Summary

Can a dog mend a broken heart?
When a stray dog walks into a sleepy Chiltern village, she touches the lives of many people there, but can she help the recently widowed Alfie Ellis, who has been living a kind of half life since the loss of his wife of 43 years?
A Dog Called Hope is a touching and heartwarming novella of 49 pages from the best-selling author of A Weekend with Mr. Darcy and Wish You Were Here.
©2014 Victoria Connelly (P)2015 Victoria Connelly
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5 out of 5 stars
By Kraftireader on 08-03-15

Sweet, little story

Really enjoyed this little story. The narrator was very clear and easy to understand and her voice was likeable. A wonderful story of an abandoned dog bringing new hope to a grieving family. Enjoying listening to audio books, it's relaxing and entertaining at the same time. Would recommend this audiobook for all ages even young adults who sometimes struggle to pick a book up.

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5 out of 5 stars
By Ros Kember on 28-02-16

Hope a wonderful short story

Loved it , just wish it was longer , I'll just have to read it again.

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