The Christmas Cat by Melody Carlson

The Christmas Cat by Melody Carlson
Publisher: Revell
Genre: Contemporary, Holiday, Inspirational
Length: Full Length (177 pgs)
Heat Level: Sweet
Rating: 3 stars
Reviewed by Nymphaea

After years abroad, Garrison Brown returns home to Vancouver to build a new life. When his beloved grandmother passes away a few weeks before Christmas, Garrison goes to her house to sort out her belongings, including six cats who need new homes. While Garrison hopes to dispense with the task quickly, his grandmother’s instructions don’t allow for speed. She has left Garrison with some challenging requirements for the future homes of her furry friends–plus a sizeable monetary gift for the new owners. Garrison’s job is to match the cats with the right owners without disclosing the surprise gift. Along the way, he may just meet someone who can make him stay.

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I’d never read a book by Melody Carlson before this one and I’m glad I did pick this one up. First off, there are cats. Second, there’s a bit of romance. So those had me hooked. It’s got sweet moments, it’s Christmas…what can you say?
I didn’t expect an incredibly deep story. I wanted a nice Christmas tale for a cold evening. This one didn’t disappoint in that respect–it’s a nice book.

If you’re a cat person…there are moments I wasn’t thrilled with the hero. He’s supposed to home the cats his grandmother had and he’s allergic…or is he? I got he wanted to start fresh since he’d just come home from Uganda, but his intentions for getting rid of the cats seemed a tad heartless. I would’ve thought he’d be more concerned about the felines because they were his grandmother’s, rather than so eager to get rid of them.

But I did enjoy the tinge of romance and the holiday spirit in the book.

If you’re looking for a book with cats, Christmas and romance, then this might be the book for you.

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