Luna, the dog who should be an internet sensation but isn’t, has learned her heritage! It only took us about three and a half years to buy a DNA test kit and send it in. Then began the long 3 weeks or so of waiting for the results to be reported. Now, whenever anyone asks us what breed she is, we have an answer…
She’s pretty much a mutt! There’s a bit of German Shepherd, some Labrador Retriever, a smattering of Rottweiler, husky (no mystery there), Samoyed, and (strangely) Chow.
Chow? She looks absolutely nothing like a Chow.
Appearances can be deceiving, apparently.
Just like you can’t judge a book by it’s cover.
See what I did there? Nice segue, don’t you think?
In this case, though, the cover adequately represented what was inside the book, so I could, indeed, judge a book by it’s cover. (I do this frequently. I’m not ashamed to admit it.)
As I mentioned in my previous post, this was another Susan Elizabeth Phillips book. Don’t worry. There won’t be too many more. I’m running out of what our library has to offer by this author. First Star I See Tonight was finish #9 for 2017. It was a delightful tale involving a female PI, a Super Bowl hero (fitting for the month of February, what with the Super Bowl being played earlier this month), a Middle Eastern prince, an old lady who thinks her dead husband is still alive, and a few other interesting characters.