Can a pup with a nose for trouble collar two lovers who need a miracle Lydia Keane figured she d be heading for heaven after finding her best friend, Amy, the perfect husband But instead the reluctant angel s still stuck here on earth, trapped in the chubby body of a corgi named Piggy and blackmailed into another matchmaking mission This time the job means manufacturinCan a pup with a nose for trouble collar two lovers who need a miracle Lydia Keane figured she d be heading for heaven after finding her best friend, Amy, the perfect husband But instead the reluctant angel s still stuck here on earth, trapped in the chubby body of a corgi named Piggy and blackmailed into another matchmaking mission This time the job means manufacturing a little mischief before any marital vows are exchanged an assignment that lets her hound every human within sniffing distance.Wedding consultant Joey DeMato knows firsthand how hard it is to find true love So when it comes to romance, Joey is all business until Alicia, an old friend from college, becomes Joey s latest client Alicia is rushing into a marriage with a hero cop who saved her life But as Joey tries to stay on the sidelines, the gorgeous groom gets under her skin with than a little help from a conniving canine Piggy s scheme includes nixing the planned nuptials in favor of Joey and the handsome lawman but Piggy s not the only one who wants the bride out of the way Now, with just days until the wedding, can one devilish dog put the bite on a mysterious stalker and still find time to play canine Cupid
Diamond in the Ruff Can a pup with a nose for trouble collar two lovers who need a miracle Lydia Keane figured she d be heading for heaven after finding her best friend Amy the perfect husband But instead the reluctant
After having some time to think it over I still come out conflicted on my feelings for the book On the one hand the Emily Carmichael is a very engaging and witty writer I was drawn into the story in a snap She has a wonderful flair for building a scene such as the first skiing scene I swear that was a replication of my first time on skis On the other hand there was not one character that I liked Practically everyone was mean to one another either thinking snarky thoughts about one another or goi [...]
This was a tongue in cheek story, written partly from a human standpoint, and partly from that of a dog Our dog friend is a Welsh Corgi, inhabited by a spirit sent to Earth by the administrator at the gates of Heaven to atone for her sins as a human She feels slighted and put upon, but still is a help and able to find out the truth and get the humans not only together but together with the right mates She works with Joey, a human whose career is that of wedding consultant, and another Corgi, thi [...]
I usually do not like stories with fantasy and angels I usually do not like when animals think When starting this book with a prologue written at the first person with the dog speaking, a dog over who was the reincarnation of a dead woman, I got frightened that this book would not do it at all.However it came out really fine the dog s dead woman reincarnation thoughts were rather funny and provided a different and interesting perspective on the events the characters were overall very likable, ev [...]
Fun follow up to Lydia s new life as an angel in a dog s body This time Piggy is staying with a wedding planner who is planning a week long extravaganza at a skiing lodge for an old friend but is somewhat interested in the groom The bride seems to be spending time with the owner of the lodge old boyfriend and the groom s daughter seems to know Piggy s secret Then the bride is getting threatening poems and Piggy has to figure out how to save the day with no thumbs.
I m a total Corgi person, and I live near Denver, CO so this book was practically written for me That said, I really enjoyed the story it s hard to keep all the characters likable when breaking up the engaged couple so the groom can hook up with the wedding consultant is the plan very nicely done Also I just loved the character of Tess
This book was a fun romantic romp The perspective of the dog, who was once a human, was creative and humorous Joey the wedding planner is attracted to her friend s fianc He feels the chemistry too This was a pickle I didn t know how the author would emerge from, but she did it with great skill.
This was the 2nd in the corgi series and it starred Piggy the corgi to help two people find the right other person as well as advert danger It just seems that these books are a bit long and could be told in shorter page length.
I really enjoyed this story Piggy the Corgi, formerly Lydia Keane, steals the show This character is a real hoot I hope this author writes books featuring Piggy and her attitude.
A great relaxing read for the corgi lover Emily Carmichael truly knows the corgi personality and portays it well The humans are pretty funny supporting characters in this book.
This was a cute book, pretty predictable but still a fun, quick read
Was just OK The dogs in the book were the best part.
Funny sequel to Finding Mr Right