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  • Title: Kitty Wishes
  • Author: Dahlia DeWinters
  • ISBN: -
  • Page: 312
  • Format: None
  • Curses, spells, fairy tales thanks Sakaria Thorpe prefers the reality of running a caf over the nonsense of make believe But is it really make believe When she finds herself cursed to be a shapeshifting cat, she becomes a believer Good thing she s able to fit shapeshifting into her schedule Life s fine until she discovers she will be cursed to be a cat forever ifCurses, spells, fairy tales thanks Sakaria Thorpe prefers the reality of running a caf over the nonsense of make believe But is it really make believe When she finds herself cursed to be a shapeshifting cat, she becomes a believer Good thing she s able to fit shapeshifting into her schedule Life s fine until she discovers she will be cursed to be a cat forever if she doesn t find a man to break the spell by midnight on Halloween.Desmond Fields sticks to routines and cold hard facts He falls for the beautiful but quirky Sakaria the minute he sees her behind the counter.Now Sakaria must convince Des of the improbable, that the woman he s falling for needs him to recognize her inner feline in order to break the spell Time s running out and Sakaria is getting desperatewill true love save the day
    Kitty Wishes Curses spells fairy tales thanks Sakaria Thorpe prefers the reality of running a caf over the nonsense of make believe But is it really make believe When she finds herself cursed to be a shapeshifti

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    1. Purring ly Fantastic Wow, I loved it I wanted this story to last forever I literally couldn t put this book down and couldn t turn the pages fast enough The writing is superb and smooth as it makes you feel like you are one with the characters The connection between Sakaria Kitty Cat and Desmond human is so sweet and the erotic scenes are steaming hot.I loved how the plot started where Sakaria receives a letter from a one time date that curses her to be a cat and then from page 31 it describes h [...]

    2. This was an enjoyable read All the characters were three dimentional including the side characters I did get a little miffed with Sakaria for not dealling with being cursed in a active manner but thankfully thats what friends are for Julia, you rock It wasn t that I didn t understand her actions it s just that there were things that needed to be addressed and time was not on her side Desmond was a great character, a regular guy with a heart of gold, not some overbearing alpha male jerk.

    3. This was a surprisingly funny and furtastic read Sakaria is just an ordinary caf owner until a bad date gone wrong, curses her to transform into a cat If she doesn t get the curse lifted before Halloween, she d remain a cat forever Trying to get used to her double life as a caf owner by day and and roaming the streets as a cat by night, she s had to make some pretty big adjustments But the problem is that she s starting to enjoy her second life as a cat That is until she meets Desmond, and the a [...]

    4. 2.5 stars.Eh This was a quick, insubstantial little read Not bad but like I said insubstantial The main character, Sakaria, is cursed by a guy she spurns to turn into a cat until she someone falls in love and knows the true her There is a time limit If she doesn t find someone by Halloween, he curse will be permanent The reasons for the curse and the spurned ex lover are played for comedy but the book itself doesn t feel very comic Sakaria learns how to control her shifting from cat to human and [...]

    5. Full review thetbrpile.weebly 1 post 2I loved all the characters even the secondary, mostly because the author didn t go with the typical stereo type Each character was three dimensional Sakaria for instance was far from the stereo typical African American Heroine Despite her being a successful business woman, she is such a procrastinator and though she occasionally shows some attitude it s only when provoked Desmond Fields is far from the normal leading man, he is attractive but it s in the nor [...]

    6. I loved all the characters even the secondary, mostly because the author didn t go with the typical stereo type Each character was three dimensional Sakaria for instance was far from the stereo typical African American Heroine Despite her being a successful business woman, she is such a procrastinator and though she occasionally shows some attitude it s only when provoked Desmond Fields is far from the normal leading man, he is attractive but it s in the normal average guy way and he works at ho [...]

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