Lost, Found and Forever by Victoria Schade
Published: March 2021 – Berkley
E-galley courtesy of the publisher and NetGalley
Justine Becker could not be more in love with her rescue dog, Spencer. He’s her best friend and “colleague” at her dog supply store, Tricks & Biscuits, in upstate New York. When she discovers a heartbreaking social media post trying to locate a dog that looks suspiciously like Spencer, Justine realizes that her beloved pup might actually belong to someone else.
Her worst fears are realized when she and Spencer meet up with Brooklyn-based Griffin McCabe, and he wants Spencer back. He claims he is the dog’s rightful owner, and has the paperwork to prove it. But Justine refuses to roll over and let him take Spencer without a fight.
It’s not easy juggling Spencer’s burgeoning new career as a dog actor, along with the demands of her life upstate, all while constantly trying to prove she’s a better pet parent than Griffin. Their not-so-friendly competition teeters on the edge of flat-out hate, so when romantic feelings for Griffin catch Justine off guard, she needs to determine if it’s all part of his plot to win the pup back, or if the guy who was good enough for Spencer might also be good enough for her. (publisher)
Justine rescued Spencer, possibly the world’s most adorable dog, and he repaid her by coming to her rescue. There’s nothing she wouldn’t do for him including fight for him when his former owner enters the picture. Just when Justine thinks her world can’t get more dramatic Spencer falls into an acting gig that’s being filmed not far from where said former owner lives. Does this sound like a novel that could be a Hallmark movie? I would watch that movie! Lost, Found & Forever has it all: attractive humans, adorable dog, and just enough drama to make an interesting escape of a read. I enjoyed it!
10 thoughts on “Lost, Found, and Forever”
Sounds charming, thanks for sharing your thoughts
It really was!
What a sweet and emotional story!
Definitely the right book at the right time for me!
Any book with a a dog in it usually wins me over, not that I am into dogs but they are kinda cute in books! I’d read this one.
I’m a dog person and couldn’t resist the cover 😊
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A dog like that, a romantic tagline. What’s not to like? Thank you for the review.
I totally agree!
Okay – now I want to read this one. And I would watch it too. 🙂 Thanks for sharing!
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