Here’s what Booklist Online had to say about Tails of Love:

“Romantic love meets a passion for animals in this charming collection of stories by 10 outstanding romance writers … a delightfully satisfying celebration of the mutually beneficial bond between humans and other animals.”

Here’s the full review:

Romantic love meets a passion for animals in this charming collection of stories by 10 outstanding romance writers. From the kindhearted former “NFL player turned four-star restaurateur who feeds a half-starved stray dog his specialty pate to the Houdini-like petting zoo pygmy goat who escapes when a neighboring construction company damages fences, animals bring joy, laughter, plenty of aggravation, and succor to bumbling humans attempting to find true love. The stray reunites Adam with the no-kill Rescue Me shelter vet Dr. Claire Mendelsohn, his college sweetheart. A zookeeper’s steamy attraction to a construction worker in “Norah’s Arc” by Kate Angell leads to happy pairings for animals and humans. In Donna McMeans’ “Lord Hairy,” set in late-nineteenth-century Yorkshire, a reported hellhound in the forest meets heavy-set, food-loving Hannah and leads her to the viscount’s dance, where romance flames. With Foster and Cameron headlining and other contributors including Dianne Castell and Sue-Ellen Welfonder, the result is a delightfully satisfying celebration of the mutually beneficial bond between humans and other animals.”

— Whitney Scott