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Yesterday, I was browsing my TBR list and I opened Cattitude. As soon as I began reading, I was hooked. I had found another unusual and well-written book - a rare gem! It is populated with characters I came to care about, most especially the cat, Belle, and the little, lonely neighbor girl, Gwen. I found myself chuckling at the way Belle viewed the world after the horrible accident that should have killed her. I love cats, their warts and all, and it is so easy to see that the author is a kindred spirit because her understanding of cats and their behaviors is just so evident in the writing of this tale. This is such an engaging, easy read that time just seemed to fly by as I was engrossed with my nose in the story. And yet, there is substance to the novel, as well. There are enough characters and sub-plots that I never got bored or lost interest, not even for a minute. The characters made choices throughout based on their world view and personal priorities. There were many interesting personalities on stage at various times and the author juggled everything flawlessly. This is such a "feel good" story that I am still grinning. Ms. Ramer is at the top of my favorite authors list and I wish her much continued success with her future endeavors and I sincerely hope she endeavors to write more of these amusing, engaging and well-edited books.
Characters - I felt that the character development was a bit thin. We get thrust into the story and learn about the characters but I felt that there could have been more development of the characters during the story, especially Belle. There were a lot of leaps and jumps that Belle made during the story that didn't feel natural and I would have liked to have seen a little more time spent on her and the things she did. There seemed like a number of spots in the book where the character did this but there was no backstory and it felt a little odd. I do feel that the author really did capture the spirit of Belle very well and that would be just how I would see a cat as a human!
Plot - It's a paranormal book and we need to suspend belief for this plot. I think that is half of the fun. The plot seemed to travel along at just the right pace with action and suspense. Where the plot went during the story made total sense. It was a fun book and fun to get lost in the story on a rainy day. There was some romance but no explicit sex, violence or bad language in this book.
Definitely a chick-lit book and truly a lot of fun! I think this book would be good for young adult and adult readers. I am looking forward to future books from this author. She really made this book a lot of fun to read!
Max, the hero of the story, is used to taking care of everyone. That includes Caroline, the widow of a cousin who died under questionable circumstances. Caroline is determined to get rid of Bella, who she sees as the only thing between her and Max's fortune. When she tosses Bella at a speeding car, she thinks her work is done. But instead of dying, Bella switches bodies with the woman inside, a psychic whose gifts have brought her nothing but heartache.
Belle's adventures as a human are nothing short of hilarious as she adjusts to life without fur or claws, and discovers joys like baths, ice cream, and being able to get her own tuna whenever she wants. She learns language and human culture from watching TV, a continual source of laughs. The scene where Max takes Belle to dinner at a fine restaurant with his overbearing mother had me literally laughing out loud, and is on par with the French restaurant scene in The Blues Brothers.
Belle also discovers that being cuddled by Max feels very different as a human, and struggles with emotions she doesn't understand as she gradually learns to accept her human ability to love.
Sorcha's adventures as a cat unfold throughout the story, as she and Belle search for each other, convinced they need to get back into their rightful bodies. Sorcha develops a friendship with a lonely neighborhood girl that's heartwarming without being syrupy sweet, and had me choked up in a few places. The suspense kept me interested as well.
If you are a cat lover, or just enjoy a satisfying romance with LOL humor, don't miss this one!
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Belle was happy. What cat wouldn't be when she had a man like Max to fill her every need?Read more
Can't go wrong with that!