A Lila Release Day Review: Roger by SJD Peterson


Rating: 4 stars out of 5

Texas native Colt Burrow isn’t happy about his third cold, lonely Christmas in frozen Michigan. But when fate sends him a gift in the form of an abandoned puppy, he can’t keep his heart from melting. With the puppy’s companionship, he doesn’t feel so isolated anymore, and the holidays don’t seem as bleak. He even finds enough Christmas spirit to take Roger tree shopping. But just when Colt’s starting to hope Roger’s owner doesn’t show up… he does, and Colt doesn’t want to say goodbye.

Will Roger end up being Colt’s Christmas heartbreak… or his Christmas miracle?

Roger is an adorable Christmas story. It’s not a traditional romance since most of the story is about Roger and Colt but we get to know them well, and when is time for love we can see how much they both deserve it.

This book is all about the holiday season, family, and loved ones. We get to see how much Colt needed someone there for him and how the little Feist filled that space in his heart. We cannot forget the well-meaning owner who noticed the connection between Roger and Colt and helps create their little family. It’s a romance after all.

Love, family, and a bit of fluff make this a perfect short for those who can’t stay away from a sweet story with a hint of romance.

The cover by Reese Dante goes perfectly with the story. Reflecting one of the scenes in the book.

Sale Links: Dreamspinners | Amazon | NOOK

ebook, 51 pages
Published: December 20, 2017, by Dreamspinners Press
ISBN: 9781635339994
Edition Language: English

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