Tuesday, April 24, 2012

Wag Your Tail

Having animals in our house, underfoot, and pooping in our back yard can enrich our everyday life. All the experts say it’s true. But is it?
We have had two incredible dogs, mutts really. We made a trip to the pound to pick out both.

Peach, we got when she was barely six weeks old. A cute little thing that weighted less than a few pounds, she grew. A grey hound/lab mix, she weighted over thirty pounds once she became an adult and over fifty when she couldn’t run it off.

Callie, a border terrier, we picked up when she was about three. With small dog syndrome, she did not like the idea of staying in our back yard. Had a heck of a time with her until she ran away and got caught by the dog catcher. She decided she liked us better than the pound. Now, she’s a lap dog.
Did they enrich my families’ life? Oh, yes.

So when I decided to write the Executives’ Wives’ Club Series. I had to have a dog, one for Jen, the star of The Unwilling Widow. She doesn’t really have anyone. Her husband is dead, her family is supportive but she doesn’t feel as if she fits in and all of the other executive wives have kids. Jen needed someone too.

Enters George the wonder dog, and yes, he knows it. He is spoiled rotten and loves it that way. His world is Jen and being an adorable blonde lab, he expects everyone to love him like she does. Who couldn’t right?
Then to his horror enters a new man. Not his dad, but someone new. 

Blurb -- "The Unwilling Widow"

Jennifer Larson, having lost her husband, friends and the perfect life she’d had plan, now faces the biggest challenge of her life, moving into an unplanned future. While the rest of the Executive Wife Club is still wallowing in the past, Jen is tempted into the future by a sexy chiropractor, Hagan Chaney.

But does he really love her or is he only after her money?

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Thanks for letting me share,

Tina Gayle

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