If You Were Mine

If You Were Mine

eBook - 2012
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The last thing Zach Sullivan wants is to take care of his brother's new puppy for two weeks. Until he meets the dog trainer, that is. Heather is bright, beautiful, and he can't stop thinking about her. Unfortunately, she just might be the only woman on earth who wants nothing to do with him. Heather Linsey can't believe she's stuck working with one of the city's top dogs, auto-shop tycoon Zach Sullivan. Especially when his focus is clear from the start--not only to learn how to deal with his temporary puppy, but also to make Heather his. Having sworn off love at seventeen when she realized it was nothing more than a pack of lies, she has stuck to her vow never to fall for a charming man. But as Heather's determination to push Zach away only fuels his determination to get closer--and the sensual and emotional connection between them grows more and more undeniable--will the biggest Sullivan bad boy of all tempt her into believing in love again?
Publisher: [Sonoma, Calif.] : [Oak Press], c2012
ISBN: 9781938127212
1938127218
Branch Call Number: E-BOOK
Characteristics: 1 online resource

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Sarah1984
May 05, 2016

17/8 - This book has a few flaws, but reading it makes my heart feel all warm and smushy. There's a ton of doggy love which had me running to snuggle with my doggy and plenty of smoking hot sex scenes between Zach and Heather, in fact the second half of the book was practically one long sex scene with a few breaks in between to feed and toilet the dogs. Zach and Heather were fully fleshed-out characters, but other than the rest of the Sullivan gang, there were no secondary characters that weren't simple walk on/extra parts. I suppose you could call the dogs, Cuddles and Atlas, secondary characters, they certainly had more distinct personalities than people like Tina (Heather's assistant) or Heather's parents. I love it when it's the woman who's more reluctant to admit her feelings than the man - Zach said the magic three words first - I like the idea of a role reversal and for the guy to become the soft and slightly soppy one in the relationship (at least temporarily). Will definitely keep picking these up when I see them at the library.

karcoldelharvic5 May 10, 2014

Great series. Each one a good read, and a catch up with all the family

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Feb 27, 2015

This is Zach Sullivan's story of finding love with a dog trainer who is helping him train his niece's new puppy that is caring for while the family in on vacation. Zach falls in love with both the puppy and the trainer.

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