Grant Elliot leaves his father's veterinarian dynasty and overambitious twin brother to practice in the small town of Homedale, California. When local baker Kate Klein brings her ailing dog into the office, Grants's intrigued by the lab's gorgeous owner. He wants to get to know her but can't reveal his origins. What would she think if she knew his father's clinics cater only to the wealthy who spoil and pamper their pets instead of practicing genuine medicine?
Kate Kline inherits Aunt Ella's Bake Shop when her aunt passes away and must make a success of the failing business or lose her father's respect. Now California Plastics, her major account, has moved their plant to Sacramento. She's faced with the possibility of closure and won't accept Grant's offer to bail her out. She doesn't need a man's help.
Only God can mend broken families and create unexpected new ones.
*Dog plays matchmaker
*Small town romance
*Twins at odds
Grant wants to be free from his father's way of using his practice to make money and Kate wants to prove to her father that she can keep her aunt's bakery running.
This story is a short read but leaves the reader believing that love is possible at first sight and that God really does love people and truly wants us to have the best. It is also a story of forgiveness.
I really recommend this book and all the others that June Foster's has written as they are really inspirational and heart warming and leaves the reader feeling hopefully that life is worth the struggles that we endured.
I received a complimentary copy from the author. These opinions are my own.