Tips for Adopting a Puppy at Christmas by Josie Riviera

Considering bringing a furry friend into your home this holiday season? Remember to prepare your space, invest time in training, and ensure the commitment matches the festive spirit. A puppy’s love is the gift that keeps on giving.

Here are some puppy adoption tips:

  • Remove hazards and create a safe environment.
  • Start with basic commands and positive reinforcement.
  • Set consistent feeding, play, and bathroom schedules.
  • Introduce your puppy to various environments and people.
  • Consult your vet for a suitable diet based on age and breed.
  • Monitor health, vaccinations, and preventive care.
  • Provide safe and durable toys for teething.
  • Designate a cozy space with a bed and familiar toys.
  • Be patient, understanding, and consistent in training.

I’m so excited about my newest release: Cocoa’s Christmas Love

Adopting a Puppy

Step into the world of Evergreen Valley, where Ivy Bennett’s Wishing Blooms weave their magic and rekindle the spirit of Christmas in the most unexpected way. In Cocoa’s Christmas Love, Ivy, a spirited florist, finds herself facing challenges that threaten her flourishing flower shop. But when fate introduces her to Blake Shepherd, a disillusioned hometown photographer, the magic of the season begins to unfold.

Fall in love with the irresistible charm of a puppy for Christmas. A Happily-Ever-After is guaranteed, making this sweet, small-town romance a perfect holiday read.

Grab your copy today.

Cocoa’s Christmas Love is available in ebook, paperback, large print paperback, and hardcover.

Audiobook coming soon.

FREE on Kindle Unlimited.

American Heartland: Sweet Country Hearts

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American Heartland is my latest romantic theme: a collection of books that celebrate all that is both good and true across our rugged and heroic land. Desiree is the new girl in town, a sleepy hamlet in Southern Indiana. Kyle Landon’s roots run long and deep in the rich land his ancestors settled. He’s a mystery writer, a collector of stories and a teller of tales, but he has a big problem. His eldest cousin, Trey, is the big man in town and his grandmother is actively matchmaking with Desiree’s father to get her and Trey together. Kyle befriends Desiree as the groom to her horses, but as he takes on spooky trail rides into the deep, dark woods and tells her folktales of love gone by, he draws her imagination into his orbit and weaves a romance both magic and tragic: of passion, of sin, of lust, of vengeance, and sometimes … death.

Life in the past was not as sanitized as our twenty-first century sensibilities. Wars, disease, injustice, and trauma mar the lives of those who’ve gone before. From the ancient Greek dramas to the murder ballads of the old American mountain folks, man has soared to heights of heroism while confronting the darkness in his heart. The age old quest for love is a tug of war between surface pleasures and societal niceties and the frightening passions that plunge deep like a vein of coal. The question is, which would you rather have? A sanitized Disney version of love with a superficial veneer of heroism or the monster that tips your heart in a tragic balance between heaven and hell?

Admittedly, my story is not that dark and it is a sweet romance taking place in the weeks leading up to the Fourth of July festival. But check it out. It’s on sale for 99c from August 14 to August 31. [Book Link]

Is summer hot enough for you? Don’t forget to check the ABB monthly board for great books and prizes. Oh, and check out this week’s ABB newsletter where you’ll find lots of free and bargain ebooks.