Book #2 on the 50 book challenge. I absolutely loved this book. I love the way Katie Crouch writes. I love that her books are realistic and messy, just like life. I loved the main character in this novel, even more than the girl in Girls In Trucks. In Men and Dogs, the main character is in her 30’s and chock full of daddy issues. She likes wine, and she a Southern girl living in San Fran. She gets sent back to her mama’s house for a month in leu of rehab. 
I love that Katie Crouch writes novels that don’t end with life wrapped in a tidy bow, all problems solved. Her novels start with mess, and end with just a little bit less of the mess, a few problems solved, wrapped with a heart warming, hopeful bow. 
Men and Dogs had just enough mess and cynicism on the side for me to enjoy the romance.

Book #2 on the 50 book challenge. I absolutely loved this book. I love the way Katie Crouch writes. I love that her books are realistic and messy, just like life. I loved the main character in this novel, even more than the girl in Girls In Trucks. In Men and Dogs, the main character is in her 30’s and chock full of daddy issues. She likes wine, and she a Southern girl living in San Fran. She gets sent back to her mama’s house for a month in leu of rehab. 

I love that Katie Crouch writes novels that don’t end with life wrapped in a tidy bow, all problems solved. Her novels start with mess, and end with just a little bit less of the mess, a few problems solved, wrapped with a heart warming, hopeful bow. 

Men and Dogs had just enough mess and cynicism on the side for me to enjoy the romance.

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