I am a sucker for a good memoir, and equally a sucker for books about dogs, so for me, a memoir that involves a dog was sure to pack a wallop. And the fact that the woman in the memoir is and aspiring writer? Well, I was sold before I ever picked it up.
Liz Weber does a fabulous job of opening her life, and her heart, to the readers of this book. I was enchanted from the first chapter. The book has an easy-natured way about it, making it a very pleasant read, even when discussing not so pleasant things. She has quite a knack for describing things in rich detail, to the point where you feel you are there, silently observing the scene.
I was highly impressed with this book; it lived up to every one of my expectations, which is no small feat.
I received a review copy courtesy of TLC Book Tours in exchange for my honest review. See the rest of the tour here.