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Beauty is not just skin deep.Kellyn, a lynx shifter, has survived a terrible battle. Horribly disfigured, he arrives on a property in outback South Australia, his memory shattered, along with his beauty. All he knows is that the world on which he is trapped is not safe. He must hide from all humans—except one.Alexander, an artist recluse, has no time for most people, whichBeauty is not just skin deep.Kellyn, a lynx shifter, has survived a terrible battle. Horribly disfigured, he arrives on a property in outback South Australia, his memory shattered, along with his beauty. All he knows is that the world on which he is trapped is not safe. He must hide from all humans—except one.Alexander, an artist recluse, has no time for most people, which is probably just as well, because the guy he rescues isn’t exactly human. Both men deny their immediate, mutual attraction. Alex doesn’t want his heart broken again and Kel believes he has nothing to offer—he’s just a cat with a scarred mind and body.But a cat has no chance when a human gets under his fur and when Alex tangles with a cat, it’s love at first lick....

Title : A Cat on a Hot Tin Roof
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ISBN : 9781771112345
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Number of Pages : 117 Pages
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A Cat on a Hot Tin Roof Reviews

  • Sui Lynn
    2019-04-07 17:00

    I so love this series. The story line is unique but still has that 'love at first sight' and 'forever mates' true love that I adore. In my opinion this author far outclasses many out there writing similar stories with much less care and skill. There are no cookie cutter characters here. They are strong men with issues and needs. They grow and care, healing each other along the way. I have to say Monsters InK is one of my favorite series and I am eager to read the next installment.Well done!

  • Ann
    2019-04-16 12:11

    I loved everything about the premise and setting of this story. The characters were great, hurt but strong so it made me respect and like them both. It made them both stubborn, but not in an irritating and immoveable way. They listened to one another filled in the blanks the other had.Towards the end the story moved fast and was a little confusing. Most likely that was me though since I started the series at book 5. It did make me want to read the others though, so that totally worked. It can be read as a standalone as the bulk of the story is about Kel and Alex.

  • Alli
    2019-04-03 13:02

    Loved this, the characters are so beautifully crafted and spin such a wonderful tale. I wonder how others go with the rather colourful Australian characters, being Australian they gave me a good laugh, they had a very wide streak of Larkin in them.

  • V
    2019-04-21 14:48

    I think this series is getting better and better. Great Sequel.

  • James Cox
    2019-04-14 19:52

    I liked the drama in this book. Of course, naked men helped *G*. This is a good read.

  • Astrid Cooper
    2019-04-15 15:49

    Reader ratingsee all ratings at goodreads - Monsters inK series

  • Gabbi
    2019-04-01 19:49

    Okay, so I’m officially hooked on this series. I’ve only had the pleasure of reading the last two books in it, and I’ve really enjoyed both of them. When I requested Fangs for the Memories and A Cat on a Hot Tin Roof, I didn’t realize they were part of an ongoing series. I’m not one to read books out of order, but I thought I’d go ahead and give it a shot. I’m really glad I did because the steady world building this author creates and her sexy, likeable heroes will keep me coming back for more.Since the blurb does an outstanding job of describing the book, I thought I’d talk about why I liked this story so much and why out of the two books I’ve read in the series; it’s my favorite so far.One thing I really like about this book is: the author doesn’t shy away from making her heroes flawed and imperfect heroes. These two men are not your shrinking violets. They are survivors and strong willed enough to fight for what is right and fight for each other. I like the deeply emotional connection shared between them and the love and respect they have for each other was a lovely thing to read. There is also a lot of action and intrigue to his book, which keeps it moving very quickly and smoothly throughout the storyline. Also, the camaraderie between both of the heroes and the other characters of Monsters Ink was apparent and heartwarming to read.A Cat on a Hot Tin Roof could definitely be read as a stand-alone book. The author does a great job of keeping the reader informed of what’s going on, so in no way did I feel lost or confused about who is who and who did what. But I will say that I loved this book so much I’m going to go back and read the previous books in the series. There is truly something special about these characters and I’m anxious to see for myself how everything started and also getting to know previous characters up close and personal.A Cat on a Hot Tin Roof is the fifth book in the Monsters Ink series. Here are the books in series order:Christmas CreekVampire for HireThe Cat the Vampire Dragged InFangs for the MemoriesA Cat on a Hot Tin Roof

  • ~SexyBookWorm~
    2019-03-28 13:05

    Great book! Kel and Alexander come together in this 5th installment. Kel is actually one of Leydans cat brothers who was presumed dead. I think more of this missing and presumed dead Cat shifters will be turning up. We also met 2 if kels brothers and I believe at least one of them will show up in future books. The one thing that can be a little confusing in this series is that minir characters are added every book but instead of then showing up for the first time they seem to already have relationships with our more constant characters. The author also alluded that something was giving on with William. ..I'm wondering if he is just struggling with his vampiric nature or if his and sev's relationship is getting bumpy? I'm feeling more like it's the I'm wondering if a Second book focusing on them will be in our future.

  • Teresa
    2019-04-23 18:00

    ****Reviewed for Prism Book Alliance®****3.5 StarsBook 5 focuses on Leydan’s cousin Kellyn, who is a lynx shifter, and a human named Alexander. Set closer to the town of Christmas Creek, we get to see Will and Severin again. Quite a bit of insta love in this one, but I do like both our main characters. There is a lot of humor among some sad circumstances that keeps the story light.

  • The TBR Pile *Book review site*
    2019-04-07 11:52

    Full Review: beginning was slow moving but once Alex saw the starving cat things were very rushed. Eventually the pace balanced. What really made this story enjoyable were the characters. Kellyn and Alex had such strong back stories and their personalities were fabulously flawed. Shifters aren’t new but the author did a great job of adding to this genre. The plot was solid and entertaining. Again, the characters were really fantastic. Their interaction was so well written. A Cat on a Hot Tin Roof was a great read and I recommend it!

  • Joelle
    2019-04-03 17:06

    Enjoyable and a little complicatedThe title is what drew me to this book. Kellyn being a cat shifter is what made me buy it. I love cat shifters. This book took an unexpected turn for me when Kellyn was injured and ended up in the Outback with Alex. I thought he'd heal, they'd mate and they'd fight the evil that had hurt him. I liked seeing Kellyn and Alex fall for each other but found that I liked the overall story and how the supporting characters fit into it better. Although there was a lot to keep track of. It makes me want to read the other books in the series.

  • Letica
    2019-04-25 13:48

    I really liked this series. I was kinda suprised that I liked it so much. The universe is different and original, which is sometimes hard to find. I also really enjoyed the fact that while each couple has one member whose power is superior, the sexual and romantic relationships are geared toward equality. In many of the paranormal and sci-fi romances I read this is not the case. I found it to be a very welcome change and can't wait for more. In my opinion it was wonderfully done.

  • Alison
    2019-04-06 13:03

    A delightful series from an Australian author. I look forward to watching her grow. If you like Stephani Hecht or Amber Kell, then you should enjoy these stories.Of course, being an Aussie myself, and from South Australia, I may be a little biased.

  • Tamarrion Lash
    2019-04-06 17:56

    Отличное продолжение серии.

  • Hearts On Fire Reviews
    2019-04-08 14:58

    Reviewed by: KevinGenre: M/M ParanormalRated:4 hearts Check out the review at: Hearts On Fire Reviews

  • Lily Rose
    2019-04-06 12:15

    Great work with the dreadlock descriptions! And your descriptions of the Australian landscape made it easy for me to imagine myself there. A very cool fantasy world that you have developed.