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Marsha Cook
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It's Never Too Late For Love
Confirmed bachelor Noah Meyers thinks living his life without a wife is just fine and manages to dodge his meddling mother’s repeated attempts to fix him up. When an adorable dog named Gracie finds her way into his life and decides to play matchmaker, Noah finds his carefully constructed world is turned upside down. Will Gracie complete her mission to finally find a fairy tale happy ending for Noah and ultimately help herself find happiness too? It’s Never Too Late For Love is a timeless and delightful love story filled with a lot of laughter and just a hint of magic.
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4.0 out of 5 stars‘Love is a wonderful thing, and you never know when love can ...

February 23, 2018

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‘Love is a wonderful thing, and you never know when love can happen, you just need to believe it will’
It’s very rare for me to find a book like this one and as you keep reading, there is a constant giggle that it just can’t stop. Stories like this are a reminder that no matter the age or the rough pass of time, love will still come to you, from one way or another, a mother, a relative or a close person to you will always care and get worried about you and as twisted as your life might be, there is a solution for that too.
I, honestly don’t have the words to express how much I love this book, especially because two months ago one of my beloved pet passed away and while reading this, I was remembering every moment of happiness I have with him, just because we have a language, can talk and complain it doesn’t mean dogs or animals in general don’t do that too, and considering the joy a pet brings to your life, it’s normal to suggest that this story happen to all of us in a daily basis.
No criticism, no suggestions, just buy and read this book, times are always difficult, no matter the perspective, but stories like this one can make everyone’s day a little bit better.

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Billy O.

5.0 out of 5 starsAnimals sometimes know more about love than humans.

February 27, 2018

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This is such a lovely, heartwarming story, the one that you would want to read around the holidays, or when you are going through a breakup or just when you need to read some soothing words that will make you believe in love again after a disappointment. Excellent dialogue that goes so smoothly, you’ll read the book in one go! It’s truly one of those romances that you don’t want to leave until you complete it.
Gracie, the adopted talking dog, has quite an impact on Noah’s destiny. When he decides to pick her up from the shelter after yet another ruined date, the young, handsome and eligible doctor has a turn of events. He gets closer to Annie who works in his office and starts taking his life in his own hands. His mom Rosalyn stops hooking him up after she meets someone with the justification to make him happy in love. At that point, all events in the book somehow come together, and there is more than one love story that will melt your heart. For readers who prefer dialogue over descriptions, this will be a candy. Grab it!

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JoJo Maxson

5.0 out of 5 starsSweet, fun, and enjoyable.

February 8, 2018

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The more Noah Meyers’ mother plays matchmaker the worse his blind dates end up. He knows she loves him but he doesn’t think he needs a wife at this time in his life. His practice in medicine keeps him busy and his work with special needs children make him happy; he doesn’t have time for a relationship. He does think adding a dog to his life will fill in those times he is lonely and bored at home. Gracie has a mission commissioned from up above to help Noah find the love that is right in front of him.

Annie has been Noah’s foundation while getting his business up and running. He relied on her for multiple tasks that only made her more valuable as an employee, but it took a dog for him to really look at the beautiful woman that had loved him for years.

A kink in the story could be the end of their blooming relationship before it really got started. Someone up above was looking out for several of the people in Noah’s life. Everyone deserves a fairy tale ending, and more than one couple receives one.

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Jen C.

4.0 out of 5 starsLike a Hallmark movie

March 1, 2018

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Every now and then you need an easy-breezy comfort read – It’s Never Too Late for Love by Marsha Casper Cook is just that book. It is a predictable story, but the kind you still enjoy reading anyway because you enjoy the journey. For instance, you know just based off the title, that the main character will fall in love. But, you enjoy reading it and watching it happen.
In this book, it is easy to enjoy the journey because the characters are delightful. Noah, the main character, is constantly being set up by his mother. And, she just keeps getting it wrong. The bad set-ups make for entertaining stories that will make you laugh.
But, the true joy comes from the other main character, the dog, Gracie. Noah adopts Gracie, and Gracie has made it her mission to help him find love. And where does he find it? Right in front of him. Sound like a Hallmark movie? It reads like one too.

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SanjinTop Contributor: Cooking

4.0 out of 5 starsProfoundly cute from start to finish

March 10, 2018

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Cute is the right word I would use to describe this novel. It is profoundly cute from start to finish.
The story is pretty simple, we have Noah, a bachelor who doesn't have any interest in finding a wife, but that does not stop his mother from repeatedly trying to find him one. Along the way he gets a dog, Gracie, from a pet shop and from that moment his life starts to become a little bit different.
Like I said, the idea and the execution are simple, it is easy and comfortable to read, the book isn't really too long and you can finish it in one sitting. Characters are good, slightly stereotypical maybe, but I didn't honestly expect something groundbreaking and original in that department. I can easily see this book as a movie, something with Hugh Grant from the 90's and, I don't know, Meg Ryan. It is that type of story, so if you like it, give it a go.

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JA Armstrong

5.0 out of 5 starswho only wants to see her son happy and settled down

February 11, 2018

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Noah’s mom is a well-meaning woman, who only wants to see her son happy and settled down, with a lovely young woman, preferably with a few grandbabies on the way. If this doesn’t sound like most moms, than I have been in different circles. The characters in this book are fleshed out, well written and relatable. Even Gracie, the cute King Charles Spaniel, who in a twist becomes the main character, attempting to secure her own happiness by continuing the work that Noah’s mom has begun: setting him up to fall in love. There is a surprise twist that awaits Noah’s mom later on in the book. Something along the lines of “what comes around, goes around.” Funny, witty, heartfelt and inspiring, the love story has it all. You do not find this often anymore in love stories. It was sweet and a true pleasure to read. It did not feel sleazy but genuine.

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