The Dogs Were Sweet, The Story Was Weak

Forever Home - Rory Wilde

           This was a sweet, simple love story about an introverted man who has just adopted a 7-year old girl and a man who has devoted his life to the care of animals. Neither man has realized they are missing something in their life that would make them whole. Rory Wilde really gets a person's passion for animals, all the dogs are well drawn out for the reader. The adopted child was sweet enough but we were given absolutely no backstory that would have made her situation more meaningful. Wilde didn't dig too deep into many of the parts of this story that could have given it more punch.
          Everything about these two men and how they connect was just too darn easy. What about their parents? How do they feel about this budding romance? I'm being picky because this tale had some good bones but it was missing muscle