In the Doghouse
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From the author of "I Married a Pirate", comes a funny, romantic, tender new story about Rosie, who prefers dogs to men, and her stunningly attractive, sexy, handsome houseguest. An A-list filmstar, he's spoiled, arogant, and selfish. He's never thought of anyone else in his life. But he's also lost. And very unwanted. He has big brown eyes, and Rosie has always had a soft spot for a stray dog... More
Funny, tender and wise, this is the story of Rosie, who prefers dogs to men. She lives in a massive, half-drelict château in the French countryside with her two children and a pack of dogs. As a favour to an old school friend, she takes in one of the world's most famous filmstars, a man on the run from the paparazzi. There's plenty of space after all, and she has no intention of taking any notice of him. But the second she meets him she realises she's in trouble because he's insanely sexy and attractive. How on earth could any woman not fall head of heels? However, she soon discovers that her unwelcome houseguest is spoilt, rude, selfish and dissipated. What a relief! Keeping her heart untouched will be easy. He drinks, he seduces, he makes off-colour comments. How on earth is he going survive life without a helipad, a weekly orgy and scrambled egg-whites for breakfast? Rosie doesn't care. She has enough on her hands with her son Chris and his girlfriends, her daughter Larrie and her massive horse, Dolly the bichon, Spike the boxer, Fanny the spaniel, the three house dogs, and her amorous neighbour. Her unwelcome houseguest can look after himself.
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