Suffering from writer's block for her new comic book series, Eliza struggles to balance the demands of her mother and her editor, both of whom phone frequently, trying to figure out what's wrong with Eliza. The sad thing is Eliza knows what's wrong: she's lonely. Ever since her girlfriend walked out, Eliza's been whiling away her evenings in the company of Netflix and cheap red wine.
But when a little orange cat comes into her life, things start looking up for Eliza. She's no longer so lonely, and she has conversations with the cat, who actually seems to understand her. And when she learns that the little orange cat is more than she seems, Eliza's wildest dreams are about to come true...if they can beat the terrible organization that threatens their happiness.
©2016 Olivia Myers (P)2016 Olivia Myers
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This was a very enjoyable short story of urban fantasy. It mainly had catshifers also introduced other animal shape shifters at the end. The whole story was charming with a small part of true lesbian erotic that also was nicely written. I truly enjoyed this.
This book was terrible and not believable at all. The book claims to be a lesbian romance but is more of a bisexual romance with a woman romance at the end. I thought there was potential but this book was a waste of my listening.
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