Title: A Purrfect Love
Author: Patti Fischer
Publisher: The Wild Rose Press
Publication Date: 2007
Length: 16 pgs
Author Website: www.pattifischer.com
Author Email: email@example.com
Rating: 4 Diamonds
Heat Level: Sweet
Reviewer: Starla Kaye
Marisa Hamilton’s day starts off bad and gets worse. It peaks when she has to chase down her cat on the fourth story ledge of her apartment building, wearing a black bustier and fishnet stockings for her office Halloween party. She doubts her morning could get any worse. Wrong.
Ben Singer’s morning starts off oddly when he finds a strange cat sitting on his sofa, having come in through his open window. Then he hears a scream outside and finds a scantily clad woman hanging from his window ledge. Strangest Halloween he’s ever had…luckiest one, too.
For such a short story, I really enjoyed it. Everyone has had one “of those days” and can identify with this poor, frustrated heroine. And the hero was perfect for smoothing out the rough start to Marisa’s day. Plus there is the bonus of falling in lust—maybe love—at first sight. Overall, a sweet, enjoyable Halloween red.