Shortly after Christmas, my husband Dan and I adopted a pup from a surprise litter at a rescue organization. We both love dogs, so how hard could a brand-new puppy be?
Oh. My. Word. (Stop laughing!)
Needless to say, we spent the first few months of 2022 exhausted as Dancer, aka Dani, trained us to be good puppy parents. Thankfully, she’s matured a bit (and so have we, Lol). At seven months old, Dancer is adorable and fun and makes us laugh every day.
Dogs have such personalities, don’t they? This is why I’ve written pups into several books. There was Moondoggy in A Shore Thing and Wolfy in The Christmas Thief, and coming soon—Olive in Reunion in Saltwater Beach.
What can I say? With our new dog’s sweet personality, I was inspired!
As I mentioned, Reunion in Saltwater Beach releases soon—in two days, actually. It’s the story of a big city lawyer, a small (beach) town girl, and a foster pup who needs some lovin’. I hope you’ll click over to Amazon, read a little bit more about it, and either preorder or add it to your wishlist. (It will soon be available on Kindle Unlimited as well.)
Here’s something fun: Answer one of the questions below for a chance to win the ebook version for your e-reader. (Hurry! Winner chosen the morning of June 22.)
In addition to Dancer, we’ve had three more pups in our family: Casey, Pixie, and Charlie. What’s the name of one of your pups and why? And if you’ve never had a dog, what would you name one if you could?