This story is awesome. I love the unconventional family that Willa has put together. It only proves that blood does not always make a family. And, that wonderful family offers support, humor and caring throughout the book. They are also very nosey and this will cause some humorous moments. The main characters, Willa and Keane are not perfect but they are perfect for each other. This is a sweet romance that isn’t overly sweet. It’s lighthearted and very easy to read. I found myself not wanting to put this book down. The characters and the situations are such that you will want to read about them over and over which is great as this is a series. (All the books stand alone so just pick this one up!) Oh, and this is also a second chance at love, kind of. Willa and Keane went to the same high school where Keane broke Willa’s heart. Only Keane doesn’t remember but will Willa forgive?
Willa has made a life for herself owning a pet store. This isn’t bad for a child from the foster care system. She even helps other young women trying to work themselves into self-sufficiency. A knock at her business door brings back memories she would love to forget. Keane is watching a cat from Hell for his great-aunt. He’s hoping that the pet store will watch this cat while he works. But, the owner seems to not life him. How can that be? He doesn’t ever remember meeting this beautiful woman!
If she has her way . . .
Willa Davis is wrangling puppies when Keane Winters stalks into her pet shop with frustration in his chocolate-brown eyes and a pink bedazzled cat carrier in his hand. He needs a kitty sitter, stat. But the last thing Willa needs is to rescue a guy who doesn’t even remember her . . .
He’ll get nothing but coal in his stocking.
Saddled with his great-aunt’s Feline from Hell, Keane is desperate to leave her in someone else’s capable hands. But in spite of the fact that he’s sure he’s never seen the drop-dead-gorgeous pet shop owner before, she seems to be mad at him . . .
Unless he tempers “naughty” with a special kind of nice . . .
Willa can’t deny that Keane’s changed since high school: he’s less arrogant, for one thing—but he doesn’t even remember her. How can she trust him not to break her heart again? It’s time to throw a coin in the fountain, make a Christmas wish—and let the mistletoe do its work . . .