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Publisher Description

Lindsey Alford moved to Willow Springs, Kentucky, to prove to all doubters (mostly her parents) that she’s all grown up. Something her neighbor Walker Smith never questioned—those short shorts of hers!
Put a cute single girl with an overactive imagination next door to a reclusive hot guy, add in a decadent blue velvet sofa, a locked garage and a nursing home full of busybodies, and trouble is bound to pop up. Literally, in the form of an adorably naughty stray pup with a longing for two people to lick and a home all his own.
Love isn’t complex…it’s a duplex!

Fiction & Literature
August 18
Penguin Random House LLC

Customer Reviews

glhince ,

everything BUT a warm blanket on a rainy afternoon.

I adore Sarah Title’s Southern Comfort series – because it is everything BUT a warm blanket on a rainy afternoon. Cozy, comfortable, sweet and warming.

Lindsey has moved most of the way across the country, away from her parents and all too comfortable (perhaps boring) life. She’s rented half of an owner-occupied duplex, and can’t wait to start her life anew with new experiences. The eternal optimist and actually a person who wants to get involved, she can’t seem to accept that her landlord isn’t interested in her friendly advances.

Walker is a sculptor, and not really interested in ‘chit chat’. He’s got better things to do, but having your tenant seemingly camped on your doorstep (ok – it was a fight with a sofa) isn’t easy to ignore.

Told in dual POV, the story moves along nicely and then…. the singularly BEST writing choice ever..,the PUPPY has his own POV and narrative voice. WHO can resist a puppy? It’s glorious and sweet and fits with those of us who KNOW that our animals have narrative voices.

A wonderful installment in the series that can be read as the first book, instilling interest in the town and the characters, or a perfect fit with the other books.

I received an eArc copy of the title from the publisher via NetGalley for purpose of honest review. I was not compensated for this review: all conclusions are my own responsibility.

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