Thursday, March 26, 2020

Spotlight and Giveaway: Who Rescued Who

Today we are featuring Victoria Schade's debut novel, Who Rescued Who, which published on Tuesday. Isn't the cover adorable?!? Thanks to Berkley, we have one copy to give away!

The plan was simple: Elizabeth would ignore the fact that she was unjustly fired from her dream job, fly across the pond to settle an unexpected inheritance in her father's home country and quickly return to reclaim her position among the Silicon Valley elite. But when Elizabeth stumbles upon an abandoned puppy, she's shocked to realize that her brief trip to England might turn into an extended stay. Her strict itinerary is upended completely by the pup's dogged devotion, and soon the lovable puppy helps her to connect with a tight-knit community of new friends on two legs and four, from the aunt and uncle she didn't know existed, to a grumpy coffee shop owner to two very opinionated sheep. Along the way Elizabeth is confronted by long-kept family secrets, hard truths about her former life and a new romance that might lead her to question everything she knows about love. Because sometimes rescue magic happens on both ends of the leash.


Victoria Schade is an award-winning speaker and dog trainer who lives in Pennsylvania with her husband--and many dogs.

Visit Victoria online:
Website * Facebook * Twitter * Instagram

Photo by Jeff Reader

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11 comments:

Nancy Payette said...

When my oldest son & his friend volunteered to cook/clean for Christmas to give me a break. Then my youngest son & his wife, who live out of state, pitched in to help too. My mom had passed earlier that month. I was exhausted after being her daily caregiver before that for months & was bogged down in the middle of the process of getting her home/affairs in order. I worked hard & gave them so much of myself as a working, single parent...it was wonderful to know they had my back too. 💙

Melissa said...

The last time I felt I needed to be rescued was when I was 20. I was ill, unsure of what path to take and was very afraid. My college professor was the one who rescued me or at least placed me on the path to health. She helped me make the investment in myself.

Jeanne said...

The last time I needed to be rescued I needed someone to help me through paperwork I never would have had to look at if it weren’t for the loss of my husband.

traveler said...

I needed help and someone rescued me from my challenging and ongoing ailments and difficulties. Without their guidance I would have been lost forever. After that I helped others in need and continue to do so and this gives me great pleasure.

diannekc said...

The last time I remembered having to be rescued when my Sister and I went to a summer concert and our car was flooded while we were at the concert. My brother-in-law had to come pick us up and my Sister had to get a new car.

Donamae Kutska said...

My tire blew out and someone drove by and fixed it.

dstoutholcomb said...

I don't recall ever feeling like I was rescued.

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bn100 said...

n/a

Mary Preston said...

I am the one who does the rescuing.

Grandma Cootie said...

Whenever family steps up and helps.

rubynreba said...

I had been going through a bad time and met my future husband. He rescued me!