I thought this book was like a breath of fresh air, the characters were just cute and loveable and the story line was just perfect. Ellen just turned thirty and wonders where the guy is for her, so she signs up on a dating website and gets down to business. There are two guys that really have her attention and seem like they may be the one she's looking for, but only a face to face meeting will tell. When her friend Rachael begs her to dogsit Chester, the dog from hell that chewed up her new boots last time she was near him, at first she says no way, but when she learns her friend has a date she finally agrees. Arriving at Rachael's and watching her leave with a hot guy she decides to schedule a face to face with one of the guys on the website. After doing that she finds poor Chester choking on something from her purse, that he has emptied out and gone through. Not sure what he ate and worried because he is hacking up a lung, she rushes to the vet where she meets a hot as hell guy who saves Chester. Henry is everything she could ask for in a guy and when she finds out he and his dog are enrolled in a dog obedience class she decides to enroll Chester. The next day she picks up Chester and takes him again only to find Henry wearing the same clothes as the day before and looking worn out. Disappointed because he obviously has a girlfriend, she goes out with Craig, one of her guys from the dating website. I have to say, this date was hilarious to me, the guy spent more time checking things off of a list than actually getting to know Ellen, and his personality would have put me way, way off. Sadly she agrees to a second date, and here I wondered what the hell was she thinking. She then agrees to go out with the other guy she thought might be a good match from the dating website and it turns out to be a disaster. He looks nothing like what his picture looks like and she doesn't want to start a relationship out with a lie. Giving him some advice she then leaves. I don't want to tell you too much more about the book, because you should read it for yourself, it's such a cute book and really is something for everyone to read. I rated this book a four out of five stars. I received this book from the publisher in return for an honest review.