I just finished book five of the Happy Tails Dog Walking series and it just keeps getting better! I like how the author leaves a little bit to think about for the next book. The main mystery is always wrapped up nicely but just like a TV show or even real life, there are some little tails hanging, and not the wagging tails that Olivia takes care of. 😉
Here’s my Goodreads review:
My rating: 5 of 5 stars
First off there are a lot more than 21 pages in this book just wanted to let anyone know who is planning to buy it that it’s the same length as the other four books.
Olivia has promised herself to be the perfect girlfriend to Andrew and also that she will not turn everything into an investigation. This doesn’t last too because Andrew has to go out of town on a business trip for a week just when she was wanting to ask him to move back in with her. She tries her best to keep communication open while he’s gone. But something in the form of another case has gotten her interest and it turns out, Andrew actually approves.
A local woman who was helping Andrew develop his new app has gone missing. She’s Jackie’s next door neighbor and it was actually Jackie and Olivia who noticed since Andrew sent Olivia on an errand to give the woman (Hattie) a message. Hattie is known to be agoraphobic and spends most of her time inside doing computer and tech work for people and companies. From the looks of her house when Jackie and Olivia go in after Hattie’s cat comes rushing out the partially open door, it seems as though Hattie’s not been there for a few days.
This was an interesting case and believe it or not there was no murder involved. That didn’t make it any less intriguing though. There were little mysteries here and there to solve. Jackie and Olivia both had another incident of vandalism so that aspect is still not cleared up.
In the end, everything works out. Janelle’s mood swings and crazy stressed-outness over a wedding she’s catering all turns out well–I won’t spoil it though! This series continues to intrigue me and I love how the author wraps up the case but leaves enough dangling to entice the reader to read the next book. I am super interested in reading book six!