Ok, I LOVED the second book in this series. The main character is pretty hilarious. There was a laugh out loud scene involving a broken sink in a pub that had me laughing while sitting in a coffee shop. It's rare for me to actually laugh out loud while reading.
The first book in a series with a former PR lady who retired early to settle in a cottage in the English countryside. She is a spicy character, with few social graces - but she is lovable! I really enjoyed this mystery and look forward to digging in to this series.
Wow! I saw the preview for the movie and immediately bought the book. This book is like the bratty little brother of The Gargoyle and Hellboy. It's pretty amaze-balls. Having the ability to know what people are really thinking is definitely not a super power I'd want....
"...people you love should be allowed to keep their worst to themselves."
It makes for a great summer read. I could not put this book down until I finished it.
Slow. Very, very slow. Magical cats are cool enough, but feral cats who don't want to be touched by anyone but Kathleen - yet they LOVE hanging out with and interacting with people (raising their paws in agreement, "murping" in acknowledgment...). Seems odd, even for magical cats.