Love Jake by E.M. Leya

51uRhirNdKL._SX332_BO1,204,203,200_Title: Love Jake

Series:  Rags and Riches, #2

Author: E.M. Leya

Genre: Contemporary Romance

Length: 120 pages

Publisher: E.L. Publishing; 1 edition (March 13, 2016)

Heat Level: Moderate

Heart Rating: ♥♥♥3 Hearts

Blurb: Jay worked hard to become one of the best attorneys in the state. He loves being able to help others and see lives changed because of what he does. Professionally, he is flying high, personally not so much. Going home to a quiet house is what he thought he wanted, but is it?

Chris grew up on the streets, learning how to survive and take care of his needs. With his faithful companion, Jake, a beautiful dog who was abandoned and left for dead, Chris works to keep them both alive, always putting Jake’s needs before his own. Chris’s biggest fear is having Jake taken from him, and when that becomes a possibility, it’s Jay who steps in to save the day.

The decision to take Jake in was an easy one. Jay can’t see him taken to the pound, and Chris and Jake torn apart. Working out a plan to make sure that doesn’t happen. Jay finds that he might be the one who is being rescued.

The bond formed between the three grows stronger every day, but when it comes time for Chris and Jake to leave, Jay’s not sure he can watch them go.

Letting go of fear isn’t easy, but sometimes it’s the only way to find out what is truly in your heart.

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Reviewer: Shorty

Review: Story about Chris, homeless man, his dog Jake who he is about to lose and attorney Jay who takes in the dog so Chris can see him. I loved the dog in this story as he seemed dedicated to Chris despite the situation they are in,

Chris struggles to keep him and the dog with food and a safe place to sleep at nights. Hoping against hope that he will not lose the only companion he has. Jay takes them in and becomes attached to both as the story progresses.

It was a struggle for Jay as he fell for them both. I loved the interactions between the two MC’s as they come from different backgrounds but found each other.

It was an o.k. read.

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