A Purrfect Match
When a bad day at work culminates in losing out on a promotion, Jim Sanders shifts into his animal form to let off steam. Then his bad day turns into a bad night—while prowling his Atlantic City neighborhood as a large gray house cat, he’s caught in a torrential downpour. What little luck he has... show more
When a bad day at work culminates in losing out on a promotion, Jim Sanders shifts into his animal form to let off steam. Then his bad day turns into a bad night—while prowling his Atlantic City neighborhood as a large gray house cat, he’s caught in a torrential downpour. What little luck he has washes down the gutter when his new boss, Andrew Wright, catches him taking shelter on his porch, brings him inside, and starts calling him Mr. Frosty.
As a feline, Jim becomes the inadvertent confessor for his boss’s lonely son, Tony, a victim of schoolyard bullying. As a human, he feels drawn to Andrew, a man he wanted to resent. Finding love was never part of Jim’s plan for the future—not with his bizarre secret—yet suddenly he finds himself navigating that minefield anyway. But not everything is easy, especially for an interracial gay couple dealing with prejudice in the workplace, at Tony’s school, and even within their own families.
Publish date: December 10th 2012
Publisher: Dreamspinner Press
Pages no: 236
Edition language: English
Sweet book. But holy cow! Tony was a snot sometimes with his tantrums and his uncanny habit of getting his way a lot. It sort of got irritating and I usually love kids in books. I loved seeing Jim spend time in cat form. It was awesome!
idk what to tell you, man. I really kind of rather liked it. But then the kink element got really weird and incongruous.The child on the cover is a really large-ass kid for a six year old. I mean, my lil bro was large for a six year old and he was nowhere near as big as the kid on the cover O_OAlso,...
2.5 stars Not bad, I liked the premise a lot and it was working for me. But between the:1) writing - exclamation points anyone!?!2) dialogue - forced banter, especially that last chapter.3) bratty kid - OK everyone calm down! Now on the one hand, I appreciate that a kid is portrayed normally and ...
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