Tuesday, January 25, 2011

January 26th. WOW pick!

It's once again time to join Jill at Breaking the Spine for her weekly Wednesday Meme "Waiting on Wednesday" and this week I am picking a new to me author, Lucy Dillon

Lost Dogs and Lonely Hearts
from Publishers Weekly
In this engaging and stirring novel, Dillon (The Ballroom Class) vividly evokes the lives of three women and their unexpectedly connected fates. Successful and chic, Rachel, nearly 40 and alone after a 10-year relationship falls apart, inherits her aunt's kennel. She moves to the outskirts of London to make sense of the bewildering bequest and discovers a close-knit community, including handsome veterinarian George. Zoe, divorced for one year, is at her wits' end when her ex gives their kids a puppy, until she finds some help and solace at the kennel. Natalie, married to the man of her dreams, yearns for a baby and is comforted by their foster dog. Despite a slow start, Dillon weaves a beautiful and gripping tale of loss, friendship, and starting over that will tug at readers' heartstrings and keep them hooked till the very end. (Mar.)


Jill said...

This one's going on my list...I love books about friendships between women!

Aimee said...

This sounds like a heartwarming novel. Great pick! My WoW is at Coffee Table Press

~Lavender Dreamer~ said...

Sounds like a good book! I am off to the library in a few minutes! I love to go...you never know what you'll find! ♥

Pamela said...

I remember someone else "waiting on" this a few weeks back. It looks really cute, I love dogs.

Check out what I'm waiting on this week

Linda said...

A new author to me too...sounds like a good read...hugs, Linda

Donna said...

I like the sound of this one - great choice!

Athena said...

Sounds fun!

BLHmistress said...

All this sounds endearing I am gonna add this been awhile since I read a good friendship story.



Hi Joy,
I think you should get those pretty blue dishes for your birthday!

Michelle Santiago said...

Oh, what a heartwarming story. It sounds great! Happy reading:)


The Quintessential Magpie said...

That sounds like an excellent read.



Sheila :-)