Tuesday, June 13, 2023

A Love Catastrophe by Helena Hunting - ARC Review & Release Blitz

The fur is about to fly between a cheerful cat sitter and a grumpy hockey nerd in this hilarious and charming rom-com from New York Times bestselling author Helena Hunting.

Kitty Hart has become internet famous as the Kitty Whisperer for her expertise on all things feline, and as a result, her cat-sitting business is booming. But lately, she has a terrible feeling that maybe her life isn’t quite going where it’s supposed to—especially after falling face-first into her newest client. Not exactly the best first impression.

Fortunately, Miles Thorn is just as bad at first impressions. Strike one: he doesn’t like cats, especially Prince Francis, the haughty and mischievous Sphynx his mom left in his care. Strike two: tackling her to the floor in a misguided attempt to save the pet he continually calls “the gremlin.”

As awkwardness slides into attraction and things start to turn purr-sonal, will these two complete opposites ever be able to find their furry-tail ending?

I can't lie, I was excited about this title. Cats. Books with cats in them and cat puns. What could be more purr-fect (I would apologize for that, but I am not even a little bit sorry)

Kitty and Miles are sweet together. Their meet cute is anything but cute and in fact is both funny and cringeworthy. And, you can understand why they both decide they don't really like one another, as both make some judgments about the other that are correct in the situation, but once they get to know one another turn out to be reality but with a backstory...which is the truth for all of us.

I believed their friendship. I liked that Miles was a math nerd working for a hockey team, and I liked that both of them were just a little quirky without being so quirky that I couldn't relate to them.

That said, I never really felt that much of a spark between them. I did feel their attraction, but it never really became more than that for me, and I am not sure why...although I think it might have been a little too sweet in the parts with them, and as there were other parts of the story that were a little more darker/more serious I think it made them feel less important in comparison, if that makes sense.

That said, I did still laugh and enjoy this title, and I recommend it.

Apple Books → https://geni.us/AppleALoveCatastrophe

Kobo → https://geni.us/KoboALoveCatastrophe

Nook → https://geni.us/NookALoveCatastrophe

Google Play → https://geni.us/GPALoveCatastrophe

Amazon Universal → https://geni.us/ZonALoveCatastrophe

Goodreads → https://geni.us/ALoveCatastropheGR

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