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A year after the death of his wife, Christine, Dan is barely holding on. But one thing gets him through the long, lonely nights and that is his cherished dog, Anni. When she is stolen from his front yard, Dan and his daughter, Lindsay, are devastated. Meanwhile in another part of town, Andrea Keller is recovering from the heartbreak of a messy divorce. After she rescues a defenseless dog from an abusive tenant, her life changes in ways she never could have anticipated.
Dan and Andrea cross paths again and again, only to keep missing each other and the opportunity of a lifetime. As Anni works to find her way home, can she bring together these two lost souls desperately in need of a second chance at happiness?
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By Pamela Dale Foster on 11-10-14
Animals Inspire Love
I've read many books where dogs are the central character. Seeing this book, inspired my interest because of the face of a beautiful dog on the cover. Once again, I was not disappointed.
Dan and Lindsay were the husband and daughter of Christine. She had died within the past year and they both missed her very much. Lindsay was 17 and in her last year of high school. Dan was 40 and worked for a micro-beer corporation. And then there was Anni, their 8 year old mixed breed dog who had been stolen. Lindsay saw her abduction happening but had no useful information that helped to find her.
The story involved many character's. The characters were well developed and worked into the plot of the book very well. Anni, the dog, was my favorite character. She stole my heart and understood how her family felt lost without her. Anni's love of people was known by everyone who entered her life. Dan and Lindsay hoped that whoever had taken Anni, loved her as much as they had.
The book was short and I was able to finish it the day that I started it. The personalities of the character's were well developed. The narrator, Dan John Miller, did a great job with male and female voices as well as their emotions. I would encourage others to listen to this book, especially if they are in need of a hug. The ability of a dog to inspire love was definitely seen. The book was an enjoyable and easy listen. Put your feet up, lean back and enjoy.
16 of 16 people found this review helpful
By Catherine on 01-11-15
Predicable, at least an hour longer than necessary
Did you watch "All My Children" in the early 1990s when Dixie did not know that Tadd had survived the explosion? That was all I could think about as this story unfolded. Dan going up the elevator when Andrea is going down. Andrea driving out of the parking lot right as Dan run out to catch her. The story drew out way longer than my patience.
Mediocre, not worth the points.
11 of 11 people found this review helpful
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By Joe on 12-23-14
Not for me.
What disappointed you about Hello Love?
It was sickly, predictable and narrorated in most unfortunate sacarine manner. I kept waiting for it to get better but it didn't.
Would you ever listen to anything by Karen McQuestion again?
Who might you have cast as narrator instead of Dan John Miller?
What reaction did this book spark in you? Anger, sadness, disappointment?
Any additional comments?
1 of 1 people found this review helpful