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Friday, November 2, 2007

Review: A Purrfect Love

A Purrfect Love
by Patti Fischer

CAT ON A MISSION... Molly, a black Persian cat, has a few tricks in mind when she goes on a mission to bring together a couple who are just purrfect for each other.
LADY ON A LEDGE... Last thing Marisa Hamilton needs is her cat going out onto the window ledge. Dressed in a skimpy Halloween costume, Marisa chases after her cat, only to lose her footing.

HUNK TO THE RESCUE... New next door neighbor, Ben Singer, comes to Marisa’s rescue and offers her coffee and a chance to recover from her ordeal. More than coffee sizzles between them. Will their chance encounter result in A Purrfect Love?

If you are looking for something light and sweet this Halloween - A Purrfect Love by Patti Fischer delivers just that. As with any Halloween story, a mischievous black cat is mandatory. Molly, a black Persian with attitude to spare, sets the tone. The reader soon realizes that Marisa (aka the owner & mommy) does not stand a chance. Clearly, Molly feels she needs to take matters into her own paws where her owner's love life is concerned.

Ms. Fischer does a good job of developing the characters and plot within the narrow boundaries of a short story. A Purrfect Love is a Halloween short story that should 'bewitch' the reader. I smiled through out the entire story and found the characters of Marisa and Ben enchanting. And of course, Molly is purrfect.



Review by Magnolia