Rating: 5/5 stars
Release Day: July 21, 2015
Edie’s an overbearing cat behaviorist who’s not big on people. Magnus is a newly-rich game developer who likes to be in control. When the two of them meet at Gretchen and Hunter’s masquerade engagement party, the loathing is mutual. Unfortunately for them—and everyone else—they’re in the wedding party together and must deal with each other for the next few months.
But when Magnus’s younger brother falls for Edie’s sister, he begs for his brother’s help in concocting a plan to win her over. If Magnus can keep the prickly Edie occupied, his brother will have time to woo Edie’s sister. Of course, Magnus isn’t interested in the slightest, but Edie is…intriguing. And stubborn. And smart. And sexy. And they might have more in common than they thought.
Before long, it becomes a challenge between the two of them to see who will be tamed first. But how’s Edie going to react when she finds out that Magnus is using her? And how’s Magnus going to handle the fact that he’s fallen for a cat lady?
|I swear if Bianka ends up with her own book before Daphne I will punch something. I don't like her, not even a little. She had a couple of small parts of the book told from her point if view and they just proved how bad she really is. I wonder if Levi will get a book and I hope that Asher will be the one who will get a book after Sebastian. We didn't see the other groomsmen and bridesmaids a lot, but I think that we are going to meet them in the following books.|
Why did Magnus have to be a hot, romantic computer geek? That's bad for all the other computer geeks that aren't like him. As it's obvious from the blurb, it's Magnus the one who will have to earn our and Eddie's forgiveness. His way of persuading us was very sweet and heart melting. I don't know if there is an app or something like that in reality and if there isn't someone should make one.
While I was reading the book, I thought that Jessica Clare and Jennifer Probst should combine their writing skills and write a book that will encourage the readers to visit animal shelters.
Truthfully, I don't know how anyone could live with 9 cats in a house. They are too many on my opinion. At least Eddie and Magnus's house are big enough and the poor animals won't feel trapped and overcrowded. I think I have the wrong impression for the cat ladies and Eddie helped me to overcome a few the images of Cat ladies I had in my mind. It's great to see Gretchen and Hunter again, especially since Hunter is the most reclusive.
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She also has a third pen name (because why stop at two?). As Jessica Sims, she writes fun, sexy shifter paranormals. She lives in Texas with her husband, cats, and too many dust-bunnies. Jill spends her time writing, reading, writing, playing video games, and doing even more writing.
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