A Cat's Tale

A Cat's Tale is fun and exciting to read. I was caught up in the fascinating, truly original storyline, drama, action, and suspense. There was never a dull moment to be had. I was eagerly hanging on trying to find out what would happen next. I liked the sexual tension, chemistry between Jared and Josephine. Jared was an Alpha in hiding pretending to be an omega werewolf. The steamy scenes were hot. The story was great, and characters' dialogues were very good. The story was well paced, and the setting was realistic. I felt that I was in the cell with Jared and Josie. I felt that I was at Evangeline's evening party with Jared.

I finished the story in one sitting. Josephine betrayed Jared twice. Can a werewolf and a werecat work together? I wondered if he would forgive her. I wanted to see how Jared Kohl, alpha werewolf, and Josephine "Josie" Young, Siamese werecat, survived their imprisonment.


Book Blurb for A Cat's Tale

Alpha werewolf, Jared Kohl, wakes up in a vampire’s dungeon, swearing revenge upon the wily Siamese werecat who lured him there with her sultry lips and the sweetest tail. To escape his undead captor, all he has to do is seduce the skittish puss and show her that trust is often a hot and hard lesson to learn.

Enslaved feline shifter, Josephine Young, has learned the hard way not to believe in anything or anyone—not men, not love, and certainly not the blood-sucking mistress who tossed her into the cage with the hungry beast she’d betrayed. But Josephine does what she must to survive, including tempting the dominant werewolf to give her more than promises.

Imprisoned for their blood, Jared and Josephine fight for survival and discover a passion that neither can walk away from. Can these two predators survive long enough to prove that cats and dogs can be more than enemies?

Night Owl Reviews Jun, 2015 4.50