Book Review: Love, Laughter and Lots of Dogs by Ellen Whyte


This was an adorable, very English romance by the ever-reliable author, Ellen Whyte. It does what it says on the tin, and there are plenty of canine antics around the two personable leads, Kelly and Cory. 


The story is told from both of their points of view, clearly stated, and contains witty dialogue as well as likeable supporting characters.


The set pieces of an English village and Manor House are well written and convincing. 

Not one for cynics, but those who love a good clean romance, intelligently written. 

This was a relatively quick read at 135 pages. 

Published by Lady J's Pawsome Readers

As well as reviewing books, I'm a writer of romantic suspense, MM fiction and LGBTQIA sci-fi. One of the original founders of WROTE Podcast, a medium for showcasing queer storytelling in all forms.

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