Rating: 4 stars
Two years after losing her fiance in a motorcycle accident, Sloan finds a dog running around in the street. She ends up bringing him home and calling the number on his id tag to locate his owner, who does not respond. After several days, she is in love with the dog and finally the owner, Jason, calls and explains his situation. He and Sloan end up texting and talking and when he gets back into town, she agrees to go on a date with him.
This was a really cute, light, happy story. Jason is a semi-famous musician and I usually avoid books about the rich and famous, it’s just not my thing. But I loved @authorabbyjimenez’s first book, The Friend Zone, and so many of my friends loved this one, so I gave it a shot. With a semi-famous musician as a lead, I expected a story of excess and extravagance, two things I am not interested in reading about, but this story could not have been further away from that. Jason was a very down-to-earth, family oriented guy. I loved how Abby Jimenez explored the demands of a record label, the demands of a music career and touring with a band. I thought it was really well done and added a lot of depth and dimension to this unique rom com. I highly recommend this book to anyone who likes romance and rom coms.