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Confessions of a Reformed Tom Cat

Book 2, Wingmen

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I, Thomas Clifford Donnely, am a manwhore.
You can call me Tom Cat. I’ve been told I’m irresistible to women. Like catnip for a different kind of pussy-cat.

This is the story about how I lost my wingman, broke all my own rules, and found myself falling in love.

Tom Donnely isn't the marrying kind, or the dating kind. Even after losing his #1 wingman to love, he doesn't see the point in relationships. When his sister's best friend returns to Whidbey Island and propositions Donnely for a one-night stand, he breaks one of his biggest rules—no fooling around with his sisters' friends. It's just sex, nothing more. That's what Tom does and does well.

What happens when "just sex" isn't enough?

Hailey King is more than a match for Tom's flirtations. She's known him most of her life and has heard the rumors about his "skills" for years. When her perfectly planned future falls apart, will the last man she should ever fall for turn out to be more than a one-night stand?

Confessions of a Reformed Tom Cat is Book 2 in the Wingmen series. It is an interconnected standalone and you don’t have to read the series in order to enjoy Tom’s stoy. 

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Nestled in a Book’s Review of Confessions of a Reformed Tom Cat

Funny, sexy, and sweet. Confessions of a Reformed Tom Cat is the total package!

This is the story about how I lost my wingman, broke all my own rules, and found myself falling in love.

Thomas Clifford Donnely is a confirmed bachelor. He’s an equal opportunist when it comes to women. He doesn’t want just one and he loves them all. He’s a natural charmer and flirt and he makes no apologies. You have to appreciate a man who is honest and upfront about what he wants. He doesn’t lead women on and they all know what they’re getting into. They know that they can count on him for a good time and shouldn’t have hopes for anything beyond that.

In short, I love Tom. He’s funny and a genuinely good guy. He loves his family, he works hard, he’s honest and real. And let’s face it, who doesn’t love a story about the ultimate bachelor falling in love? He’s George Clooney if he were a bit younger, wore flannel, and knew how to work his wood. Actual wood… like with a chainsaw. And the other kind, too. Every woman wants to be the one to tame the Tom Cat.

And witnessing Hailey be the to do that that is so much fun! I love her character. She doesn’t take any lip, especially from Tom, and she holds her own. She’s independent and sassy and smart and absolutely perfect for him. I loved their chemistry. Their playful banter and witty exchanges kept a goofy smile plastered on my face and made me laugh out loud more than a few times.

Daisy Prescott always has such well-developed characters. They have so much substance. They aren’t Hollywood perfect (which I think makes them even more perfect), they don’t lead glamorous lives, they are real. It always feels like I’m falling in love with real people. Her books are like coming home. They feel so warm and inviting and I feel like they’re my own friends. Every time I read a book, she surprises me by yet again creating these characters that I completely fall in love with.

Having said that, John Day from Ready to Fall (who makes many appearances throughout this book) has always been my favorite. John just has that something and he couldn’t be topped. Until now. Okay, so maybe not topped. It’s hard to definitively say since it’s been a year since I read John’s book but I think it’s safe to say that I loved Tom just as much. That, my friends, is saying a lot!

Read this book, people! While it can most definitely be read as a standalone, I highly recommend reading all of Daisy’s books. They’re fantastic and character-driven and absolutely wonderful (and sexy!). But trust me, you have to meet Tom! You have to witness the Tom Cat be domesticated!

Taming a Tom Cat

When a self-professed Tom Cat meets a feisty Tom Boy, the tiger gets tamed in a sweet and sometimes hilariously painful way. Tom Boy Hailey was familiar to the wayward bachelor and majorly off limits. She was his sister's best friend and he never messed with her friends.
Mix Hailey's long legs with the lure of forbidden fruit, and poor Tom couldn't seem to stay away. She challenged him at a time when he started to assess his life and the lack of it having a firm foundation, since he'd only sought curvy, soft ones.
I enjoyed Tom's confessional. It's was fun watching him reform. Five Purrfect Stars for Tom Cat.

A favorite of 2015!

I am not sure what cave I have been living in, but Daisy Prescott you are AMAZING! Daisy Prescott is my new fan-girl crush, and I can't wait to dive into her backlist (turns out I own Geoducks are for Lovers) and gorge on her awesomeness.

When I picked up Confessions of a Reformed Tom Cat I was hoping this would be good, but this book went beyond good and to one of my favorites of the year! I loved every single thing about this book. Yep. Every. Thing. If you have been reading my reviews for a while you know I can always find something I don't like in a book, (even in my favorite of 5 star reads), but Daisy Prescott nailed it! Confessions of a Reformed Tom Cat is an excellent story from start to finish and I am so sad that it I finished this so fast that I have gone back and re-read most of this book again (or maybe some parts 2-3 times).

The characters in this story (I know some of these characters were introduced in Ready to Fall, which I will be reading very soon) are one of the best parts. I loved every character and their quirks, sassiness and unabashed sense of who they are. Tom and Hailey are some of the best characters I have read in long while. These two know who they are, what they want and don't pretend things aren't what they thought they would be. The emotions that these two go through are a real treat to read and Daisy Prescott did a fantastic job of giving the reader "the fall". We get to discover this love story along with Tom and Hailey and it was magical. The cast of secondary characters were amusing and added just the right touch to the story to make you want to go back and read all Daisy's other books just to see if they are in those too.

My next favorite thing (besides Tom) was the story told in Tom's POV and the dialogue. Both the POV from Tom and the witty, fast paced dialogue driven story is full of win for me. I loved getting into Tom's mind and really seeing what all he is going through with everything that happens to his character during Confessions of a Reformed Tom Cat. Tom was sexy, just the right amount of dirty and easy to fall in love (or lust) with. His character took charge but kept up a sense of laid back at the same time. Daisy Prescott has a talent with dialogue, the conversations felt like real actual people were talking to you instead of reading words on a page. The connection the reader gets with Tom is special, letting you enjoy the ride without fear of the "big drama" lurking around the corner.

Are you ready to read Confessions of a Reformed Tom Cat yet? You should be! If you love romance, humor and great characters, then this book is for you. If you, like me, have never read a Daisy Prescott book I can't recommend this enough! Fans of Daisy Prescott (are probably already reading this book and smirking at us idiots that haven't) are going to love this next book because they know that Daisy's books are full of win. If you do nothing else this week, buy yourself this book! You deserve to read a book this good!! 1-click and enjoy!

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Confessions of a Reformed Tom Cat
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  • Category: Contemporary
  • Published: Feb 23, 2015
  • Publisher: Daisy Prescott
  • Seller: Susan Prescott
  • Print Length: 268 Pages
  • Language: English
  • Series: Book 2, Wingmen
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