When love involves shelter animals, these four stories will warm your heart.
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Love Unleashed by Jackie Marilla
Glenda Weber is tired of roaming around her big empty house alone. Her volunteer work at the local animal shelter in Cedar Grove, Iowa, is satisfying, but she'd give anything to have a companion and a few pets. Too bad her loyalty to her deceased husband prohibits bringing pets into the house, and her insecurities about finding new love complicates matters.
Love Is Always Paws-able by Joanne Jaytanie
Second chances at life, love, and a forever home don't come every day.
Faith Daniels leaves a successful Silicon Valley career to follow her life's dream: in Cedar Grove she builds a foster home for unwanted and abused dogs. She knows dogs have the ability to love even after being abandoned. Abandoned by her fiancé and friends, Faith wishes she could learn to love and trust again.
Love Again by Angela Ford
Madi Wilson's life was perfect. Or so she thought until her husband of 35 years left her. Alone in a big house with no one to love, she decides to volunteer at the local no-kill animal shelter. The shelter and a Puggle in need of love and a home begin to fill that void.
Champagne and Catnip by Amanda Ward
Dr. Dan Livingstone has had a not so secret crush on Yorkshire lass Caryn Fielding since she started working at the shelter. Taking his courage in both hands, he asks her out on a date. To his delight, she agrees.