Doggy Village Books

BY STACY LEE

Stacy Lee, the writer behind the Doggy Village Books, hails from New England, where she has spent her entire life. Residing in New Hampshire, she shares her home with her immensely supportive husband, two lovely children, and two adored rescue pups. Finding joy in moments spent with her family, she particularly cherishes their time in the historic town of York Beach, Maine. The Nubble Lighthouse holds a special significance for her, carrying a special place in her heart.

A little Hope for Harper

BY STACY LEE

What could be better than finding your forever home?

Hope is a tiny hound mix rescue pup from Mississippi who longs for a place to call home. Her dreams come true when she is adopted by the Maloney Family. Just when she thinks things can’t get any better, she discovers she has been enrolled at Doggy Village Daycare in York, Maine.

Harper is a spunky and shockingly beautiful purebred golden retriever who lives on the beach. Although she spends a great deal of time at the local dog park and Doggy Village Daycare, she longs for the one thing her parents have forbidden—the ocean.

The adventures of Hope and Harper are only just beginning in book one of the Doggy Village Series. What could be better than finding your forever home? Meeting your best friend.

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