It Started with a Dog (Lucky Dog #2) by Julia London @JuliaFLondon @BerkleyPub @NetGalley #romcom #contemporaryfiction #bookbloggers #rottiepuppy

Susanne’s Review:

Seriously Cute, though a Tad Predictable.

A Ridiculous Lyft Share Ends with an Inadvertent Phone Swap and a Meet Cute.

If only life worked out this way, for real!  Ha.

When Harper Thompson and Jonah Rodgers inadvertently swap phones during a wild Lyft share, they of course start swapping text messages. The fact that they are both cute, single, and live in the same city is a bonus!

Nothing could tear these two apart, except, of course, their career aspirations.  

Love, of course, prevails!

If you’re a dog lover, this book is definitely for you!  If you don’t have an animal in your life, watch out as this book is going to make you want to rescue one asap!

A cute weekend buddy read with Kaceey.

Thank you to Elisha at Berkley Publishing Group via NetGalley for the arc.

Kaceey’s Review:

For all dog lovers!🐶 

A sweet, warm, and fuzzy rom-com sure to put a big smile on your face. And very possibly, have you seriously considering adopting a rescue.😉 

Harper and Jonah are two strangers, desperate to get out of town as the Christmas travel rush is in full swing. 

Now the two fatefully share a ride to the airport. When their five-star rated driver unexpectedly hits the brakes, everyone’s phones are sent flying. In all the confusion, Jonah and Harper accidentally end up with each other’s phones. What ensues is hilarious! 

Can you even imagine a total stranger going through your phone? Reading all your texts… Ogling at all your pictures. Yes, all of them.🙈. Eeks! Umm, Just a thought…Lock your phone everyone!! 

When they finally re-connect to return the phones to their rightful owners, it’s a deep crush at first sight. And well, of course, they feel like they’ve known each other for years. No doubt, due in no small part from all that snooping into the other’s phones?🤔. And it certainly didn’t hurt that Jonah’s screen-saver was of his dog Truck. He’s got to be a good guy…right?💁🏻‍♀️ 

This was an extremely heart-warming and cute rom-com. And though almost every rom-com follows a formula, I must admit this one was highly predictable. But it was still entertaining and time well spent! 

A weekend rom-com buddy read with Susanne. 

Thank you to NetGalley and Elisha at Berkley Publishing 

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