Cat Lady: The hot, must-read Richard & Judy Book Club novel for summer 2023 from the Sunday Times bestselling author

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Cat Lady: The hot, must-read Richard & Judy Book Club novel for summer 2023 from the Sunday Times bestselling author

Cat Lady: The hot, must-read Richard & Judy Book Club novel for summer 2023 from the Sunday Times bestselling author

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She sleeps in a separate room from her husband and pencils in sex several times a week - she won't sleep with him because he doesn't want animals in their bed after a strange occurrence. Funny, original and incredibly entertaining – the perfect Christmas book for the cat ladies in your life! To calculate the overall star rating and percentage breakdown by star, we don’t use a simple average.

The moral of the story is, no one's life is perfect, which is told in both a humourous and poignant way. This is another of those books about quirky oddballs finding their place in the world that have been super popular in womens’ fiction in recent years.But I did, in one night because I got glued to it and it was such a relaxing read and there were various topics I could relate to. However, I thought it was quite problematic that she attends groups that are about particular things that she does not suffer from. I think the only thing stopping this getting one star is that I flipping love cats and would absolutely lay down my life for mine - I am cat lady, so those segments where she just loves Pigeon so much got their hooks in me hard. Tristan, her husband is irritating and very annoying and her high powered boss is ignorant and selfish but someone who also lives a life different to their inner feelings. She lives with her husband but his ex is there constantly so she’s seemingly constantly belittled by her.

Her only mainstay her beloved cat Pigeon (the absolute star of this book) It’s quirky,it’s cringy,it’s sad,it’s amusing,it’s over the top situations. I've found with other Dawn O'Porter novels that her characters aren't fleshed out very well and it's still the case in this novel. I have to say I didn’t particularly like any of the characters – so I wasn’t Team Mia – but equally wasn’t Team Anyone Else. The ending was very sweet but could only really have occurred with some kind of divine intervention! Mia, the career woman: Determined to bring Isabella May jewellery to the big leagues, Mia doesn't put up with any nonsense at work - even if it's coming from her boss, a rich millennial.It was hilarious and made me laugh out loud, it made me angry, it made me sad, it made me cry and made me feel happy.

This is a mature top range rom-com, where the "rom" is on the the periphery and the "com" is what this is all about. Cat lovers will rejoice in this tale of a woman who simply cannot, and maybe doesn’t want to, be tamed’ HEAT --This text refers to the hardcover edition. I like Dawn O’Porter on Instagram, she’s fun, witty, and has incredible fashion sense but that charisma just does not in any way translate to her novel (I’ve only read this one). This is a book that tries humour but its not a funny book because there is too much tragedy behind it. I’ll admit I initially found the quips about being a ‘cat lady’ and her intense pet relationship a bit odd, but once her back story starts to be told I completely understood the premise and the MC far better.She has made thirteen documentaries about all sorts of things, including polygamy, childbirth, geishas, body image, breast cancer and even the movie DIRTY DANCING. I am not an expert in anything, but just a person with access to the internet who is trying to learn and make sense of the world!



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