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The Vampire Kitty-cat Chronicles

by Ray Rhamey


Okay, for those who know I only read romance, I have to admit I couldn’t resist asking for this book for review. I went to Mr. Rhamey’s website, and once I watched the trailer, I laughed my head off. The adventures of Patch, a kitty-cat turned vampire are not only humorous, but touching as well. There is a bit of suspense, a lot of snark, but for readers who just want to enjoy a good book this could be the ticket.

The cat just wanted to find a hot date for the night, instead he found himself being hauled up by the tail, used as someone’s dinner entrée, and then devloping fangs. No longer able to stay with his associate, the woman who’s cared for him for quite awhile, he goes off on his own and almost ends up dead... or is it undead again?

Saved by the very one who turned him into a blood-sucking kitty, Meg tells him she's sorry she bit him. Together, they try to find a place to stay, and a way to nourish their blood hunger. They are both welcomed into the local American Vampire Association, that is until Meg decides to bring vampires out of the closet and run for city council. Now she and Patch are are not only running for office—yes, she makes the kitty her running mate—but they are also trying to outrun newly acquired enemies.

Will Meg get her seat on the council? Will Patch find life as a fang-toting kitty to be more fun than being alive? Readers will just have to read this excellent book to find out.

The Book

February 2010
Mass Market Paperback
Fantasy / Paranormal and Contemporary Fiction
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The Reviewer

Faith V. Smith
Reviewed 2010
NOTE: Reviewer Faith V Smith is the author of Beware What You Wish, a Regency time travel romance, and vampire romance Kensington's Soul. Dunbar's Curse, her second Bound by Blood vampire romance was released March 2010, along with a time travel romance titled Viking, Go Home.
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