Fired from her job as a paralegal, Samantha Novak is in trouble. When Telltale, a Hollywood tabloid, asks her to write an expose on the reality television dating show, The Love Dog, Samantha is thrilled. She’s always dreamed of being a writer, and the fat paycheck won’t hurt. After being recently left at the altar, she’s not too keen on love either.
Hired as the canine star’s handler, Samantha finds that digging up dirt on set is harder then she thought. Apollo, the show’s star, is a sweet golden retriever who takes his job as the “love dog” very seriously. He only wants to help couples fall in love and make everyone on set happy. Mason Hall, the show’s producer and leading man, is down to earth, charming, and... very attractive.
If Samantha doesn’t reveal to the world that the reality show isn’t exactly “real,” her new career will be over before it starts. But when she falls in love with Apollo and Mason, will she still have the heart to expose The Love Dog’s dirty secrets?
Elsa Watson returns with another charming "tail"!
Praise for Dog Days, One of Publishers Weekly's Best Romance Novels of 2012!
“For anyone who has ever wondered what their beloved pets would say if they could talk, this adorable love story provides a sweetly imagined answer, with smart poetic justice in the end.”
—Publishers Weekly (starred review) on Dog Days
“Dog Days is everything I love in a book funny, tender, beautifully crafted and cleverly plotted, with a perfect twist of an ending I didn't see coming. The touching tale of two lost souls finding each other has been given fresh life by the talents of the very gifted Elsa Watson.”
—Susan Wiggs, #1 New York Times bestselling author
“An unforgettable and unique take on the buddies by accident story…drop everything and read this book!”
—Susan Wilson, New York Times bestselling author of One Good Dog, on Dog Days
“A delightful story that readers should relax with and just enjoy. Anyone who loves animals, and has ever imagined what they might be thinking, will find this to be a wholly amusing tale. Those who haven't may see the world from a different point of view.”
—RT BookReviews (4 stars)