A vet, a blind man, a guard dog = fluff guaranteed.
After a rocky start - the term "older man" used in first person POV was very
irritating - but the "old man" said goodbye after a few pages and from then on it was smoothly written cotton candy. I thought all I need to survive are rose-colored glasses, a feather boa and several helpings of Hungarian goulash soup with extra red pepper - as antidote.
But what finally threw me off the candy train were the main characters.
Carter was the epitome of a wounded Bambi and Isaac a petulant, spoiled brat. Busy with giving each other a hard time with lots of misunderstandings and accusations followed by pouting, silent treatment, tears, "tell me if you still want to be with me`s" and making ups (as icing on the cake, "Oh, my poor baby!" *groan*). After the third round I was fed up with these two dramaqueens.
The only mature acting character in this book was the adorable guard dog Brady.
The three stars are for him...