Title: Watching Willow
Author: Ann Omasta
Cover: Ann gave me permission to use the book cover on my blog.

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Story:

On the verge of losing her job, local television star Willow Winks desperately seeks the one thing she believes can save her fledgling career––a golden retriever sidekick. Willow thought being told she was getting too old for television was the most frightening thing a celebrity diva could hear––until she and her furry best friend, Buddy, receive a threatening letter. Concerned for their safety, the television studio hires Caleb McCreery, a brave, strong, and young bodyguard to protect the famous duo. Caleb is ready to do whatever it takes to keep his charges safe, even if that means risking his own life. As the threats begin to escalate, Willow and Caleb struggle to keep their budding attraction at bay. Will the distraction of their growing feelings make the bodyguard vulnerable and put all three at risk? This sweet tale is a romantic adventure you don’t want to miss… Grab your copy and start reading today! Fans of the Must Love Dogs series by Claire Cook and the Everyday Heroes series by Margaret Daley are sure to enjoy curling up with this delightful romantic suspense novel. Watching Willow is part of the Gold Coast Retrievers series. Each book stands completely on its own, but you’ll have even more fun if you read them all!

My review:

I haven’t read all books out of this series besides the story of Dash and Grace (book 3) but you can read Willow’s story as standalone easily. Willow is a showmaster whose ratings are no longer satisfying so she’s forced to give uo her talkshow to host a show that matches singles. Since she needs this show to become a hit, she finds herself retriever Buddy who’ll act as match maker. When the studio receives a threatening note pointing out that both Willow and Buddy are in danger, the studio hires Caleb, a bodyguard. At first neither Caleb nor Willow didn’t like their new situation but they’re growing to like each other.. a bit more as Caleb likes since he’s scared his feelings might cloud his attention. Not long before the season finale the lunatic steps up his game but find out yourself. This was a great read despite being something I don’t read regularly. Well done Ann!

I received an advanced copy of this book in exchange for my honest review.