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Reviewed by Susan Sewell for Readers' Favorite
When a veterinarian gets the wrong idea about a charming sociologist, everything goes to the dogs in the romantic comedy, Text In Show by Whitney Dineen and Melanie Summers. Autumn Jones has been going to college for almost a decade, but she has finally decided what she wants to do with her life. She wants to be a professor of sociology. However, that requires that she go to school a little longer. When her sister Helen offers her a place in her Manhattan home in return for coordinating a prestigious dog show, Autumn accepts. Having free rent in New York City while attending Columbia University will make Autumn's life much easier. Fending for herself on her first night in Helen's home, Autumn inadvertently poisons Helen's poodle. Rushing the dog to the nearest veterinarian office, Autumn makes an impression on the gorgeous, desirable, and single Dr. Jack Campbell. Unfortunately, when Autumn learns he believes she is essentially a high-paid prostitute, she is furious. Helen insists Autumn obtain Jack's services for the Show, and things become complicated for Autumn. Helen's marriage is in trouble, and Jack is giving her mixed signals. Can they all put their differences aside and finish the dog show?
Funny and romantic, Text In Show by Whitney Dineen and Melanie Summers is a brilliant chick-lit novel. With engaging characters, an absorbing plot, and a humorous storyline, reading it is a most delightful way to spend a sunny afternoon. Not only is it an amusing story that has laugh-out-loud moments, but it also contains an element of empowerment. I appreciated how Autumn, her parents, and Jack dealt with Helen and her heartrending situation. It is a captivating story that promises to charm and entertain everyone who loves romantic comedy with a slice of reality.