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Free to a Good Home by Eve Marie Mont Free to a Good Home by Eve Marie Mont
FOR ADOPTION: Adorable, energetic Jack Russell free to a loving home. Previous owner could no longer meet his needs, which include lots of exercise and attention. But those willing to give him these will be rewarded with unswerving loyalty and love…

Noelle Ryan works as a veterinary technician at a New England animal shelter, helping pets find the perfect homes. If only it were as easy to find the same thing for herself. After discovering that she can’t have children—and watching her marriage fall apart after a shocking revelation by her husband—Noelle feels as forlorn and abandoned as the strays she rescues.

She can’t seem to get over her ex, Jay. Unfortunately, all Jay wants from her is a whopper of a favor: serving as a caretaker for his elderly mother, who still blames Noelle for the breakup. While Jay heads off to Atlanta to live the life of a bachelor, Noelle is left with only her Great Dane, Zeke, to comfort her. But when a carefree musician named Jasper gives her a second chance at life—and at love—Noelle comes to realize that home is truly where the heart is.

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Reviews for Free to a Good Home by Eve Marie Mont
“This is a perfect book for dog lovers… and for those who appreciate stories about new beginnings and genuinely nice characters coming into their own and fitting in their skin.”
~ BookNAround
“If you loved Marley and Me, you will enjoy Free to a Good Home… This is a story that will delight pet lovers and romantics alike.”
~ Dolce-Dolce
“Arcing throughout the novel are several themes which Mont examines with grace: the timeless coming-of-age tale, no matter how old you might be; the difficulties of procreation and the pain of infertility; and the complicated dynamics that exist in every family.”
~ A Worn Path
“If you’re looking for a summer novel with charm, humor, and a main character whose likability leaps off the page, let me encourage you to get to a bookstore or library… With a comfortable and contemporary tone to the first-person narrative, not only is Noelle’s character extremely likable and easy to relate to, the whole novel flows quickly, making Free to a Good Home a wonderful summer read, when a long, lazy afternoon begs to be spent reading!”
~ 5 Minutes for Books


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