Jack has some ‘splainin’ to do!
That’s right! Callie Lassiter’s normally well-behaved Great Dane Jack has run off and done the wild thing with the neighbor’s dog. It must be puppy love! It’s doubly embarrassing since she’s a professional dog trainer. Of course, the neighbor would have to be hot, hot nightclub owner bad boy Owen McKay, just the kind of man Callie is determined to avoid.
Owen’s comfortable with his playboy status and the hype in the media. But the ground moves beneath his feet when he gets an eyeful of the girl next door. The Dog Whisperer never looked this good! How can he convince this wholesome honey that his player days are behind him? Maybe Jill, his Great Dane can help him with this dilemma now that she’s pregnant and Callie’s dog is to blame.
Is this bad boy a bad bet?
Beware of dogs, romance and deep belly laughs!
Going to the Dogs is a romp through the urban jungle of New York City to find true love, the perfect cocktail, and expensive heels. Dog is a man’s best friend, but sometimes a woman just needs a hot man in the city. This series will appeal to a mature crowd, especially fans of Sex in The City.
Meet Zoe Dawson
Zoe Dawson lives in North Carolina, one of the friendliest states in the US. She discovered romance in her teens and has been spinning stories in her head ever since. Her heroes are sexy males with a disregard for danger and whether reluctant, gung-ho, or caught up in the action, show their hearts of gold. Her imagination runs wild with romances from sensual to scorching including romantic comedy, new adult, romantic suspense, small town and urban fantasy. Look below to explore the many avenues to her writing. She believes that it’s all about the happily ever afters and always will be.
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From a desert highway in West Texas to the plains of frontier Kansas to an abandoned mine in New Mexico, from a courtroom to a high school girls’ speech contest to a nursing home, from the side yard of a suburban home to a youth revival to the halls of an urban high school, K.C. Knouse puts the main characters of the thirteen short stories and novella included in this collection into circumstances that challenge assumptions they have made about themselves, their lives, and the world in which they live:
The mother who is estranged from her son.
The young woman who has doubts about her relationship with an older man.
The widower who struggles to accept the death of his wife.
The young man who is fearful of becoming his abusive father.
The homesteader who fights to redeem his pride.
The aging salesman whose livelihood is threatened by technology.
The father who relives his past at the expense of his relationship with his son.
The boy who discovers that having money creates as many problems as it solves.
The veteran teacher who crosses an emotional boundary in spite of herself.
The teenage boy whose relationship with God is complicated by a pretty girl and a misunderstanding.
The woman who doubts her decision to put her husband into a nursing home.
The man whose faith in the justice system is shaken.
The high school girl who is self-conscious about a birthmark on her face.
The middle-aged insurance adjuster who receives more than he bargained for when he comes to the aid of an attractive woman.
K.C. Knouse uses compassion, humor and an eye for detail to bring these characters to life and bind their stories to your heart.
Meet K.C. Knouse
K.C. Knouse is the author of Twenty Miles West of Branch, Texas and other stories, a collection of short fiction, A Short Stack of Short Fiction, Three Character Driven Short Stories, and a non-fiction book, True Prosperity: Your Guide to a Cash-Based Lifestyle (1996, Double-Dome Publications).
Knouse began writing for publication in 1985 and has had his short fiction published in print literary magazines and online at Wattpad.com. He wrote a personal finance blog, LiveOnCash, from 2010 to 2021.
A career outside salesperson, Knouse enjoyed a forty-year career in the printed products industry. He spent most of his career as a self-employed person.
K.C. Knouse lives on the U.S./Mexico border in far west Texas. More information can be found on the author’s website, KCKnouse.com.
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A tale that turns and twists and takes you into a different world.
If you read the entire novel up to the end, you will learn a lot. And it can change your life entirely. Create a millionaire mindset while doing romance.
Rajneesh has learnt his lesson late, but he has learnt it well- all women are suspicious at the core of their hearts. They never trust men.
While doing his B- pharmacy at Chandigarh, he meets Tanvir, the daughter of a multi-millionaire businessman. Both fall in love. At that time, Rajneesh thinks that girls never do suspicion.
Tanvir wanted Rajneesh to be a millionaire in the coming years. Under love, he trusted her and tried every effort to become a millionaire.
On the way on his journey to be a millionaire, he meets a rich widow Kiran Malhotra who is six years old than him with two kids. She helps Rajneesh open an Air Purifier Company on some terms and conditions. One of the terms and conditions is to reimburse her whole borrowed money in the coming four years with an interest rate of 20% or will marry her. As Rajneesh believes in Tanvir and her ideas, so, without any doubt, he signs the contract with Kiran Malhotra.
But both Tanvir and Kiran become suspicious of Rajneesh and start playing games on him. After four years, Kiran demands her whole borrowed money back or marriage to him and Tanvir breaks with him and goes to Canada and tries to marry another entrepreneur Navjot.
Rajneesh loves Tanvir and wants to ditch Kiran and his company but Tanvir permanently breaks with him.
However, Rajneesh is a businessman now. And smarter. But not smart enough because, very inconveniently, he sells everything and reimburses every penny of Kiran Malhotra but losses suspicious Tanvir.
But, he has now developed immense trust in himself and is to convert Tanvir’s suspicion into love.
However, the opposite can be true. Rajneesh also is a suspicious guy. And on the other side, Tanvir can say that all men are equal. Nobody can trust them. Then where to go!
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On a seemingly normal Memorial Day, Gabe Blake stumbles upon a girl laying next to a gravestone. He asks her who’s buried there, and she tells him a story he can’t quite believe. After years of research and interviews, he discovers the story, They’s story, is not only true, but inspirational: a story of loss, heartbreak, isolation, and above all, love. He discovers the story must be written, and he must write it. Maybe it’ll be his story, too.