A Walk in the Park

Rescue My Heart

by Jean Joachim

Rescue My Heart

While walking her pug in Central Park, Rory Sampson is run down by a bike. She presses charges against arrogant biker, Dr. Hack Roberts, veterinarian. Horrified at the surprising sentence from the judge, Hack plans revenge, only to find himself attracted to the sharp-tongued, soft-hearted writer, who rescues pugs. Will he ignore a previous commitment and go with his true feelings or will he guard his heart?

The judge turns the tables on Rory, thrusting the unwanted, smug Dr. Roberts into her life. Wary after a breakup, she protects her wounded heart from the handsome doctor with a barrage of sarcastic come-backs, designed to keep him at arm’s length.

Does she remain aloof or will loneliness force her to give in to her desires?

Meet the members of the Manhattan Dinner Club, four women, all pug owners, who meet for dinner once a week. This is the first book in the series.

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Tomorrow, Jean speaks out on a topic near and dear to her heart: pug rescue. If you’re an animal lover, be sure to stop by! Jean will also be sharing a few pictures of Homer, her pug. Now, that’s something you simply must not miss! He’s a cutie.

Don’t forget to enter Jean’s giveaway! Leave a comment on this post and be sure to include your email address. You’ll be entered for a chance to win an ebook of any title in the “Manhattan Dinner Club” series, plus you’ll be signed up to receive Jean’s upcoming newsletter.

And now, for another “snippet”…

“I can be spontaneous.”

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5 Comments

  1. Thank you so much for having me here this week, Christina. And the pugs thank you, too.

  2. I love the NYC experience in each of Jean’s books!!

  3. I’ve read this book and really enjoyed it. Jean’s sense of humor shines through!

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