Snowball, that lovable bundle of feline fluff readers first met as a kitten in Snowball’s Christmas, is all grown up. And now that she has her forever home at a cozy B&B, she’s determined to orchestrate a forever love match, just in time for the holidays . . .
Snowball takes her job as the “official kitty” at the Victorian B&B Inn, Weber Haus, very seriously. Greeting guests and keeping tabs on them is a full-time feline job, after all. However, being nice to Daniel Aarons is not on her to-do list. The handsome construction manager almost messed up her forever family, and she isn’t about to forgive him anytime soon . . .
But then someone new arrives at Weber Haus. Her name is Sophie Heidt—and she’s the B&B’s new manager. When Snowball goes missing on Sophie’s first day, Daniel, in charge of the new hotel wing, comes to her rescue by getting the cat to do what she does best: attack him.
It doesn’t take long for Snowball’s animal instincts to reveal that Daniel and Sophie are meant to be together. Unfortunately, Daniel keeps making a mess of things. It’s going to take some special insight and holiday cheer to bring them together. But if anyone can do it, Snowball can—even if she has to tolerate turtle doves, French hens, calling birds, and other fur-raising human traditions . . .
A match-making cat.
Need I say more?
I read the first book in this series, Snowball’s Christmas,
and absolutely fell in love with Snowball, a mischievous cat who has a knack of
pairing up couples. So, I was excited
that Snowball’s story would be continued.
This time, Snowball has her eyes set on Sophie, the new manager at Weber
Haus, the Victorian inn where Snowball lives.
Snowball hated, Daniel, who is in charge of the expansion at
the inn. She would attack Daniel every
chance she got. But when Snowball
notices Sophie might be attracted to Daniel, she sets out to help them fall in
love. Snowball knows how to make people
This was such a fun and heartwarming story. I liked seeing all the shenanigans Snowball would get in while trying to pair up Sophie and Daniel. I especially loved how the writer incorporated the Twelve Days of Christmas into the story. I would recommend this book to anyone who loves cats and is looking for a feel-good Christmas story.
Thank you to Kensington Books and NetGalley for this ARC in exchange for an honest review.
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