The Cat's Meow. Lord Byron thought he was a scream; the fashionable matrons tittered behind their fans at a glimpse of his hard form, and nobody knew where he came from. His startling eyes-one gold, one blue-promised a wicked passion, and his voice almost seemed to purr. There was only one thing a woman thought of when looking at a man like that. Sex. And there was only one woman he seemed to want. Lilac. In her wildest dreams she never guessed that bringing a stray cat into her home would soon have her stroking the most wanted man in 1811 London...Rejar.
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Amazing ,wonderful, wild
The story line was very creative an original
I enjoyed it from the first page to the last.
If you don't read or listen to this book you are missing out!
I'd rather listen than read!!!! This is my joy!!!
I would suggest this book more so than the first book in this series. Although there were times when I wish the plot would pick up.
I loved the sarcastic comedy and the character Rejar.
When Rejar appears as a cat.
It's a great feeling to think that I can be a friend to so many characters through books thanks to an Author's imagination and our freedom
Fun listen. laugh out loud situations. Creative alternate universe, great romance with some some steam. . I was glad I purchased this book in audio. I waited a long time for the author to write more than this trilogy. But it never happened. I always wondered why and then somone who made comments here enlightened me. I hope she will write more. I all ready purchased the second book. The third I will get for my collection in " night of a trillion stars". I think they stand alone as individual stories. So I never minded reading or listning to them out of order.
I really enjoy these books by, Dara Joy. However, the reader needs to look up proper pronunciation of words used often but must be foreign to her...especially the word "lithe". It has a long 'i' sound, not a short 'i' sound. Drove me nuts! There were a few others, but that one was ridiculous. It is the same as reading a book full of grammatical and punctuation issues. It distracts from the enjoyment of the story. I happen to like Rejar, and was glad to see his story. I am in the process of listening to, Mine to Take, and it is the same problem.
Delightfull book. Did not want to stop it, to go to bed. Looking forward to book 3.
What an absolute delight this book is. Kept me chuckling and laughing out loud most of the way through it. I more than look forward to the next book.
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