Published by Forever on October 4, 2022
I received this book for free in exchange for an honest review. This does not affect my opinion of the book or the content of my review.
About A Cat Cafe Christmas
What happens when two people, still hurting from very bad breakups, have a meet disaster but can’t deny the insta attraction?
Kara is a vet and co-owner of Meow and Furever, a cat cafe. Her awful ex used her to steal money from the non-profit where she worked. So she broke up, got fired, and got slammed in the media. Now she’s trying to find get Meow and Furever up and running so she can find forever homes for cats and offer a low cost vet clinic.
Ben is a marketing genius who just moved across the country to escape the hurt of his breakup. His fiancee left him …for his brother. Now he’s renovating his new house and trying to help out local businesses like the new cat cafe down the street. Also? He’s not a cat person.
After their meet-disaster, Ben is forced to grovel when he finds a stray kitten in his house. And the two can’t deny their attraction.
My thoughts about A Cat Cafe Christmas
This is a sweet holiday romcom where two people with deep hurts from previous relationships are brought together by a kitten and the feelings they can’t deny.
Perfect Hallmark holiday movie and cat lovers, this is fast-paced and a quick read. There’s sweet kissing and fade to black intimate moments coupled with lots of talking about feelings. You get to see both leads in their element with professional successes. And you see them vulnerable and hurting.
Each chapter starts off with a description of a cafe cat and it’s so sweet!
What you get:
- Opposites attract
- Meet disaster
- Dual POV
- SO MANY CUTE CATS
- Cat puns!
- Curvy/hefty MCs
- Neurodivergent rep
- Diversity – Black, Jewish
- Great friends
- Small town/small biz
- Competence porn
After reading A CAT CAFE CHRISTMAS, I’m ready to track down a cat cafe and visit – it sounds fantastic!
Thank you, Forever for the DRC!
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Love the review and interesting book!!!