The first time together, The Corny Myers Series. Quirky pet detective, Corny Myers, can talk to animals to solve cases, but will this help her pull together her love life?
Klutzy Love: Corny is a hot chick with a great job that she loves. All that changed in the blink of an eye when her boss had an accident involving an over-sized rubber band. She's still a hot chick, but her boss is dead. Steve Spears is a seasoned narcotics cop who ends up wanting to strangle Corny on a regular basis. After finding out Corny's dream of opening a pet detective business, he decides he doesn't want a girlfriend who routinely puts herself in danger. That's his job! Corny misses Steve, but she's getting on with her life. She decides to get a month's worth of dating out of the way in a single night, by combining her three favorite things - men, food, and alcohol. Steve's big gun and cop's intuition saves Corny's life, but not from another trip to the emergency room. He makes Corny promise never to get hurt again - she agrees, but has her fingers crossed behind her back.
Flamingo Blues: In the pursuit of the perfect Christmas getaway in Victoria BC, Corny steals a tour bus; returns a flock of stolen flamingos to their favorite lake; buys Steve, her tough-as-nails Seattle cop boyfriend, front row seats to the circus; and she gets a bright and shiny new key.
Be Mine: Corny has a unique psychic ability to communicate with animals. Can she come up with five days of perfect Valentine's gifts for her tough-as-nails Seattle cop boyfriend. Time is running out and Brutus - the horny Labrador, Molly - the hussy French Poodle, Hernando Lamberto - the prized Pekinese, Harry - the Penguin, Buddy the Butt Head - Iguana, and three raccoons all need Corny's attention. Can she pull it all together for the perfect Valentine's Day celebration?
Love Crazed: Corny has her work cut out for her in Love Crazed, Book Four in The Corny Myers Series.
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Quirky concept but really immature at times
- K. April Holgate
Why only one star