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If you lost both your spouse and your dog to cancer within weeks of each other, but you were sadder about the dog, would you tell anyone? Maybe your closest friends. Unfortunately, Jane Bailey's closest friends are on the other side of the country. That's where Jane plans to go now that she's free to leave Philadelphia, the too cold, beachless, street taco-deficient city her husband dragged her to six years ago. But with no job prospects in her hometown of San Diego, Jane is roped into helping out temporarily at her uncle's southwestern small-town B&B. En route to her new role as innkeeper and breakfast chef, she finds a stray at a rest stop. With her heart in pieces from the loss of her dog, she's determined not to let this mutt worm its way into her affections. She's also determined to have next-to-no interaction with the B&B's irritating guests, and the even more annoying handyman who lives next door. Can Jane keep her sanity - and her secret that she's not really a grieving widow - while trying to achieve her dream of getting back to the place she thinks is home? Fans of Lolly Winston's Good Grief will enjoy Rescue Me, Maybe.
©2015 Jackie Bouchard (P)2015 Brilliance Audio, all rights reserved
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5 out of 5 stars
By Mystical Lady on 01-03-18

Dogs are the best medicine!

A heartwarming story of the bond between a woman and a dog. No matter what happens in life, a dog just makes life a lot easier to get through. A definite plus to add to your collection. 😀 ("")("")

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5 out of 5 stars
By Natty Bee on 05-14-16

Not Your Typical Dog Novel

A book about loss and recovery. About what we start out doing in life suddenly taking us in an entirely different direction. A good story with a strong female character. She has some rough edges but slowly begins to loose her cynicism as life changes for her.
Funny and often touching without the melodramatic. Yes, there is a good looking guy she meets but this is not a romance novel. This is how a person finds her strengths from inside her and not from the salvation of an outside source.
Full of many cute, annoying, colorful and ispirational characters. Also some flying muffins. A good listen from a good narrator. Oh and of course there is the dog...........

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