by Kathryn Donahue
Available November 7, 2017
9781635839029 trade paperback
5.25 in x 8 in
FICTION / Romance / Contemporary
FICTION / Romance / Romantic Comedy
FICTION / Romance / General
When jaded and overworked Los Angeles literary agent Daniel Ashe hires Annie Doherty, an Irish dog walker, he’s simply looking for someone to care for his dogs so he can focus on landing a dream client and save his career. He certainly doesn’t expect to come home each night to find Annie has left him a new and fantastical story about the secret lives of his dogs—or that she’s cast him, a man who doesn’t believe in love, as a romantic hero.
When his personal life and professional one collide, Daniel must ask himself how much he really knows about his dog walker and whether he’s truly incapable of falling in love after all.
Kathryn Donahue is a freelance writer and former canine advice columnist for The Deepwell Press. Her humor essays have been published in First Sunday, and she won The Spotlight Award for her one act play, The Sty. She lives with her husband and welsh corgi in Batavia, New York. The Dog Walker’s Diary is her first novel.