The Lost Cats and Lonely Hearts Club
A heartwarming, laugh-out-loud romantic comedy - not just for cat lovers!
Vous pouvez télécharger et lire ce livre dans iBooks sur votre Mac ou un appareil iOS.
‘A story of a heart-warming friendship, kindness, bravery…this cat lady loved it!’ Kitty Loves Books
Swapping Prada for purrs…
While covering a story, feisty network reporter Madison Shaw gets more than she bargained for when she rescues a box of orphaned kittens. Suddenly the glamazon of the Manhattan news room is doing two am feedings to keep these furbabies alive!
This is certainly a change of pace for the high maintenance workaholic she’s become and taking care of the kittens makes Madison realise how far off track she’s come—after all, she was a stray once too…
When a video of her caring for the kittens goes viral, she knows her image as a hardnosed reporter is shot to hell. What Madison doesn’t expect is the media circus that propels her and the kittens to stardom. And the domino effect that has on her, her career and her love life—especially when she meets sexy Officer Nick Marino!
Step away from the cat videos on YouTube and put your reservation for the cat cafe on hold because this is a must-read for cat lovers and hopeless romantics alike…
Reviews for Nic Tatano:
‘One of the top 20 books of 2013’ – I Heart Chick Lit
‘E-book novel of the year’ – Chick Lit Chloe
‘I truly adored this novel, I think Nic Tatano has written such a fabulous rom-com, with some truly unforgettable characters, all who had fantastic relationships… One of my favourite books this year, for sure.’ – Leah, Chick Lit Reviews
‘The heroine is sassy, the dialogue is razor-sharp and the romance is sweet. Well worth a read.’ – Chicklit Club
‘Wing Girl is straight up chick-lit, perfect for filming and being made into a rom-com cinema hit… fast and funny’ – Wondrous Reads
About the author
I've always been a writer of some sort, having spent my career working as a reporter, anchor or producer in television news. Fiction is a lot more fun, since you don't have to deal with those pesky things known as facts. I grew up in the New York City metropolitan area and now live on the Gulf Coast where I will never shovel snow again. I'm happily married to a math teacher and we share our wonderful home with our tortoiseshell tabby cat, Gypsy.