All You Need is Love by Cathy Tully

All You Need is Love by Cathy Tully
Publisher: Astraea Press
Genre: Contemporary
Length: Full Length (185 pgs)
Heat Level: Sweet
Rating: 3.5 stars
Reviewed by Quince

Kaitlin Stiles’ plan is to take over her family coffeehouse; until Cunningham Coffee moves to town and puts every mom and pop coffee establishment within fifty miles out of business. In doubt about her future, she travels to Boston to care for her ailing grandmother and take a part-time job as a dog walker.

Jack DeVane is on the fast track to becoming the youngest CEO in Cunningham Coffee history. Focused, determined and dedicated, he doesn’t let anything get in the way of his goals…until a little homeless dog wanders into Jack’s condo, and a beautiful dog walker wanders into his heart.

Can this little dog teach Kaitlin to let go of her resentment?

Teach Jack there’s more to life than work?

And teach them both–that all they really need is love?

The benefits of having a pet, especially a dog, is widely known, and workaholic Jack DeVane is about to find that out. His beliefs, values and in the end, his life, will be changed due to one dog. Not just because of the dog, though. It will be changed because Caitlyn Stiles entered his life. Caitlyn showed Jack that dogs are great, but she also opened him up to a whole new world in a way only love can.

All You Need is Love is a sweet romance that is fairly predictable and not very original. After reading the summary I figured out what would probably be the point of conflict between Jack and Caitlyn and I was pretty sure how it was going to be resolved. This story didn’t contain any surprises for this long time romance reader, but despite that, I certainly enjoyed reading it!

All You Need is Love was a fast, light, sweet and funny read. Not only were there two wonderful dogs that provided a special charm to the story, there was one very wise and vital eighty-five year old lady.

This story is for readers who like their romances funny and sweet  and filled with puppies and grandma’s homemade muffins and cakes.

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