Monday, October 16, 2017

Review: Untamble by Jamie Schlosser

Untamable by [Schlosser, Jamie]

Emery Matheson knows p*ssies. Cats, that is. As the star of a reality show called The P*ssy Tamer, it’s his job to fix extreme feline behavioral issues.

When he hears about his next project—a lonely cat hoarder named Estelle—he expects a little old widow, not the blond bombshell who opens the door.

With a 100 percent success rate, Emery has never had trouble finishing a job. But just a few hours into the first day of filming and one thing is clear—Estelle and her band of misfit p*ssies will give him a run for his money… and his heart.

Untamable is a standalone novel. Due to language and sexual content, this book is intended for readers 18 and older.

Lourdes Review:
Emery Matheson is a bona-fide celebrity, a TV personality and star of a reality show about helping cats with behavioral issues and the families they belong to.  When he’s presented with a woman who has 9 cats in an apartment in none other than his hometown, Emery will eagerly be ready to tame his next project.
Estelle Winters is a force of nature, wild and reckless, not one to fit any mold.  She owns a costume shop and 9 cats, but if she can’t find a home for 7 of those pussycats, she’ll be evicted from her apartment.
Emery and Estelle are two young people leading lonely existences and finding each other comes as a blessing for them both.  She needs someone who doesn’t want to change her and Emery is the right man for the job.

This was a sweet and funny story.  Both Emery and Estelle have their challenges in life and both are loving, compassionate people who blend into each other’s lives perfectly.  What starts as a casual hook up evolves into a full blown relationship either of them is expecting and, though it feels somewhat rushed, IMO it doesn’t take from the end product giving the reader a cute story full of extreme feline shenanigans.
3 Book Corner Stars
*ARC Review* 

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 About the Author: 

Jamie Schlosser grew up on a farm in Illinois surrounded by cornfields. Although she no longer lives in the country, her dream is to return to rural living someday. As a stay-at-home mom, she spends most of her days running back and forth between her two wonderful kids and her laptop. She loves her family, iced coffee, and happily-ever-afters.