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The discovery that a cat in perky pet sitter Jennifer's care has been snatched and is being held for a curious, but outwardly benign ransom, sets her and her sexy techno-mogul boyfriend, Ryan, on a path of overcoming seemingly impossible obstacles and absurd situations to meet the odd demand. But everything may not be as it seems and the stakes may be much higher than freedom for one kitty. More

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Retired federal government employee turned accidental author.

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Review by: June Trop on March 1, 2017 :
Catnapped by Susan Golden

Pray there’s a sequel.

Beautiful Jenn meets a rich, handsome, and oh-so-sexy Ryan while delivering flyers to advertise her pet-sitting business. That’s when his affectionate, bear-like dog knocks her over. It’s love at first sight—for all three. So, what could go wrong? The answer is plenty. The spoiled but gorgeous cat, Whitney, for whom Jenn has been pet-sitting, is catnapped, and the ransom request is peculiar. Aside from making you laugh, the book will make you happy because with rich Ryan as your boyfriend, even when you deliberately bang up his car, his only worry is you. Not realistic? Well, so what. You’ll have lots of fun helping them come up with and delivering the ransom. Cautions? Okay, so I stayed up late two consecutive nights to read it. But like I said, the book made me happy.
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Review by: Rebecca Korver on Feb. 8, 2017 :
Funny, easy to read couldn't put it down. Will certainly read more from this author
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Review by: sdneto on Feb. 5, 2017 :
Loved how fun and quirky this book is! This is definitely a sit back, relax, grab a big glass of wine page turner! Looking forward to seeing more from the author.
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Review by: Shirley Schweder on Feb. 3, 2017 :
Being her first book I found it a fun read. I finished it in about 2 days total time.
I would read late in evening and find myself (although getting sleepy)still wanting to go "just a few mor pages".Wanted to see what would happen next. Waiting for next series.

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