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Walking Back to Happiness by Lucy Dillon
January 3, 2012 - Amy Phelps
From bestselling author Lucy Dillon comes a story of overcoming grief through family and dogs in "Walking Back to Happiness."
Juliet was destroyed when her husband, Ben, died suddenly. The only thing that gets her remotely outside of her house and her mind-numbing television programs is walking Ben's dog, Minton. When her mother asks her to take care of her elderly dog, Coco, when her sister's baby comes over, Juliet reluctantly agrees. The next thing she knows she's getting more than one dog-walking charges, including a sweet spaniel owned by an intriguing man.
Meanwhile, Juliet's sister, Louise, is trying to make her way back into the workforce after a hiatus having her baby. She is feeling disconnected from her husband and even disconnected from whom she used to be. Is work the answer?
This is a charming book about family, relationships and pets that will warm your heart on a cold winter's night. The two sisters are very sympathetic and women will easily identify with them.
"Walking Back to Happiness" is published by Berkley. It is $15 and 405 pages long.
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