The Dog Days of Charlotte Hayes
Charlotte Hayes is NOT a dog person, but when her dad comes home with a young Saint Bernard Charlotte is left to feed and clean up after him. Soon Charlotte gets sick of taking care of Killer and creates a crazy plot to give him a better home. Will she find a home for him?
I have to admit, I LOVED this story. It was better than I ever expected. I loved all the characters. They were VERY realistic. The story was easy to understand and enjoyable.
I will definitely read this book again. :)
Beauregard is a big, drooling, slobbery mess of a Saint Bernard and Charlotte is sick of taking care of him. But she knows she has to, because no one else will. Her father brought him home a few months ago but no one will look after him. Charlotte dreams that Beauregard will go to a good family, one that lets him come inside the house and that will love him. Plans fail and Charlotte is about to give up. Then she heard about the Saint Bernard Rescue Foundation. The problem is, her father doesnt agree with what Charlotte has planned out. Then again, what if Charlotte doesnt either?
The Dog Days of Charlotte Hayes was exactly what I was hoping for. It was simply cute. The storyline was steady and the plot grew deeper with each chapter. I became entranced with Charlottes life. It was fun to read and I enjoyed every bit of it. The word choice was simple but it easily explained everything. The friendships formed helped each character grow in their own way, especially Charlotte. The synopsis on the back cover summarizes the story perfectly. I cant put it better myself.