MYRA NOUR, ASHLEY LADD
Ellora’s Cave Publishing, Inc.
CAT MAIDEN by MYRA NOUR
Antonius was a solitary artist who could be found carving his new creations in marble or
molding them in clay. He was perfectly happy with his house, his neighbors, and his cat
– that is, until a God’s game began to play with his life. Jupiter and Venus had a bet.
Antonius was stuck in the middle and did not know it.
Have you ever been in the wrong place at the wrong time? Madria was; and she did not
have a clue until her vision cleared. The black hair and green eyes were the same, but
she did not recognize the rest. She even had to learn a new language.
PUSSYFOOTING AROUND by ASHLEY LADD
Diana Venus had white blonde hair and amber eyes. The fact that she was strolling
around Ft. Lauderdale without a stitch of clothes on, was all the fault of the Goddess,
Venus. Diana had an agreement with Venus. Win the love of a human male in 6
months – or else.
Eddie was a photographer who needed a swimsuit model and Diana was just what he
had been looking for. So, she burned up his kitchen, almost caused a fight between
Eddie and both sides of a football game, and took a couple of bites out of a priceless
fish at the seaquarium. She was beautiful and his dog liked her.
Myra Nour and Ashley Ladd have conjured up the same mischievous Goddess who
could not leave well enough alone. The kitty cats loved their masters, but whiskers and
four paws with claws did not quite answer to men in need of a woman. So, they gave up
their agility, fur, and nine lives to become women. The question is: Will the Goddess let
them stay human or not?
Can you not just see these characters prancing around? I could and chuckled all the
way to the end of each story. Ellora’s Cave has teamed up two exceptional authors with
similar themes for a lively anthology. The stories flow and provide a landscape for fun,
anxiety, and romance. The authors also show their versatility by making felines human –
or almost. Pick up this book and enjoy a tongue-in-cheek portrayal of two couples.
Keep it to pull out of your bookcase again on another day. This is also one hot little
read that can warm up a winter evening.
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