Stumbling Into Him is a hilarious meet-cute featuring a curvy, trips over nothing librarian with an over-opinionated Corgi and a drool worthy veterinarian with a heart of gold. Who knew there could be so much chaos surrounding one woman and her dog?
Holly has spent her whole life as a walking disaster, from running into walls, tripping over invisible objects, and always being in the wrong place at the wrong time. When a seemingly normal outing taking her overly opinionated Corgi for a walk resulted in an object to the face, she didn’t think her day could get any worse. The moment she opened her eyes and saw the Adonis standing over her, she knew she’d been wrong. It was about to get a whole lot worse.
Ben’s lived his whole life disobeying his uptight, self-centered, shrew of a mother. Instead of going into the family business, he followed his dreams and opened his veterinarian clinic. One ordinary day at the dog park, and a rogue dog toy later, he found himself captivated by the curvy woman that had a feistiness which set him on fire.
It could only get better from here, right? Too bad his mother had other plans.
Standalone Rom-Com. HEA. No Cliffhanger.
Laura Lee, USA Today Bestselling Author on BookBub wrote:
Wow I loved this book by Molly O'hare this is the first if her books I've read and am looking forward to reading the second book of this two book series. Holly and her Corgi Lord Waffles was in the dog park when she was hit in the face by a frisbee . One thing you need to know is Holly is a klutz and can trip over a non existing object. The frisbee had been thrown by my Ben for his dog Ripley and of course with Holly' s luck it hit her in the face. Ben was a veterinarian and insisted on taking her to his office to see the damage that had been done. This episode started a love story for two very different people and their love of animals that banded them all into a family. This is a must read to find out all that happens to everyone involved in this couple's lives.
This book was so great! It was funny, sexy, and who can resist an overly opinionated Corgi? Highly recommended!