“In the Cat Café tradition Kris Bock has established, this is a really fine book. Keep up the series, please! The Cat Café characters—especially the cat characters!—are so much fun.” – author Dee Knight
After a rotten week, Holly jumps at the chance to go on a rescue mission. Dozens of cats are stranded in a remote house where the owner has died. They’ve been abandoned, and she can sympathize. But she did not agree to make the road trip with Dustin, her rival and biggest headache at the cat café where they both work.
Dustin has given up trying to get Holly to like him. Still, a long drive through a snowstorm and an overnight in a house full of cats might bring them together—or result in his violent demise. But what they find is worse than they ever imagined: no lights, no heat, the snow still coming down, and over twenty hungry, skittish cats. They’ll have to work as a team to survive and save the animals.
One thing is certain—if they make it back alive, their relationship won’t be the same.
“Loved this one as with all the Cat Cafe stories. All the people and cats have great personalities.” – Topmom52Visit the Furrever Friends Sweet Romance series page on Amazon US or Amazon UK. (For other countries click here. Sale is US/UK only.)
This title stars Merlin, the Maine coon cat readers adore, and many more cats to fall in love with. It includes the tropes two against the world, antagonist to lovers or enemies to lovers, and forced proximity.Peek:
“I suppose it only looks like a haunted house because it’s so dark out here,” Holly muttered.
The crescent moon didn’t provide much light, but at least the snow reflected enough moonlight to faintly reveal windows and show overgrown bushes against the house.
Dustin tried to imagine the house in daylight. While he was at it, he imagined a fresh coat of paint instead of the peeling surface that made the house look like it suffered from a skin disease. He could almost picture the gloomy building as a pleasant farmhouse.
But it took a lot of imagination.
“Two stories, plus probably an attic,” Holly said. “Maybe a basement. That’s a lot of room for cats to hide.”
They looked at each other. Merlin stood on his back legs, his front paws against the dashboard. His tail rose high and flicked back and forth.
Holly drew in a deep breath. “We can’t stay out here all night.”
“I highly recommend this book if you enjoy stories about pet rescue (especially cats) and sweet love stories.” romance author Gayle M. Irwin