About the Book
Darcy Malone’s dreams of mission work are dashed on the eve of fulfilling them: The Guatemalan school she was going to teach at has closed, and she’s already quit her job and given up her apartment. Stuck in her worst-case scenario, Darcy accepts an unexpected offer to move in with Bryson Katsaros’s little sister, despite the years of distrust between her and Bryson, the lead singer in her best friend Cameron’s band. But as she meets those close to Bryson, Darcy quickly discovers there is more to him than just his bad-boy persona. Needing to find a purpose for all her sudden free time, Darcy jumps at the chance to care for and train a group of unruly dogs, with the aim of finding each a home before their bereaved owner returns them to animal control. But it’s Darcy herself who will encounter a surprising rescue in the form of love, forgiveness, and learning to let go.
Other Books in the Series
In My Opinion
Readers met Darcy in the first book of this series and Love and the Silver Lining picks up where her life falls apart.
While I liked Darcy (most of the time) in this book, I had a more difficult time with Bryson. Maybe that’s because we don’t get his point of view other than what he tells Darcy. For a while, I also felt like the author was following the same formula in the previous book with two potential love interests and the heroine having to make a choice between the two.
I did enjoy the dog training aspect and Darcy’s journey with her parents made the book worth the time.
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