Oh my goodness, isn’t Doug the cutest little pug. I honestly could just give him a big squishy cuddle and what a clever little character he is.
Pug Actually is told from Doug’s point of view, his owner Julie is in a relationship with a married man called Luke who’s also her boss and Doug really doesn’t like him. Julies Dad and her best friend both try to get Julie to see what a big mistake she’s making with no luck so Doug makes his mission to set Julie up, the only problem is the man in mind Tom, well he’s a V-E-T.
Julie to start with really irritated me, she’s so gullible and naive and I just want to tell her to open her eyes, I also felt so sorry for her because she thinks she’s in love and her head is being filled with so many lies and she’s at that stage in her life where she’s scared she’s going to end up lonely.
Doug on the other hand I loved from beginning to end. It might sound strange that a dog is the narrator of this book but it works so well and he’s a funny little chap. Honestly he will go straight to your heart.
Pug Actually is such a fun read, it’s quirky, unique and I just loved it. It’s a story that you pick up and just don’t want to put down. It’s a book the is guaranteed to cheer you up and I just loved it and will definitely be highly recommending it.
Many thanks to the publishers for my review copy, all opinions are my own.