Tuesday, February 4, 2020

Review: Dog Park Sweethearts (The Welsh Sisters #1) by Sasha Summers

Best friends fur-ever…

Autumn Welsh has a full life. Dream job. Loyal dog. Good friends. And a happy family. Or it would be, if she could stop worrying about her dad. He needs to get out, live a little, maybe even find someone special. And she has the perfect woman in mind. With the help of her steadfast, dog park buddy Noah, she sets out to help her father find companionship just in time for Valentine’s day. Little does she guess that her dad won’t be the only one finding love…

Restoration expert Noah Contreras was all in favor of Autumn’s matchmaking. His mother was lonely and her father was too. So why not give them a little push toward one another? Besides, spending time with Autumn is always an adventure. From giving art lessons to helping with pet adoption events, she embraces life with an energy and joy Noah finds irresistible. But Noah’s contract is almost finished, and he’ll soon have to move on.

Does he dare ask Autumn to be his Valentine, when he might not be around for the rest of the year?

My Review:

Autumn Welsh and Noah Contreras have been good friends for about a year.  They meet several times a week, with their dogs, at the dog park.  They never put a label on their friendship and never considered being anything other than just good friends.  When Autumn suggests fixing up her father with Noah’s mother, and they start spending more time together, their relationship starts to change to a romantic one.  But it doesn’t happen without a few setbacks along the way. 

This is an incredibly sweet story and I enjoyed watching Autumn and Noah’s new love bloom.  I also enjoyed seeing their parents become an item too.  Of course, you can tell by the title there are some sweet pups included in this story and they made some extremely fun and funny scenes.  This is a great start to a new series.  I can’t wait to read the next book for Autumn’s sister’s story. 

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