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Barking up the wrong tree

Jenn McKinlay

Barking up the wrong tree

by Jenn McKinlay

  • 389 Want to read
  • 7 Currently reading

Published .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Fiction,
  • Man-woman relationships,
  • Dogs,
  • Homecoming,
  • Physical therapists

  • About the Edition

    New York Times bestselling author Jenn McKinlay returns to Bluff Point, Maine, where one woman finds love with the help of an adorable golden retriever. LOVE IS A FOUR-LEGGED WORD. Carly DeCusati returned home to Bluff Point, Maine, with her tail between her legs. But she"s determined to get her life back on track--and that means finding new homes for the elderly golden retriever and overly talkative parrot she inherited before her old life fell apart. Enter physical therapist and hot one-night stand James Sinclair. James doesn"t care that Carly doesn"t do relationships. He is determined to win her heart, promising to help her with the pets if she"ll just give him the time of day. Carly agrees to date the irresistible James, and, for the first time in years, she"s dreaming of a happily ever after. But James has secrets, and if he can"t open up to Carly, their future could go to the dogs...

    Edition Notes

    Includes a preview for Every dog has it"s day.

    StatementJenn McKinlay
    SeriesBluff Point romance
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsPS
    The Physical Object
    Pagination324 pages
    Number of Pages324
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL26933648M
    ISBN 100399584749
    ISBN 109780399584749
    OCLC/WorldCa967973580

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    Aug 17,  · However, for a book that is initially about unfiltered non-conformist rule breakers that follow their passion, Barking up the Wrong Tree offers a lot of rules on its own, and many of those advocate the middle ground of two extremes. In conclusion, the book presents a potpourri of disconnected topics in a way that is very tolerable.4/4. ‘Barking Up the Wrong Tree – An Essay on Animal Welfare and Protection’ focuses on the major and general issues of animal welfare and protection, and tries to discover what we have misunderstood, what we have missed, and what we need to do in order to understand the situation of dogs and to be able to find a cure for the current worldwide.

    Barking Up The Wrong Tree – An Essay on Animal Welfare and Protection. Home. This book intends to highlight and explain many of the factors affecting animal welfare and protection issues that relate to dogs with the aim of identifying what we have missed, what we misunderstand and what we just don’t do properly, in order to achieve real. Barking Up the Wrong Tree. 4, likes · 76 talking about this. Barking Up the Wrong Tree is a genealogy blog that focuses on research tips and what NOT to do by taking a humorous look at mistakes on Followers: K.


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