He's My Husky Paperback – 22 Apr 2014
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It definitely isn’t easy to be a single mother, but Emma has poured every ounce of her energy into giving her son a happy home. The strong, loving bond that formed between them as a result of her decision to put his needs first shines through every scene. Seeing Emma in this light made me like her even more than I did originally due to how it explains certain decisions that she’s made with his best interests at heart.
The romantic subplot felt rushed due to everything that was revealed about the characters involved in it. While I do think that they would make a good couple in the future, pushing them into a relationship so rapidly didn’t mesh well with everything else I figured out about their personalities, habits, and earlier experiences. Everything else in the plot was evenly paced, but this part of their lives could have benefitted from the inclusion of a few more chapters.
By far my favorite scenes in this tale involve Emma’s descriptions of all of the dogs who have shared her home over the years. Her memories of them help to round out her personality as well as provide a few smiles as she discusses the circumstances that lead each pet to her. Knowing what the lives of her dogs were like before Emma took them added even more nuances to her personality and made me wish I could know everything about that part of her life.
He’s My Husky can easily be read in one sitting. I’d recommend it to anyone who likes science fiction romances that have realistic, contemporary settings.
originally posted at long and short reviews.
This book took me by surprise and had a few unexpected twists and turned which I enjoyed. I loved the characters and the special abilities they had. The story flowed well, was fast moving and kept me hooked. If you're looking for a contemporary romance with a paranormal twist, this is a good short read.
Will Emma handle Max’s secrets? Can they overcome the last 10 years? Will Shane accept Max? There is a lot to resolve in this novella.
You can see my full review at More Than a Review dot com where I rate the level of sex, violence, language and drug/alcohol use in books.
This is a short story about Emma and Max. Emma's friend gets married 10 years ago and then one day her friend finds out her husband has divorced her and remarried. Well Emma has an infinity for dogs. When Emma finds out she is pregnant she lets Max know but he denies it. When he returns ten years later and sees his so he knows he is like him a shifter. But Emma and Shane are unaware of what Shane is. Max hopes to show them both that he was wrong and convince them to move back to the U.S. with him and that he does love them and he made a mistake not stepping up. Does Max convince his family he wants and needs them just as much as they do him? This was a greatly written short story very captivating.
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