When Aaron finds Mavis, an emaciated and shy Boston terrier, at a pet adoption fair, his heart goes out to her—completely.
When Christian, manning the adoption fair for the Humane Society that autumn Saturday, finds Aaron, his heart goes out to him—completely.
This is a story about embracing love, whether it’s for someone who walks on four legs or on two. Mavis’s journey back to wholeness and finding her forever home parallels the story of two men discovering each other at the perfect moment—a moment that defies logic, propriety, and common sense. But when did love ever follow a rational course?
I Heart Boston Terriers by Rick R. Reed
My rating: 2 of 5 stars
There were so much things that didn't sit well with me in this story.
The sister, I think she's having split personality, you know, hot and cold, and annoying.
I only liked Mavis the dog. I can't like Christian and Aaron for some reasons, careless, too impulsive to have a 'relationship' right away after one meeting (failed hook-up).
As for the careless, really?(view spoiler)[They got naked and almost having sex, in the living room, in Aaron's sister's place, caught by his sister and Christian's just laugh? (hide spoiler)]
And what was it about Aaron's mind that he wanted Christian to move in with him, on a first non-date, date? After a bad breakup, really?
And the story were just ended abruptly, after "Don't wait up!"
*ARC provided by publisher.*
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