Tory Hoffstar arrives at publisher
Franklin Fenderís office hopeful that he likes her book
proposal. Instead, Mr. Fender informs her that he isnít
interested in her book; he wants Tory to help Keenan James
write his. Keenan helps women with their relationships but he
has no credentials and Tory is a psychologist. Franklin thinks
with Toryís brains and Keenanís good looks and charm heíll
have a bestseller. Keenan is a busy guy and when his brother
refuses to take their motherís dog Barbara Streisand off his
hands, things get even crazier.
Tory is skeptical about Keenanís ethics
so she disguises herself and attends Keenanís Just-Dump-Him
Round Table meetings to see what heís all about. Tory ends up
learning a thing or two about herself and Keenan does too.
They canít seem to get along but they canít stay away from
each other either.
I liked Tory and Keenan and I really
wanted them to be together in Hello Doggy, but
there is a lack of chemistry between them. There are some
sexual sparks and they burn pretty hot, but they never quite
click. The women who attend the Just-Dump-Him Round Table are
like a group of old friends who welcome Tory with open arms.
Itís really nice and Barbara Streisand is a funny name for a
sweet doggy. While Toryís sister has her nice moments, she
makes Tory feel bad often. Hello doggy is a fun
story and the ending is great. I just wish there was more of a
connection between Tory and Keenan.