The Man, The Dog, His Owner & Her Lover

To Stephanie O Hanlon, 40 something workaholic, a blank to do list is crazy making When she gets laid off and rescues a huge, smiling dog from a shelter a dog her friend insists is inhabited by Steph s lover from a former life she discovers the true meaning of crazy.Gabe Fagen, handyman and crazy in love with Stephanie since they were teenagers, sees Steph losing her jobTo Stephanie O Hanlon, 40 something workaholic, a blank to do list is crazy making When she gets laid off and rescues a huge, smiling dog from a shelter a dog her friend insists is inhabited by Steph s lover from a former life she discovers the true meaning of crazy.Gabe Fagen, handyman and crazy in love with Stephanie since they were teenagers, sees Steph losing her job as the chance he s been waiting for But will she notice he s alive with a mysterious giant dog acting as her guardian angel This novella is about 20,000 words Also includes an over 6,000 word excerpt of Raver, a romantic fantasy coming soon from Candace Carrabus.A portion of the net proceeds from the sale of this book will be donated to animal shelters.
The Man The Dog His Owner Her Lover To Stephanie O Hanlon something workaholic a blank to do list is crazy making When she gets laid off and rescues a huge smiling dog from a shelter a dog her friend insists is inhabited by Steph

  • Title: The Man, The Dog, His Owner & Her Lover
  • Author: Candace Carrabus
  • ISBN: 2940012583789
  • Page: 121
  • Format: Nook
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    About the Author

    Candace Carrabus

    I have written stories and ridden horses frequently simultaneously for as long as I can remember I grew up on Long Island and spent my formative years in the saddle just imagining After high school, I traveled to Ness, England and studied at a British Horse Society training school This was an all around amazing experience When I left, I clutched a certification to teach riding in my hot little hand, and I enjoyed instructing riders for many years.Who am I kidding We know it is the horses who do the teaching All we can do is try to remain open to what they have to say.Now, I share a farm in Missouri with my family, but I have only one horse these days Remi s a Trakehner thoroughbred quarter horse cross, as easy a keeper and good minded as they get We board him at a terrific place nearby.Not surprisingly, my stories are frequently infused with the mystery and spirituality horses have brought to my life.

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    • Jo said:
      Sep 20, 2018 - 00:51 AM

      I read this book as part of the anthology Must Love Pets: A Romance Box Set.I am honestly not entirely sure what to say about this book. It was odd. I don't know what this story really accomplished or what it was trying to portray in the first place. Stephanie loses her job and is then talked into getting William, a rescue dog with purported behavioral problems, by her best friend Heather. Mrs. Spangler and Mr. Weinperth are tenants in Stephanie's house, for which Gabe is also the handyman. Jean [...]

    • Lilmissmolly said:
      Sep 20, 2018 - 00:51 AM

      I listened to the audio version of this story, which is narrated by Sara Morsey. I've always been fond of reincarnation and ghost stories and this one did not disappoint. This story centers on Stephanie who is a workaholic woman who gets laid off of work after devoting her entire life to the company. Now in her mid-40's, she suddenly finds herself with no family, no job, and no love life. In an attempt to cheer her up, Steph's one remaining friend from childhood takes her to an animal shelter to [...]

    • Judy said:
      Sep 20, 2018 - 00:51 AM

      The Man, The Dog, His Owner & Her Lover by Candace CarrabusStephanie O’Hanlon has focused so hard on her career for so long that she has missed everything along the way. Things like love and happiness. Losing her job and a trip to the pound with her friend changes life as she knows it. Taking home the huge dog she calls William the Conqueror has her noticing life in a very different way.Gabe Fagen has been waiting a long time for Stephanie to slow down. After all these years will she final [...]

    • Gaele said:
      Sep 20, 2018 - 00:51 AM

      AudioBook Review:Stars: Overall 4 Narration 4 Story 4 Engaging and adorable insets of animal quirks add to the emotional impact of this story as it highlights the human’s own insecurities while encouraging their growth. A well-crafted short story that incorporates humor, insecurities and true emotions to the characters, and presents a story that is as complete as a full-length novel. Stephanie is a single 40-something woman who existed with her safe and well-defined yet emotionless life: until [...]

    • Kym said:
      Sep 20, 2018 - 00:51 AM

      Genre: Contemporary romance, with a touch of paranormal.Stephanie O'Hanlon loses her job and gains a large, smiling dog from the shelter. Her friend, Heather, tells her the dog is a reincarnation of her lover from a past life. She starts having odd dreams. She also gets to know the handyman who works part-time taking care of the 3-apartment house she owns. She reluctantly gains a different perspective on life.The characters in this novella are 3 dimensional, and the plot is engaging. The situati [...]

    • Gail said:
      Sep 20, 2018 - 00:51 AM

      Such a fascinating story that it was hard to put down. Stephanie O'Hanlon is a workaholic who is laid off from her job. She ends up adopting a huge dog from the shelter named William the Conqueror. Her friend insists that the dog is Stephanie's former lover. Gabe Fagen is the handyman for the three apartment building that Stephanie manages. Stephanie and Gabe were in love with each other as teenagers but now that the years have drifted by and they are now reunited Stephanie doesn't realize that [...]

    • Sue Stewart said:
      Sep 20, 2018 - 00:51 AM

      Love this book! Short, funny, finished it in one sitting! And an amazing dog! You are going to Love William the Conqueror!

    • Amelia Autin said:
      Sep 20, 2018 - 00:51 AM

      Lovely story, well told. I don't know why it is, but I especially loved Steph making ice cubes from her mother's coffee as a way of staying connected. I'm not much of a dog person, but I totally bought Steph's relationship with her dog, William the Conqueror. Last, but certainly not least, I adored Steph's sudden-yet-not-so-sudden attraction to Gabe, and his to her.

    • Beverly said:
      Sep 20, 2018 - 00:51 AM

      Quite different. Sweet romance in the background. The part about the dog and the past is not my style.

    • Donna Huber said:
      Sep 20, 2018 - 00:51 AM

      I wasn't too thrilled with the plot. The story felt rushed. I read it as part of the Must Love Pets boxset. Full review soon.

    • Sara Morsey said:
      Sep 20, 2018 - 00:51 AM

    • Candace Carrabus said:
      Sep 20, 2018 - 00:51 AM

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