Vets in Love

  • Title: Vets in Love
  • Author: Cathy Woodman
  • ISBN: 9780099570943
  • Page: 247
  • Format: Paperback
  • Vets in Love There s a new vet at Talyton St George s large animal practice and he s causing than one heart to flutter A wonderful warm and romantic Christmas tale from the bestselling author of Trust me I m a V
    There s a new vet at Talyton St George s large animal practice, and he s causing than one heart to flutter A wonderful warm and romantic Christmas tale from the bestselling author of Trust me, I m a Vet.

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      Published :2019-06-16T06:43:28+00:00

    About Cathy Woodman


    1. I began my working life as a small animal vet Like turning the pages in a book, I was never quite sure what was going to happen at the surgery next From the sausage dog who swallowed a sewing needle to the telly addict of a rabbit who lost an eye to infection, there was never a dull moment.I have always loved to read, escaping into all kinds of novels during those long nights on call, but I didn t have much time to pursue writing until after my children were born and I gave up full time work to look after them I joined a creative writing group and entered all the writing competitions I could find.My break into becoming a published author came in 2002 when I was joint winner of the Harry Bowling First Novel Award At the award ceremony, I met Laura Longrigg of MBA Literary Agents who signed me up on delivery of a finished manuscript.In April 2003, Laura rang to say that Headline were offering me a two book deal I had to dial 1471 to check she really had called me and I wasn t dreaming.My first novel, Under The Bonnet, was published in November 2004 My second, Our House, was published in 2005, the third, Family Matters in 2006, and the fourth, The Boy Next Door in 2007.Since then, I ve been working on an exciting new project, a series of novels about The Otter House Vets, a fictional practice set in a quiet Devonshire market town Trust Me, I m a Vet, which will be published in paperback by Arrow Books in April 2010, closely followed by the second book in September 2010.Since I last updated my website, my menagerie of animals has grown, much to my family s delight We now share our lives with two cats, three mad Border Terriers, two ponies and two pet rats which we found abandoned to starve in a cage in the woods nearby You should have heard my husband s sigh of resignation when I told him we were bringing them home


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    1. I found this book a nice light read but very enjoyable with lots of ups & downs in everyday life. What happens when the village GP and local vet get together !!!!! Well the road is anything but smooth for them, only reason I didn't give 5 stars was the story was a little bit predictable but read this book you won't be disappointed x

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    2. Cathy Woodman’s Talyton St George series is one of my favourite book series! Mostly because it features lots, and lots of animals and I just don’t think you can go wrong with books that feature animals. You already have my approval. There are 8 novels in the series so far (well, there will be when book 8 is released in April), as well as a digital novella and I have to be honest, I was suprised to discover that fact! I truly wasn’t aware there were already 8 novels. I had read the first 5, [...]

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    3. This is really more of a "doctors and horses" book, rather than "vets and dogs", and at first I didn't think the changeup was going to work for me, but it does. Things get rolling a little more normally once Matt becomes a bigger character, and the additions of Cheska, her kids and family issues helps a lot. I also particularly like the Dark Star storyline, more than that of Willow. Another good read!

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    4. This was a quick and easy read with an utterly predictable plot and plenty of romance. Boy meets girl, they get together, there are issues and problems, they break up, realise they can't live without each other and work everything out.For good measure, there are horses, dogs and children thrown in, with a sizable dollop of slush at the end.

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    5. The title is slightly misleading as it's more about a doctor than 2 vets. It was a nice predictable romantic story. However unless you really like horses I would give this book a miss as over half the book is about the doctor riding her horse.

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    6. Light-hearted romance read.I have never read anything by Cathy Woodman before so I felt pleasantly surprised with how the story played out. It wasn’t until I had read the book that I realised it was part of a series, though I think most can be read as stand alone books like this one. I liked the author’s light style of writing with how she creates her story.The title may be a little misleading, as only one of the leads is a vet, Matt, with the other being a doctor, Nicci, but the romance def [...]

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    7. Prior to reading this book, I will admit that I had certain pre-concieved ideas about this book mainly due to the title and the cover. The title ‘Vets In Love’ and the slightly twee cover gave me the immediate impression that this would be a light-hearted read with average characters and an extremely predictable plot. I am a big fan of the ‘chick-lit’ genre but there is a fine line between a light-hearted read with fantastic characters and an unexpected plot line and a dull light-hearted [...]

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    8. I’ve always enjoyed the Talyton St George series by Cathy Woodman (reviews here) so I couldn’t resist buying this one!In no time at all I was drawn in by the warm characters and rural setting. The blossoming romance was the main feature of the story but it was surrounded by the fascinating day-to-day lives of a village GP and vet. The medical scenes were written convincingly and in such a way that I felt like I was taking part too! This was something that I particularly enjoyed.Cathy’s rel [...]

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    9. “Vets in Love”is the 6th book in the Talyton St George series.Not only is Nicci is the local GP but she is a keen horsewoman and along with her horse Willow has ambitions to qualify for the Badminton Horse Trials. Being a hardworking GP with a long list of demanding patients and equally demanding family there is little time in Nicci's life for a man, let alone a man that comes with an ex-girlfriend who will not let go of her former love, Matt without a fight.Once again we meet characters fro [...]

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    10. read this on a whim after spotting it in the second hand books at church, even though I really didn't need another book with a large TBR pile already, but I'd not read a Cathy Woodman before so I thought why notEnjoyed it enough to be happy to read the rest of the Talyton St George books if I came across them. Though Vets in Love seemed an odd title since the book was mainly about the doctor and her vet boyfriend. Yes there was another vet in it who was a necessary character for the storyline, b [...]

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    11. I was bored from the first page of this book but I am a completest and very rarely will I be unwilling to finish a book. This was no exception. I kept trudging through, hoping with every turned page that SOMETHING would surprise me and make it worth the work. It wasn't. I almost gave up a few times but I was sitting next to my bf on the train and every time I wanted to he encouraged me to keep trying. When I finally did make it through the end was an even bigger let down than I thought possible. [...]

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    12. I liked this book in the Talyton St George series; this time is about Nicci, the new GP and Matt, one of the Vets at the Equestrian Hospital.As usual, the path of true love doesn't flow easily. There's Cheska, Nicci's sister and her 2 children Sage and Gabriel; Willow the horse and then there's Cheska's longstanding problem with her Mother.Will Nicci and Matt love happily ever after? I really like the series and will read the rest of the books in the series however a small negative is that they [...]

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    13. It took me over a month to finish this I enjoyed the first 100 odd pages and then it all went downhill. The characters are all horribly annoying - the bipolar sister, nagging niece and nephew, the horrid patients The list goes on. I didn't like anyone in the book. I was also disappointed that the entire book was equestrian based. Yes, the blurb mentioned horses but the cover has 2 cats and a dog on it - there isn't a single cat in the book. And "vets" in love - there is one vet in the book. Just [...]

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    14. Each book in the Talyton St George series can be read as a standalone novel, but I would certainly recommend reading them all in order as you will get to know the characters and their stories. This is the sixth book and I really enjoyed it. I am a big fan of Cathy Woodman's books, she has a lovely style of writing that is like being wrapped in a big warm hug. I loved the story and I did really feel for Nicci at times. I enjoyed reading about the horses side of the book as I used to ride and this [...]

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    15. I keep visiting Talyton St George, and it never changes! It's like visiting home after time away! There are always stories to be told, new visitors or residents to meet and the welcome never wavers.I liked the the little aknowledgments & updates to the original characters from the series, and you know they'll never be far away!

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    16. Another great read from Cathy, great to hear about new characters and have some of the old ones popping up. I particularly liked Sage and Gabriel, what cute characters and Sage gave some great one liners!

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    17. Oh to be in Devon and to fall in love with the person you would least expect, Such an uplifting story, easy to read, but not so easy to put down - Love Cathy Woodman, Love Devon and cannot wait for more stories!

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    18. I really enjoyed this book before I started reading I scrolled through some of the reviews and wasn't sure I would like it, however I throughly enjoyed reading although there were parts that were slightly annoying but I am glad it worked out in the end

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    19. Very enjoyable - my first Cathy Woodman novel - but certainly not my last

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    20. Lovely read with new & old characters :)

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    22. Another lovely book by cathy woodman, enjoyed it that much I finished it in less than 24 hours

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    23. More of the same. Light reading of the same characters. Great if you like them - annoying if you don't, a bit like an episode of a sitcom

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    24. Good main characters and an easy read

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