Here Kitty, Kitty! by Shelly Laurenston
My rating: 5 of 5 stars
This book was ridiculous but the good kind of ridiculous that makes you just want to laugh until your cry.
Okay so there really wasn't a lot of storyline besides Nik and Angie getting to know each other. The other books in this series always had an enemy attack or a kidnapping or something but this one.. well technically there were kidnappings but they weren't done by enemies. Nik's brothers take Angie because they thought they were saving her. Angie stays with Nik for awhile because her pack need to protect Miki who is preggers.
Angie is bat shit crazy. No joke, the girl is nuts. She attacks Nik when she wakes up in his house.. thats understandable. She thought she was actually kidnapped. Then she goes and spends $20,000 of his money on clothes. She curses like a sailor. She flirts with anything male (but doesn't like to be touched). She fights with everyone, even Nik's parents and grandma. When I put it all out there like this she sounds terrible but it's all hilarious. She is witty and sarcastic and she's actually thoughtful. She helps Nik's shy sister get out of her slump. I liked her a lot.
Nik is pretty awesome too. He kind of pissed me off at first but he grows on you. He is arrogant and thinks he knows everything and he pushes Angie's buttons just to get her riled up... which is actually hilarious to read. He takes Angie's attitude and gives it right back. He had no intention of settling down. Tigers are loners and they have cubs with lots of different women. Which I freaking hated but then he falls in love. Honestly the ending was adorable. Nik's friends convince him that they have to all live together and that he has to learn to howl.. and he was actually going to do it for her! Until she laughed at him. :)
Honestly the book is ridiculous. There's no other way to put it. The dialogue is hilarious and completely stupid and if anyone in real life acted the way Angie did, I would punch her in the face and then run like hell. But in this book she's funny.
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