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The famous “One Good Dog” follows up with this brilliant piece of literature cannot be called a sequel because it is not following the same story line. The theme and the characters are the same that we observed in the marvelous record breaking One Good Dog.
People with terrible past struggle to find peace in their future life too because the past haunt them like a demon in disguise. The way out is to indulge yourself in something positive, something like a relationship. But then after the first wrong experiment those with tragic past show reluctance towards new experimentation.
Skye Mitchell the women with worn out luck takes the job of an innkeeper in a distant place among the hills. She does that to save herself from the past that she has locked in the closet forever. The secrets are too dark to tell the little girl she has at home.
Her daughter is the sole purpose of her living but it is difficult to keep an eye on the teenagers, they are always slippery. The daughter goes into the wrong company and Skye also struggles to earn some money that can change their life style.
Out of mere coincidence fortune comes to the mother and daughter in the form of a man and a teenage boy. Adam March comes to the hotel with his dog, the man after the death of his wife is completely alone, he can use some company and Skye can use his money and help. Cody on the same night finds a boy Mingo who is in a bad condition with a dog of his own, she takes the boy with him and Adam takes care of this second dog too.
Susan Wilson builds a story strongly and that has been the element of fame that takes her stories to the pinnacle of success. Every character is given a different voice in narration so that the listener can discriminate between the gender and the age. Christina Delaine, Rick Adamson and Fred Berman narrate differently and it is very rare in the novel that all three of them talk in the same scene.