Cynthia received a copy of “The Dog That Saved Stewart Coolidge” in exchange for this post. Any opinions expressed here are honest and her own.
If you love a good dog story, you will enjoy this book immensely.
In The Dog That Saved Stewart Coolidge, a stray dog pulls together two humans into a romance…which seems by divine force. Stewart, who is bag boy at the local grocery store, meets the stray as he steals bones from the grocery store. Lisa is a journalist “want-to-be” who works at the local coffee shop. Their worlds collide as the “criminal dog” sparks a story to be written in the local newspaper by Lisa. As Stewart and Lisa work together to create a story for the town, they realize this stray dog is like no other and that his intentions are to bring these two together…possibly by the Grace of God.
Upon Further Review:
All in all, this book was a great clean book. It was funny, dramatic and had you in wonder as you turned each page. Great read for those who struggle to find a good book that isn’t filled with sexual content or vulgar language.
The Dog That Saved Stewart Coolidge also would make an excellent “Book Club” book as it has a reading group guide in the back of the book. Get your copy today! Books can be purchased at Amazon, Barnes and Noble, Books-A-Million or Indiebound.Org.
About the Author
JIM KRAUS is a longtime writer and editor who has authored or co-authored more than 20 books, both fiction and nonfiction. Jim and his wife, novelist Terri Kraus, and one son, live in the Chicago area with a sweet miniature schnauzer and an ill-tempered Siberian cat. Learn more at www.jimkraus.com.