They Call It Puppy Love Challenge Wrap-up

Barb @ Booker T’s Farm hosted They Call It Puppy Love Challenge during the month of February.

The challenge was lots of fun. I read six books about and enjoyed them all. It was fun finding different books featuring dogs.

The books:

Lost Dogs and Lonely Hearts by Lucy Dillon (my rating: A-) — Women’s Fiction

Burning Ridge by Margaret Mizushima (my rating: B+) — Mystery, police procedural

Rescue Me, Maybe by Jackie Bouchard (my rating: B+) — Women’s Fiction

Soldier Dogs by Maria Goodavage ((my rating: B+) — Nonfiction

Fractured Truth by Susan Furlong (my rating: B+) — Mystery, police procedural

Doggirl by Robin Brande (my rating: A-) — Young Adult

I reviewed two of the books and show links to my reviews. I’ve added the ratings I gave each book after I read it. I’m working on reviews for the other books and hope to post them in the next couple of weeks.

Have you read any of these books? Did you take part in the challenge? What books did you read? Did you enjoy them?

Author: Jan

I love to read--especially mysteries, science fiction and fantasy. I also love blogging, photography, gardening, playing Mah Jonng, reading with a cat on my lap, throwing a ball for a dog, creating cards to send to family and friends, reading book blogs, using my computer.

8 thoughts on “They Call It Puppy Love Challenge Wrap-up”

  1. I was inspired by the challenge to read a bunch of K9 unit mysteries. I am reading the first book by Mizushima which I just got from the library a day or so ago. I’ll look forward to your other reviews!


    1. Yes, I hope I get a chance to finish one or two of my reviews this week before our trip. I hope you’re liking the Mizushima book, Anne.


    1. I think you did a great job, Laura. I know we always want to do better, but I think any that we read is great. And I meant to get all the books I read reviewed, but that didn’t happen. I just hope I get them reviewed soon.


  2. What a great job. I hope you find time to pick up more books by Dillon and Bouchard. Also, Diane Moat has a great dog investigative series you should check out. I forgot all about it but I think you’d like it.


  3. Thanks, Barb! I hope to read more Bouchard and Dillon books, too. My biggest problem with Dillon’s books is that the digital books are expensive and I have trouble getting hardcovers or paperbacks read. My library has some of her books, but not as digital editions. But I will persevere and keep trying to find digital editions when they’re on sale!


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