Wednesday, March 8, 2017

Short review: Rescuing Finley (Forever Home #1) by Dan Walsh



About the book:
Amy Wallace has made plenty of mistakes in her young life, but she didn’t see this one coming. Chris Seger is a marine serving in Afghanistan. His life is forever altered by a single, fateful step. A mother of another Afghan war vet suffers a devastating loss, which changes the course of Finley’s life for good. Finley is a mostly golden retriever, who suddenly finds himself alone and confused in a dog shelter. Could this prison actually become the place where Finley finally finds freedom? Rescuing Finley tells the story of how one rescue dog powerfully impacts three tragic lives and puts all of them on a road toward redemption and healing.

My rating:
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My thoughts:

Wowzer. My first Dan Walsh book and I loved it! I've definitely been missing out and plan on reading more of his books. I absolutely loved the dog, Finley. He seemed so sweet and getting to see part of the story through his eyes was amazing. I also really loved the romance because it wasn't the MAIN part of the story and yet it was very good.

All in all, a great read. I definitely recommend Rescuing Finley.

*I did not get this for review, nor was I required to review it -- I chose to. As always, all thoughts and opinions expressed are my own.*
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