Editorial Reviews. From Publishers Weekly. Starred Review. Don’t be put off by the talking dogs; clever (human) dialogue and sassy heroines make this joint. Dogs and Goddesses by Jennifer Crusie, Lani Diane Rich and Anne Stuart – book cover, description, publication history. Read “Dogs and Goddesses A Novel” by Jennifer Crusie with Rakuten Kobo. Abby has just arrived in Summerville, Ohio, with her placid Newfoundland, Bowser.
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One person found this helpful. This book is very funny with a unique plot. There are some funny bits with the dogs and the villian.
Talking dogs whose speech was rendered in an awful sans-serif font. Apr 08, Jaime rated it liked it Shelves: This book didn’t work so well for me on the goddedses. She wrote “Tell goddsses Tillie she’s dead”, which is a great romp in itself if you like ghosts, witches and comedic high Jinks. My only excuse is that Im a sucker for vibrant covers and the use of photoshop brushes why yes, I do have another LBD book sitting on my shelf purchased for exactly the same reasons.
All things I love. Abby has just arrived in Summerville, Ohio, with her placid Newfoundland, Bowser.
Dogs and Goddesses
The review must be at least 50 characters long. I tried, I really did, but I just couldn’t get around the ridiculousness of the premise, and I really love fantasy novels so I’m no stranger to ridiculous premises.
One character is named “Bun. Return to Book Page. The title should be at least 4 characters long. The story should feel real. Anyway, keep up the good work Nads. I liked the book – but honestly I confused Abbey and Daisy all the time – which made me have a hard time keeping there men straight. To get the free app, enter your cgusie phone number.
Jun 25, The Bookshelf Wars rated it really liked it. Dogs and Goddesses is an enjoyable humor-filled romp.
Dogs and Goddesses by Jennifer Crusie, Lani Diane Rich and Anne Stuart
Stop the goddess, get the guys. Dogs and Goddesses is an entertaining story of three women who find themselves poised to save the world. To be fair, she was an actual goddess. When All the Girls Have Gone. Though the narrator does a good job distinguishing between the different goxdesses. Three talking dogs with three heroines, three heros one who is a god and a creepy villian equ Snaps to the authors for including a year-old heroine!
Mar 31, Denise rated it it was amazing Shelves: I want to say the sex was overdone. Share your thoughts with other customers. View the Dogs and Goddesses website. There were some pretty clever cliches, humorous language and definitely some very sexy, ahem, parts. Ggoddesses arranges a meeting with North, ostensibly cusie return his uncashed alimony checks and inform him of her intention to remarry, but what she’s really looking for is closure – to confirm to herself that her feelings for North are really, truly a thing ajd the past.
I enjoyed this book–especially the color orgasms. Close Report a review At Kobo, we try to ensure that published reviews do not contain rude or profane language, spoilers, or any of our reviewer’s personal information. Lady Osbaldestone’s Christmas Goose. And then there’s Daisy, a web code writer, and her hyperactive Jack Russell, Bailey.
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Get to Know Us. If it had not had Crusie’s name on the cover I wouldn’t have bothered to finish it. This story also lacked Crusie’s signature witty humor. If it is at all possible, get the audio version. Oh, Jenny Crusie, no! It was the plot that left me puzzled. Didn’t make it l Picked entirely at random out of the selection of available Crusie audio because I needed some soothing book white noise.
This plot element reminded me somewhat of Sarah Addison Allens Goddessex Spellsand I would happily have spent more time getting acquainted with the quirky cafe rather than being dragged about as the academically deficient characters try to solve what barely counts as a mystery.
Maybe that’s a hint to which one of the authors wrote those particular scenes? Jul 12, Mindy rated it liked it.
Dogs and Goddesses (Unabridged)
I love Jennifer Crusie’s goddseses as they are usually lots of fun and a bit quirky in a good waybut this one was way out there. We’ll work it out. If you don’t like stories with a strong paranormal aspect then give it a pass. The different women do have their own sub-voice, but overall the tone was very consistent.