BOOK REVIEW CAT LADY BY DAWN O’PORTER

CAT LADY [n.]
Single, independent, crazy, aloof, on-the-shelf, lives alone . . .

It’s safer for Mia to play the part that people expect. She’s a good wife to her husband Tristan, a doting stepmother, she slips on her suit for work each morning like a new skin.

But beneath the surface, there’s another woman just clawing to get out . . .

When a shocking event shatters the conventional life she’s been so careful to build, Mia is faced with a choice. Does she live for a society that’s all too quick to judge, or does she live for herself?

And if that’s as an independent woman with a cat, then the world better get ready . . .

Fresh, funny and for anyone who’s ever felt astray, CAT LADY will help you belong – because a woman always lands on her feet.

Firstly thank you for the copy on netgalley. Ive read some of her previous books so was excited to read this.

I absolutely loved this! It’s very funny and will have you racing through the pages.

Witty,fresh ,modern and very relatable .

Thought provoking and so apt for today’s society we live in.

Mia was a fantastically written character whose voice is still in my head..she’s hilarious and a breath of fresh air .

Published 27th October and I highly recommend spending time with this cat lady…. she will exceed your expectations….

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