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I enjoy reading reading well-written romance novels any time of year, but especially this time of year, when I look for holiday themed romances. I came across A Cat Café Christmas the other day. The author was not known to me, and romance novels can be hit or miss, but this one turned out to be a delightful surprise!
From the publisher:
Veterinarian and animal lover Kara Ingalls needs a Christmas miracle. Opening the Meow and Furrever Cat Café to find loving homes for adorable, adoptable cats was a dream come true—but with more cats than customers, it’s quickly turning into a nightmare. If Kara can’t figure out some way to get the café out of the red, it won’t last past the holidays.
Marketing guru Ben Reese may be annoyingly smart and frustratingly bossy, but when he hatches a plan to put the café in the “green” by Christmas, Kara realizes that she’d be a fool to turn down his help. And so what if he turns out to be an excellent problem solver and nerdy-hot—he can’t even handle fostering one little kitten. She needs to keep their relationship professional and focus on saving the cafe.
You can probably guess where this is going, but to me, that’s the beauty of romance novels: they always have a happy ending.
I thoroughly enjoyed everything about this book: the immensely likeable characters, a plot that took some unexpected turns, and, of course, the cats. Each chapter starts with a cute drawing and description of one of the feline characters in the book.
A Cat Café Christmas is the purrfect book for curling up with a cozy blanket, your favorite beverage, and a cat or two on your lap, and settle in for an extended stretch of escapist reading.
A Cat Café Christmas is available from Amazon.
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