical bad reporter, a creepy customer, misunderstandings and poor communications to build a ton of tension.