Back of the BookDr. Jake McClure's basset hound has fallen in love. With a single mom, her adorable twins and the orphaned kittens they rescued. Man's best friend suddenly won't budge from Jeannie Broussard's home—and Jake can understand why. Jeannie's place is full of love, laughter and everything Jake has been missing in his life lately. As Jake spends time with Jeannie and her girls, a bond forges between them, and soon Jake is wondering if he's the perfect fit in this fatherless family….
This is the second book in the series. This is another good read. This time I have to say that Bummer the Basset hound tends to steal the show. After Jeannie's twins find 2 orphaned kittens Bummer decides he his job is to look after them. It is so cute to read about the bond between these animals. I love the interaction between the twins, animals and adults. This is a touching story and I loved every minute of it. I am eagerly awaiting book 3 in this series. One thing this books shows is that sometimes accepting a blessing or a hand is actually a blessing to others. This book shows how some find it hard to accept help thinking it shows weakness when infact the giver is just wanting to share and make life a little easier and learning to accept blesses both people. This issue is one I have experienced from the givers side, I have friend I will often take extra produce I have been given but they insist on paying for it when it was a free gift to me. This really annoys me cos they will do things for me and not except payment but wont accept it in return. This books deals with just this issue.