The Dog That Saved Stewart Coolidge by Jim Kraus is a warm book about mistaken identity of sorts. A stray dog is branded a criminal when he takes a bone from a supermarket display, and bag boy Stewart Coolidge is sent to catch him. He isn't successful, but he runs into Lisa, who asks to interview him for the local paper. She is sure she's met a good man who shares her Christian faith - but the problem is that he doesn't. The dog shows up on the doorstep of the apartment building, and brings the two of them together.
I had a chance to review the book and I liked it. The characters are believable, awkward yet charming. The story kept me engaged, and I really rooted for the characters to get together in the end. All in all it was an enjoyable read.