Home is Where the Bark Is

Home is Where the Bark Is

Kandy Shepherd / Sep 19, 2019

Home is Where the Bark Is From the author of the delightful Love is a Four Legged Word comes another novel of romance mystery and dogs Former model Serena Oakley has opened Paws A While a doggy daycare and spa in San Franci

  • Title: Home is Where the Bark Is
  • Author: Kandy Shepherd
  • ISBN: 9780425234297
  • Page: 212
  • Format: Paperback
  • From the author of the delightful Love is a Four Legged Word comes another novel of romance, mystery, and dogs Former model Serena Oakley has opened Paws A While, a doggy daycare and spa in San Francisco When a ruggedly handsome client walks in, holding a Yorki Poo too dainty for his personality, Serena knows something s not right Undercover PI Nick Whalen has followFrom the author of the delightful Love is a Four Legged Word comes another novel of romance, mystery, and dogs Former model Serena Oakley has opened Paws A While, a doggy daycare and spa in San Francisco When a ruggedly handsome client walks in, holding a Yorki Poo too dainty for his personality, Serena knows something s not right Undercover PI Nick Whalen has followed a series of identity frauds to Serena and is determined to dig up secrets he s certain she is hiding Despite their mutual distrust, Nick and Serena find themselves bonding over an injured, orphaned dog And soon they re arousing than just suspicions But will the pair trust in love enough to thwart a danger circling too close to home

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    About "Kandy Shepherd"

      • Kandy Shepherd

        Kandy Shepherd left a fast paced career as a magazine editor to write award winning romantic fiction.Kandy lives in a small farm in the Blue Mountains near Sydney, Australia, with her husband, daughter and a menagerie of four legged friends.She believes in love at first sight and real life romance they worked for her


    1. It’s a doggie dog world out there and no-one is learning this better than Nick Whalen. A recently retired FBI agent and new private investigator, Nick’s newest case has sent him to the “Paws-A-While” doggie day care and spa. His job is to investigate the owner for possible identity theft. Nick is convinced, since many of the recent victims have been clients of the business, that there has to be a connection. So armed with his aunt’s Yorkie Poo Bessie and his determination to crack the [...]

    2. Home is Where the Bark Is by Kandy ShepherdContemporary Romance – July 6, 20103 starsI was at the Romance Writers of America meeting when Editor Kate Seaver said to me, "Send me a romance with dogs in it!" and that's precisely what this book is: a light-hearted, fun romance set in an unusual location and peopled by fur-folk.Home Is Where the Bark Is opens in a doggie day spa of staggering indulgence. This is a very uncomfortable place for ex-FBI, now private eye hero Nick Whalen to go undercov [...]

    3. This is kind of like a sequel to "Love is a Four-Legged Word." The main character, Serena, was introduced in the first book as Maddy's best friend. Now Serena, ex-model, has opened up a doggy day-care. PI Nick has noticed that quite a few of Serena's clients have had identity theft issues which leads him to the doggy day-care to check out the owner, his number one suspect. Right away there's tons of fireworks between Nick and Serena that they both deny and the book follows them, a sweet doggy Ma [...]

    4. A fun yet pulling shirt novel, Home is Where the Bark Is is a novel about Serena Oakley, a retired model tired of being single and unloved. Although she has had many suiters in the past she just can't seem to find the one. She recently opened Paws-A-While, a fancy daycare for everyday mutts in busy San Francisco, but the dogs aren't helping her find the one she knows she is meant for. As one handsome man walks through the front door, Serena falls head over heels for him, but she shouldn't be so [...]

    5. I love the cover but I just couldn't get past the first chapter - I must have been in a bad headspace when I tried to read this. On the plus side - both my sisters loved the book.

    6. Written by B.A. Ruggiero for RomanceNovelNewsSerena Oakley is starting over. After a successful modeling career – her crowning moment was posing half-naked in a bath of melted chocolate – she’s trying to put the past behind her. Failed relationships and a traumatic threat from a stalker have soured her taste for the spotlight. She’s chosen to hide out at her new business venture – the upscale Paws-A-While Doggie Daycare and Salon in San Francisco.All goes according to plan until Nick W [...]

    7. The sexiest weakness in a man is his vulnerability to that one special woman. No matter how big, gruff, rough, and tough a man may be, love makes him reachable. The bigger they aree harder they fall. The most invincible Alpha male may offer his heart like a gift to the woman he loves, and then he will wait for the look on her face to make sure she is pleased with the gift. In one who is usually without self-doubt, that moment of uncertainty is very appealing. I love a man who loves dogs and is k [...]

    8. This is the second novel I've read (and I believe it's her second as well) from this author and both times the hook for me was that her stories revolve around dogs + some romance. For a 'former model' woman, I found Serena to be highly likeable and didn't feel like she was a perfect woman. In fact, there were a few things about her that actually grated on me. She's terrified of "cops" a term that apparently extends to anyone in military, fbi, or any other remotely related field. She also has som [...]

    9. So, My four year old daughter actually pointed this book out to me at the library becuase the little puppy on the front looks likes our neighbors dog and we love her so I had to pick it up. It was fun, quick read, didn't have to think to hard which is a major plus for me at the moment. Just an easy one to sit back and enjoy. Also perfect for those of you who find the dynamic of the little hand held dog being the latest fashion statement as interesting as I do It's a DOG! I'm a dog lover, owner a [...]

    10. This was a cute book. Nothing fantastic but not bad either. For the most part it was entertaining and had a lot of "doggy" parts, which I liked (the dog is the main reason I picked up this book). It also had a bit of mystery to it. I figured out the mystery pretty quickly but it was still a nice addition to the story. So, not an all time favorite, but it was cute. This would be a good vacation read.

    11. A friend gave me this book because someone gave it to her and she just couldn't read it. It's kind of a mystery-romance that takes place in San Francisco and is about a doggy day care owner. I really love mysteries and dogs so I thought I'd give it a read. I didn't hate it, but I wouldn't really recommend it. I read it mostly in the bath as a light read.

    12. This was a pretty good book. It was very easy to read. It wasn't boring at all, but it isn't one of my favorites either. I liked that every time I thought I knew what was going to happen, I was wrong! I absolutely loved the ending.

    13. Slow, predictable plot. The ending is supposed to come as some surprise but you see it coming around the middle. There are some character details and a few plot details that are too far-fetched to overlook.

    14. The characters are likable. The situations range from day to day realistic to somewhat outrageous and rushed. And maybe it seemed like a happy surrender of women's autonomy every time the expression "his woman" and it's cousins were tossed about.

    15. I should have known better by the description This is time I will never get back. However, I am proud to say I figured out the whodunit before the undercover sexy FBI agent did But then again sexy FBI agent had other things on his mind wink wink Oops

    16. Oh god. I knew it was going to be bad, but it was SO bad. Fortunately I was able to move the story along by skipping pages at a time.

    17. no thanks, i read about three chapters and was so confused by the characters and the all over story line, i'm done.

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