Dog Friendly by Victoria Schade 

Title:  Dog Friendly: A Novel
Author: Victoria Schade 
Publisher: Berkley Publishing Group 
Genre:  Romance
Format:  Kindle
No. of Pages: 350
Date of Publication: 28 June, 2022
My Rating:  2 Stars

My Thoughts 

I enjoyed the summer-vacation-in-a-coastal-area aspect of this one as well as the dogs. I also gained extra awareness of what vets must live under and was, therefore, grateful to see this issue written about with sensitivity. 

But I never really bought the romance between Morgan and Nathan though and never felt much connection to any of the human characters. Nor did I really much like any of the human characters. 

I'm sure a lot of readers will love this one but, given my issues with it, I can't count myself among that number. 

eARC kindly provided by Berkley Publishing Group and NetGalley. Opinions shared are my own.


A burned-out veterinarian takes a much-needed beach vacation, where a charming surfer makes waves in her love life, and a unique foster pup renews her passion for her work.
Exhausted veterinarian Morgan Pearce is feeling overworked and under-thanked, so when two favorite clients ask her to watch their special needs senior dog in their Nantucket home, she jumps at the chance for a summer break. She hopes her time on the island will be a reset from the stress of her everyday life, but her chill vacation vibe takes a hit when she gets roped into fostering a challenging, anxious dog and helping plan the local rescue group’s glittery annual fundraiser.
Her trip starts to feel more like a vacation when Morgan begins falling for Nathan Keating, an irresistible entrepreneur who thinks every problem can be solved on a surfboard. Just as the summer is shaping up to be the magical refresh she needs, thanks to a fling that feels like the beginning of something real and Hudson, the foster dog who reminds her how much she loves her job, a visit from her estranged brother and the discovery of who Nathan really is changes everything. Morgan finds herself at a crossroads, trying to determine if mistakes from the past must define the future, or if she should forgive, forget, and grab hold of a chance to finally rescue herself.


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