Pardon My Frenchie is a viral dog romance you'll adore

Pardon my Frenchie by Farrah Rochon. Image Credit to Forever.
Pardon my Frenchie by Farrah Rochon. Image Credit to Forever. /

When it comes to romance with dogs, I’m locked in and upon seeing the cover and hearing about Pardon My Frenchie, I was in.

I’m also a huge fan of Farrah Rochon’s other series which is The Boyfriend Project. It was a 3-book series and it was an utter delight. Even so, I was intrigued to start my next book of hers.

Whether you’re a fan of dogs or not, Pardon My Frenchie is honestly so much more than just a romance featuring dogs. Don’t get it twisted because the dogs are there a lot but the romance is what made this book all the better.

I’d like to thank Forever for sending me an ARC so I was able to read this early and can share my thoughts with you.

Pardon My Frenchie is a charming romance from Farrah Rochon.

Pardon My Frenchie begins with Ashanti, the exhausted owner of Barkingham Palace which is a doggy daycare. In addition to that, she also sells her own line of dog treats called Duchess’s Delights which are named after her beloved French bulldog. While Duchess is happy and content with her bestie Puddin’, things quickly shift.

Ashanti finds out that one of her favorite clients was put into a nursing home and her surly nephew is in charge of her beloved pooch, Puddin’. Things only get worse for the two as she finds out he’s done the unthinkable and pulled the plug on some of her plans. As with most romances, the two are invariably forced together.

After Puddin’ and Duchess become internet sensations, Ashanti and Thad are forced to spend time together. First, it’s a way to help both of their businesses but then, it’s a race against who can ignore the other’s attraction more. While it’s fun at first, it eventually becomes too much, and from there, it feels like a constant simmering flame between the two.

The romance isn’t the only storyline we’re following, though. Ashanti is dealing with raising and being the guardian of her twin younger siblings. Thad is readjusting to life outside of the military and possibly finding out secrets about his grandfather. While those plotlines aren’t as huge, they are hard-hitting and at times, emotional. Even so, it added some brevity to such a fun and light romance.

All in all, this was such an adorable romance and is perfect for all the dog lovers in your life or those craving some low-stakes fun. Pardon My Frenchie is an absolute gem of a romance.

Pardon My Frenchie is out now where books are sold.

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