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#Win Puppy Love for the Veterinarian by Amy Woods (US)

AMY WOODS loves nothing more than drinking coffee and making up stories. Luckily, she’s found the perfect way to justify spending all day doing exactly that by working as a romance author. When she's not busy writing love stories, Amy can be found walking with her rescue dog, Maggie, watching movies with her sweet husband, or baking delicious treats to go with all that coffee. Make sure to visit her website for more information: http://www.amywoodsbooks.com/


LOVE LESSONS LEARNED

June and Ethan certainly go through a series of hurdles on their way to happiness in Puppy Love for the Veterinarian. Like any couple, they each carry individual struggles and past hurts that must be overcome before they can move forward and build a future together. Having spent a great deal of time with these two characters, here’s what I think they would have to say about lessons learned on the road to romance:
-It takes time, but you can learn to trust again. Giving your heart away after getting burned is one of the hardest things to do in the pursuit of love, but it’s so worth it once you find someone who deserves it.
-Differences can be a beautiful thing. Cultural, class, background, and more—they are what make the world an interesting place to be alive, and they can add spice to a relationship.
-Love conquers all. No matter what challenges come your way, love is the most important thing we have as human beings, and its power can withstand almost anything life tosses in your path.  

  • Series: Peach Leaf, Texas (Book 3)
  • Mass Market Paperback: 240 pages
  • Publisher: Harlequin (June 21, 2016)
  • ISBN- 9780373659708

A New Leash On Love 
When June Leavy finds two puppies abandoned outside during a storm, she immediately feels a bond with the adorable animals. Swindled out of her life savings by her no-good ex, she, too, was left with nothing but heartache and struggles of her own. But when she arrives at the local veterinary clinic, June is met by dangerously handsome Dr. Ethan Singh, whose sexy smile threatens to disarm her hard-won emotional strength. 
Back in Peach Leaf, Texas, to recover from an ugly breakup, Ethan gently tends to the puppies and their charming caretaker. But as the storm rages, so does the electric attraction between Ethan and June. Is this real, or a cruel phantom of lost love? Stranded alone at the clinic, only one thing is certain: they've got all night to figure it out.


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Comments

  1. This book seems like a great way to explore the veterinary world. I used to be a veterinary assistant and I do regularly find myself missing that life. :)

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  2. This is a cute series. Thanks so much for the chance to win!

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  3. I like the book title and the cute cover:)

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  4. Oh this looks so good! I wanted to be a vet growing up. I would love to read and see what happens between June and Ethan!

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