Pet store owner Molly Kent can't help smiling when Grant Roderick chases his aunt's poodle into her shop. Grant, who's pet-sitting, doesn't know much about dogs and welcomes Molly's offer of help. Little does Grant know that Molly's also a matchmaker—not that he's looking for love. Yet the more time they spend together, the more Molly wonders if Grant may be her perfect match. But how can she get involved with a workaholic after being raised by one? They'll both have to put their trust in God if they want to find happiness for the holidays.
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Though I myself only fell in love with this book by it's beautiful cover that I just wanted to set on my dresser to show the world to, I bought it for my Mom who fell in love with it because of the ... Read full review
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actually arms Aunt Rose back room breath BRICK SOFTWARE brow cheek chest chin Christmas close coat Coco deadline desk didn’t want dog door face feel felt finger forgive front gaze going grabbed Grant replied green eyes grin guess hadn’t hair hand happy he’s hope I’ve isn’t Jade Jade’s Jojo Katie kids kiss kitchen leaned leash Let’s looked matchmaker meatloaf mind Molly replied Molly’s heart Moonlight Cove Neil Neil’s never nice night nodded Okay onion paused Peter and Parker Phoebe Phoebe’s pretty problem pulled Roderick Rose’s rubbed Seattle seemed shaking she’d she’s shoulders shoved smile someone sound squeezed standard poodle stare stay stop sure talk tell Thanks they’d thing thought throat tiramisu told took trying voice walked warm watch What’s woman wonderful Yeah