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by Melody Carlson

Genre: Inspirational, Mainstream

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This heartfelt story is the perfect thing to put you in the holiday spirit. The reader is left to ponder Jack's mysterious past a bit too long, which makes it hard to buy Betty's treatment of him. But the healing power of animals combines nicely with the true spirit of Christmas. God really does work through unexpected people and events.

The holiday spirit is the last
thing that Betty Kowalski is feeling. Between Jack Jones, her irritating new neighbor, and a mutt that continues to show up on her doorstep, she has no desire to bake or decorate. Certain that Jack is the neglectful owner of the dog,
she considers contacting the ASPCA -- until her granddaughter arrives and
falls in love with the dog. Can a mutt build a bridge between Betty and
Jack -- or a taller fence? (REVELL, Sep.,
176 pp., $14.99)

Reviewed By: Leslie L. McKee

Publisher: REVELL

Published: September 2009

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