ARC Review: Paws and Prejudice

Paws and Prejudice by Alanna Martin

Adorable huskies, enemies to lovers trope, and small town Alaska setting, sign me up! Paws and Prejudice which will be out on Tuesday, is the second book in the Hearts of Alaska series and can definitely be read as a standalone since I have not yet read the first book.

If you don’t like Kelsey’s dogs, she is not going to like you, and when Ian makes it clear that her dogs are not welcome, he already has a strike against him before their first conversation. When her father volunteers her to help Ian get his new brewery’s website copy written, Kelsey is forced to work in close proximity to him. As they spend more time together, and Ian admits to Kelsey that he has a fear of dogs, they both have to decide if getting close to each other is worth risking their hearts.

The book will definitely keep you entertained as Kelsey and Ian battle with each other and then struggle with their feelings for each other. I loved that this book had Jewish representation in it, that was such a nice surprise when I started reading it since I was not expecting it at all. I’m definitely looking forward to reading more of the books in this series.

Thank you to Berkley for having me be a part of the blog blitz for the book and NetGalley for an advance digital copy in exchange for an honest review.

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