|Checking in to the Velvet Glove, Dan begins to realize that the puppy he is to help may not be a puppy after all but a man. Will he be able to take such a big problem on? Can he help this man? Or is he way out of his league? Tyg has been beaten and left by his previous master and has become very antisocial and downright mean. The men at the Velvet Glove want to help him but they have so many more puppies to care for, Tyg will not get the special care that he needs. They think that they may have found the man that can help Tyg, if only Dan will give him a chance. Can Dan help rehabilitate Tyg and just maybe form a bond between them?
Puppy Love is an intriguing story. I have never read a story like this one that takes the reader in at such depth into the actually puppy play. This is a special place where men/puppies are kept and treated as special companions. The love shines through in all that goes on in this hotel. The puppies are happy and well cared for and we see special bonds formed. I loved Dan and the way that he cares for Tyg. Dan sees the wonder of the man that Tyg is and opens his heart to him. Tyg is a good man but the years of abuse and cruelty have done its damage. He longs to be loved but fears that he will loose it. I enjoyed watching their bond form and seeing the trust begin to blossom into so much more between them. The love between Dan and Tyg is a wonderful read and there is no doubt about that love when Tyg’s past owner shows up. This story was fast paced with characters full of emotion and depth. I would love to return to the Velvet Glove to see what other bonds are formed there.