Posts Tagged "Love Gone to the Dogs"

Book Lovers’ Buffet-.99 cent sale

»Posted on May 1, 2013 in Blog | 15 comments

What happens when two dogs play matchmaker with their owners? Find out with Love Gone to the Dogs by Margaret Daley. My book is one of many on sale for 99 cents between May 1-4 for the Book Lovers’ Buffet. My book is available at Amazon and Barnes and Noble. Check out all the books at: and come join the fun and pick books to read that are only 99 cents but only temporarily.

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Love Gone to the Dogs by Margaret Daley

»Posted on Jul 14, 2012 in Blog | 10 comments

My newest book out is an ebook of one of my out of print books. This is a sweet romance (not a Christian romance). I am giving away two free copies of this ebook. Leave a comment if you want to be in the giveaways. Blurb of Love Gone to the Dogs by Margaret Daley: Single mom, Leah Taylor, has her hands full with a grandfather, an inventor, who lives a bit risky when it comes to his job and two sons, one a rambunctious genius. But it is her free spirited beagle who gets her into trouble with her new neighbor, Dr. Shane O’Grady, when her dog makes a move on his champion bichon that he wants to breed. Leah and Shane clash over their dogs that clearly like each other. Leah is determined to ignore her neighbor, but when her youngest son who tries to defy gravity...

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Love Gone to the Dogs Excerpt

»Posted on Jul 11, 2012 in Book Excerpts | 2 comments

Excerpt from Love Gone to the Dogs by Margaret Daley: When Leah Taylor heard the pounding on her front door at seven o’clock in the morning, she jumped, nearly sloshing her coffee all over her hand. Did burglars now announce themselves before stealing a person blind? No one else in his right mind would be out visiting at this time. Carefully, so as not to spill the hot brew, she placed the mug on the kitchen counter and made her way toward the insistent pounding that she was sure was waking up the whole neighborhood. She peered out a narrow slit in her mini blind and saw an enraged, huge man standing on her front porch with a shredded newspaper in one hand. The other was clenched at his side. He wore practically nothing except a pair of jean shorts. He...

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