London veterinarian Maz Harwood has learned the hard way that love and work dont mix. So when Emma, her best friend from vet school, asks her to look after her practice in the English countryside for six months, Maz decides that is just the change of scenery she needs. But country life is trickier than she could have imagined.
It is one thing to trade her smart heels for wellies; its another to deal with unwelcoming locals, an intense rivalry with the towns other vet practice, and worse yet, the realization that her friends practice is in as bad a shape as Mazs own broken heart. Things get even more complicated when she meets her rivals dashing son, who is totally unsuitable as a prospect . . . or is he? Can Maz win over the locals, save the lives of her patients, keep Emmas practice from going under . . . and find love again?
Cathy Woodman, a fresh new voice in womens fiction, has written a warm, breezy romantic comedy with just enough mishap and plenty of adorable four-legged creatures.
Previously published in the UK as Trust Me, Im A Vet.