Who Chains You Books is proud to announce our first overseas book!
And odds are good this sweet book, written from the dog’s perspective, will have you laughing and crying like it did us.
Ouzo the Greek:
A Year in the Life of a Greek Rescue Dog
by Lisa Edwards
After being hit by a car and left for dead on the streets of Greece, I was rescued by my heroine and first love, Ermioni. With broken bones and open wounds so severe my flesh was beginning to rot, the only option was to amputate my leg.
Ermioni nursed me back to health and I lived for a time at the Diasozo Animal Rescue shelter. However, I was becoming depressed, as the healthier dogs were pushing me out of the way when there was food to be had.
My guardian angel continued to look out for me and share my story on social media all around the world, until one day I found my very own Mama and Papa, in little old England.
And this is where my story begins.
You can pick up your copies in paperback and kindle in most Amazon stores the world over. Here are the links to the U.S. and UK markets.
U.S. Paperback: https://www.amazon.com/dp/1946044466
U.S. Kindle: https://www.amazon.com/dp/B07PJWF4T4
Amazon.uk Kindle: https://www.amazon.co.uk/Ouzo-Greek-Year-Life-Rescue-ebook/dp/B07PJWF4T4/
See photos of Ouzo as rescuers helped him in Greece:
About the Author
Lisa Edwards lives in a quiet village in West Sussex, England. With their children grown, Lisa and her husband Michael decided the time had come to search for a new family dog. Having rescued pets in the past, there was no hesitation in deciding to ‘adopt’ rather than ‘shop’. Enter Ouzo the Greek, who joined Mrs. D, aka That Darned Cat, and more recently Mr. Moussaka. These three misfit second-hand pets completely changed Lisa’s life.
Lisa spent over a decade working as an Executive Assistant in secondary education, but gave it all up to start a new career, where she is now employed at an animal rescue organisation. She hopes to make a difference to those still looking for their forever home, as well as write about animals and animal causes on a freelance basis.
As for Ouzo, well Lisa and Michael didn’t just rescue a dog, they inadvertently stumbled across their best friend.