The Christmas Kitten

Rated 4.00/5 based on 2 reviews
Christmas Break began normally for college junior Sara Jones. Then an encounter with a patch of black ice changes everything and leads to a meeting with a tall man wearing Highland garb and carting a kitten around in his sporran, the leather pouch that is worn in front of a kilt and acts like a pocket. Soon she finds her Christmas spirit returning thanks to his family and a tiny, tabby kitte More

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Words: 24,150
Language: English
ISBN: 9781311390554
About Alyson Kent

I'm a former librarian that currently lives and works with horses in rural Virginia. I love reading, recommending my favorite books to friends, and spending time with my four legged family. I'm currently working on the sequel to "Collide" and another novel that's set in a fantasy world of my own making. This is a new venture for me, but I've been writing my entire life and even found the first story I ever wrote a few years ago. I was five or six, and it was a Bambi fanfiction complete with a Mary Sue character. :D

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Review by: Sharon E. Cathcart on July 24, 2014 :
This is a cute romance novella about Sara Jones, a college junior who works in her town's library. When her car wrecks during a winter storm, she is rescued by Brian MacAdams ... who has also rescued the titular kitten.

The story is cute, although I didn't feel much chemistry between Sara and Brian. However, I also kept being pulled out of the story by homophone errors (e.g., Noah's "Arc" and car "breaks"), possessive/plural confusion, and that/who confusion. There's also a lot of passive voice here; the author is very fond of the pluperfect tense.

And none of these are even my biggest gripe, if the truth be told. Sure, I knocked off one star for those ... but the second star was because of the book design. The cover is a lovely Christmas card ... with *no kitten.* Given the title of the book, you would think there would be a kitten *somewhere* on the cover. It seems as though a key conversation between author and designer did not take place.
(reviewed long after purchase)

Review by: Novella Girl on March 05, 2014 :
Excellent excellent excellent story! I love winter romances and tabby cats so it should go unwritten that I absolutely adored this story.
(reviewed within a week of purchase)

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