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  • The story itself was good, with interesting events and characters

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      This seems to be a really popular book, considering it got up to 24th on the New York Times list. But Dogs and Goddesses by Jennifer Crusie, Anne Stuart, and Lani Diane Rich, didn’t feel like a bestseller to me.

      The story itself was good, with interesting events and characters. But


      I felt that the mystery was overplayed and the events happened rather quickly. Having 3 romances develop within one novel that seems like it has about a weeklong timespan kind of muddied the waters as well. It felt like you were skimming through a much longer book.

      It just felt like too ...


      • much was going on in this book. There are three protagonists, for one thing. A goddess from 4000 years ago. An evil priestess. Dogs. A bunch of guys, some of whom very quickly fall in love with the main characters. cookies. a clicky pen. a fire. And I haven’t even actually
        mentioned the main plot or how everyone is linked together.

        The book lacked the quick, witty dialogue that you find in a lot of other Jennifer Crusie novels, so that was a bit disappointing.

        The good part was the writing - the authors really did describe things well and you moved along with the book.




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