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A Dog Gone Christmas

December 6, 2011

By Lindsay Downs
Definitely a story about the holiday and season of giving. Lindsay writes a fun, sweet, loving story of seven children who lost a parent in Iraq, or Afghanistan. They are missing a large piece of themselves and need healing. Seven collie puppies are homeless and in need of love and tenderness. What a terrific idea to match these fourteen lonely hearts together.
The names that Lindsay’s given the puppies fits them so well. This author leaves no details out. Lindsay’s unique use of the collie point of view is ingenious.
This story can stand alone, or falls in line with the Emily Dahill Series.
Everyone speaks about the soldier, or veteran. But Lindsay brings attention to the ones who suffer the greatest loss, the children. This author even donates a portion of sales to a collie rescue foundation.
I give this story 4 ¼ out of 5 sunflowers.
I was given the story in pdf form and asked to review it by the author. That is payment in itself.


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One Comment
  1. I have this story and can’t wait to read it!

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