Here Kitty, Kitty

Here Kitty, Kitty

eBook - 2007
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Nikolai Vorislav likes his single life just as it is. Simple, relaxing and quiet. What he doesn't need is some foul-mouthed Texan hellcat living in his house, eating his food, flirting with his idiot brothers and shooting holes in his home with his granddaddy's gun. But those long legs, dark eyes and lethal tongue are making Nik insane and he fears he may be caught in the sexiest animal trap ever. Angelina Santiago doesn't know how she got from Texas to North Carolina in a night or how she ended up in some hillbilly tiger's house wearing only a sheet. What she does know is that she doesn't like good ol' boys with slow, sexy drawls who can't seem to stop rubbing up against her. Yet in order to protect her friends, Angie has to stay with a cat who seems hellbent on finding all sorts of delicious ways to make her purr.
Publisher: Macon, Ga. : Samhain Publishing, 2007
ISBN: 9781599985213
Branch Call Number: eBook
Characteristics: 1 online resource
Additional Contributors: OverDrive, Inc


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May 06, 2016

13/4 - My GOODNESS that woman swears a lot! I'm used to the F word when it's used as another word for sex, but she (Angelina, main character) is so fond of it that it's in almost every other sentence she utters, especially when she's angry, or even just slightly annoyed. I'm not really complaining, just commenting on the fact. While Angelina's swearing up a storm she's pretty damn funny. Some of her responses to Nik and his crazy, unfreakoutable family have had me snorting and LOLing all the way through.

I'm pretty excited about this review because it's the first to be entered into my new review journal - candy pink faux suede with a pink ribbon bookmark (I write my thoughts/review drafts down on paper before I edit and transcribe them to my online blogs, this makes it easier to get my thoughts out while reading in bed). And now I'm off to bed to read and review some more. To be continued...

14/4 - After reading a few of Laurenston's Magnus Pack series and around the same number of Leigh's Breeds series over the past few weeks I've found that Laurenston is the superior storyteller when it comes to people turning into animals. Laurenston's books have a more varied storyline compared to Leigh's (see my Aiden's Charity review for further details). I do think the women in Laurenston's series are a whole lotta crazy, sometimes unbelievably so, but at least they're funny. Whereas Leigh's women spend most of the first half of their book fighting the need to mate with the hero, despite, what sounds to me like childbirth-like pain (no children for me, but I've had period pains like you wouldn't believe and I can tell you, feeling sexy is the last thing on my mind, way below throwing up and taking enough drugs to knock me out until 'that time of the month' is over). In the end what it comes down to is, if given a choice I'd choose Laurenston over Leigh. In fact, my next choice is Pack Challenge over a number of originally enticing Leigh books that have lost some of their shine since I borrowed them.

Monikan21 Oct 27, 2014

Book 3 of Magnus Pack, preceded by Go Fetch. Cute story of Angelina Santiago, a human with a taste for fashion and bad language and agression, and Nickolai, a shapeshifter - Siberian tiger.

Nov 07, 2010

this woman has a wonderful sense of humour - she has me laughing out loud
-note: sex and language may not be suitable for all readers

Oct 28, 2010

Fun book but does have some swearing but it fits the character:).


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