Lost Dogs and Lonely Hearts ebook
by Lucy Dillon
An Interview with Lucy Dillon. Lost Dogs & Lonely Hearts. It fell open at the angry to-do list she’d made the previous day – pack stuff, phone storage company, change locks, book holiday – and she hastily turned to a new page. As Gerald spoke, she jotted down notes.
An Interview with Lucy Dillon. Before she could inherit Dot’s house, and the boarding kennels, and the rescue centre that was part of it, she’d have to arrange a valuation for probate, then the solicitors would send off the various forms, the Revenue would calculate the inheritance tax to pay, nothing would be hers until some of that was paid, blah blah blah – but, even as.
Lost Dogs and Lonely Hear. has been added to your Cart. This book was something of a revelation for me; the everyday life and problems of people, dogs can be as engaging and entertaining as romanticised stories about impossibly beautiful, young and passionate characters. I was captivated by this book. Yes. I am a dog person. But, that would not necessarilly make me go all soppy over a story about dogs and broken hearts.
Do you mind?’ she asked, over breakfast. I usually get three nights a week off, but you know, with Dot and everything. She lifted her hands apologetically. mates – it’s a birthday party? I won’t be far away, if there’s an emergency. Rachel hardly felt she could say no, given that Megan had mucked out the kennels already that morning – and she was still waiting for a small bequest from Dot, which couldn’t be released until Rachel filed the probate application. Which she was definitely going to get finished that morning.
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Start by marking Lost Dogs and Lonely Hearts as Want to Read: Want to Read savin. ant to Read. I read and adored Lucy’s debut novel The Ballroom Class when it was released last year, and I’ve been really eager for her to bring a second book out! When I found it was about dogs, I was a bit unsure as I’m not the biggest dog lover in the world, but the cover won me over with its lovely winter setting, and I think it’s going to be a big seller in the run up to Christmas.
And they - and their dogs - learn some important lessons about loyalty, companionship and unconditional love. co/1VBwpv0 WALKING BACK TO HAPPINESS: adbl. co/1U5gu7e THE SECRET OF HAPPY EVER AFTER: adbl.
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Lucy Dillon is the national bestselling author of The Secret of Happy Ever After, Walking Back to Happiness, and Lost Dogs and Lonely Hearts. She lives in Herefordshire, England, with her pair of basset hounds, Bonham and Violet. Category: Women’s Fiction Contemporary Romance. People Who Read Lost Dogs and Lonely Hearts Also Read.
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Lucy Dillon (born 1974) is a British writer of romance novels. In 2010, her novel Lost Dogs and Lonely Hearts won the Romantic Novel of the Year Award by the Romantic Novelists' Association. Her fifth novel, A Hundred Pieces of Me won the 2015 RoNA Award for the Best Contemporary Romantic Novel. Lucy Dillon was born in 1974 in Cumbria, England, UK. She now divides her time between London and the Wye Valley. The Ballroom Class (2008). Lost Dogs and Lonely Hearts (2009). Walking Back to Happiness (2010).