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A Girl's Best Friend by Elizabeth Young

By Elizabeth Young

Canines Are greater Than males They by no means brag approximately their ex's gorgeous cleavage. they do not moan or sulk in case you are a 30 minutes past due. They by no means let you know a Brazilian would actually flip them on. After her most modern catastrophe with the King of the Unrepentant Jerks, Isabel "Izzy" Palmer is ultimately confident that the single male she actually wishes in her existence is Henry, her cute half wolfhound, half who-knows-what. Henry's trustworthy, he adores her madly, and he is nice enjoyable to sleep with. So who wishes the extra heartache? yet even armed with strong wisdom and a brand new unravel, Izzy starts off to think that established itch ... and it is all due to Nick. he is a vet for goodness sake -- convinced, good-looking and compassionate -- if a piece tough round the edges. After teasing her approximately Henry's strange appears to be like and wondering her most up-to-date selection in males, Nick then has the gall to show midway captivating. yet he does not cease at midway, and even though she already has a ally, Izzy realizes it does not restrict her from having an ideal fit, too.

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But Felicity was talking to me. "That's Sasha, behind the bar. She's going to do Mrs. " I saw a dark-haired, attractive girl of twenty-eight or so, exchanging banter with a customer who looked like something out of One Man and His Dog. "She was a leading light in the Village Players," Felicity went on. "Just finished a theater studies degree, but finding a job's not so easy so she's filling in here. " I wished I could say the same for Paula. During the ensuing chat I began to see why Felicity hadn't taken to her.

Felicity's Ian was thoroughly down to earth in all senses, as he dealt in agricultural supplies. "That it's none of our business, which is perfectly true. But then he said if I wanted to know what he really thought, Paula's probably a few years older than Rob, very likely with a string of failed relationships, and she's getting desperate. " Hmm. " "I can't put my finger on it. She's very attractive, but somehow she makes me think of Cruella De Vil—yes, I know it sounds horrible. Ian says she's got hungry eyes, but then she probably is hungry because she only weighs about a hundred pounds.

With you two ganging up on her, I'm beginning to feel really sorry for her. " Mischievously he went on, "Tell you what, at this rate we'll be having a good old row in the car on the way down. " He tweaked my own hip. "Good subcutaneous padding there. " I turned onto my side, away from him, but only because I knew he'd follow and make lovely spoons. And he did. "I'm beginning to sense a weekend from hell," he murmured into my hair. "Undercurrents hurtling about like cruise missiles. It'll turn into a real murder: poor old Cruella shot in the butler's pantry with the blunderbuss.

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