First off I will say that the MC seemed to be a straightforward and proper goody goody guy. I really liked his relationship with and reading about his dogs Bull and Dozer. However that was about the only thing that made the character interesting.
Overall, this book was a bit boring for me mostly because of the following points:
1. The pacing was slow filled with detailed and somewhat repetitive descriptions of the MC's mundane daily routines. Also he is a bit weight conscious and seems to pay a lot of attention to how people physically look, which is described especially when it comes to the female characters. 2. The female characters are mostly all either old ladies or super hot women (and one not so hot woman) who affect "Mr. Wriggly" (pet name for MC's private part) and all of them are attracted to the MC and are basically just prop pieces in the background to fill their purpose of swooning/flirting with the hero and the hero keeps on about how attractive they are and how they make *Mr. Wriggly" wriggle. Ew. 3. All other characters are very one dimensional, I know this is a light hearted book supposed to be funny but really there is nothing light hearted or funny about how boringly shallow everyone is. Neither the dialogues are good. 4. There wasn't much in terms of story, no twists and no surprises, pretty much a predictable book. Ending was also pretty meh.
So apart from the bit about the dogs nothing else stands out for me, I mostly just skim read the book after a point as it wasn't that interesting. Its 1 star but added star for the dogs.