The Perfect Disaster: A Small Town Dog Lover Romantic Comedy

· Applebottom Books Book 2 · Casey Shay Press
7 reviews

About this ebook

Her giant pup drags her across town, right into the arms of the football coach.

Ginny Page arrives in Applebottom with a problem -- a Great Dane she rescued three days before her big move.

An untrained Great Dane that outweighs her by twenty pounds.

When Roscoe trashes the doggie bakery on Town Square, the locals send their strong, single football coach to help Ginny tame her new addition.

Carter McBride is a favored son despite his team’s losing tradition. He got his heart broken on national television, and he’s content to hide in Applebottom and underachieve himself into oblivion.

Until Ginny. Her devotion to her students and this wild, crazy dog inspire him to be a better man. With the town’s encouragement, Ginny and Carter learn that sometimes life’s biggest setbacks can turn a disaster into the perfect match.


Don't miss all of Abby's books:

  -- The Sweetest Match: Sweet Small Town Second Chance

  -- The Perfect Disaster: Small Town Dog Lover Sports Romance

  -- The Irresistible Spark: Sweet Small Town Firefighter Romance

-- Mistletoe Summer: Sweet Small Town Grumpy Sunshine Military Romance

  -- The Unexpected Shelter: Sweet Stranger in a Small Town Romance

  -- The Special Delivery: Sweet Small Town Single Dad and Nanny Romance

-- Belated Kiss: Sweet Late in Life Mature Romance (over sixty)

-- Runaway Cove: Small Town Family Saga on the New England Coast

Ratings and reviews

7 reviews
Linda Dossett
March 5, 2019
A small slip of a woman, harnessed to an out of control Great Dane named Roscoe, need I say more? This second book of the Applebottom Matchmaker Society, is my favorite, so far. There is dog chasing, dog destruction, dog training mayhem. There is new found friends, romance and of course the commitment issues that keep the story interesting. Fun, fast and entertaining read.
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MaryEllen Cox
January 28, 2022
Sweet story Lots of laughs and sweet small town life take the edge off a few heart-achy bits. The story is really well done. I love the characters in this one and can't wait for the next.
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Erin Lewis
March 19, 2019
4.5 Star Review The Perfect Disaster by Abby Tyler Abby Tyler is a relatively new author to me and I have absolutely no idea why that is. I really enjoyed The Perfect Disaster. From Start to finish Ms.Tyler had me hooked as she wove her tale about the people from Applebottom, Missouri. The Perfect Disaster ticked quite a few boxes for me. This is a small town contemporary romance about Ginny Page and Carter McBride. Throw in an out of control Great Dane named Roscoe and you know that there is going to be a few laughs. Having been left humiliated, Carter returns to Applebottom to hide from the world and lick his wounds, that is until Ginny and her dog cross his path. Ginny has plenty of self doubts and yet despite them she is slowly opening herself to the possibility of finding love and happiness. Thanks to the interference of the town’s people Carter is coerced in to helping train her out of control dog, which makes for great reading. What follows is truly a story that will leave you smiling and feeling good. A fun, quick, sweet romantic read about taking a chance and I cannot wait to visit Applebottom, Missouri again.
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About the author

Abby Tyler loves puppy dogs, pie, and small towns (she grew up in one!) Her Applebottom Matchmaker Society books combine the sweet and wholesome style of romance she loves with the funny, sometimes a-little-too-truthful characters she remembers from growing up in a place where everyone knew everybody’s business.

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