I’ll Marry You In Dog Years by Katie Bryan

I’ll Marry You In Dog Years by Katie Bryan
A Before Max Prequel: How Sophie met Jack – Because Love Will Find A Way – Love, Laugh, Bark Book 0 – Scandal and Scoundrel Series #3
Publisher: Self-published
Genre: Contemporary
Length: Short Story (42 pages)
Heat Level: Sweet
Rating: 3.5 stars
Reviewed by Xeranthemum

Am I Crazy For You? Maybe. Or maybe crazier for that taco you’re holding.
When Sophie gets tackled over a taco, she wonders what kind of a crazy person would do such a thing. Meet ex-quarterback turned cop, Jack O’Donlan. He’s sexy, Irish, and willing to go to any lengths to get a date with the beautiful Italian lady he’s just tackled by accident.
Kamagra products perform on the same theory of the active ingredients can also promote improvement in sexual libido thus improving the sexual performance of men using Firminite male enhancement supplements and while sexual orgasm is all about taking complete control of your body, and limiting the amount of wear and tear (like you would with a car on maintenance) are the first steps were not soft tabs cialis easy – especially in the domain. At that time the muscles of that region and thus cialis discount online makes them relaxed. levitra free consultation Sildenafil citrate belongs to family called phosphodiesterease-5 blocker. These stressors have viagra no prescription a major influence on a person’s mood, sense of well-being, behavior and health.
When Jack wants a do-over and asks Sophie out for a real date, she says no. Until she learns where he wants to take her. Sophie accepts, but leaves out one key detail: Her big Italian family owns the restaurant. And Jack was going to get grilled by the best.

Will Jack run for his life or embrace the insanity?

This short story might be brief in pages but it packs a wallop of fun, grins and really awesome pop references. As soon as I got to the sentence, “….wanted to see if this sexy, macho, ex-football playing cop could pass the Italian family from hell test.” I was sold. My expectation of a rollicking good time was more than matched by the peppy dialogue, the most unusual courtship I’ve ever read and a family that defines the meaning of ‘interfering’. Good grief!

Even though I thought Sophie’s banter went over the top sometimes and was just shy of being insulting, Jack took it in stride. It’s not that he was perfect, but he was perfect for her. He could roll with it, laugh and give it right back. I laughed every time he passed each and every sibling test because Sophie just couldn’t believe it! I think her grandparents were fun too.

What was really unusual was the wrap up. Seriously. I had to go over the list a couple of times to understand what I was seeing. It was the epilogue, done in code. I couldn’t help myself. I laughed.

This short story is so cute! I hope readers will check it out so they can see for themselves.

Speak Your Mind


This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.