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Cat's Meow

Written by: Dale Mayer
Narrated by: Shaina Summerville
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Book One: Cat's Meow

After a year of hell, Dani Summerland's life is just getting better when she's tossed unceremoniously a few hundred years into the future with her orange Persian cat, Charmin Marvin, in her arms. With no way to fight it, no way to go back, things are only looking to get worse fast.

Breaking protocol is cause for severe consequences in the time and world Levi Blackburn lives. But, after a year of government regulation, the crackdown is easing up and he begins to relax. Everything he's worked for is hinged on keeping his reckless brother in check. But, while he's been protecting Milo from falling under the government's ever-vigilant radar, his brother has been working on a surprise present for him, one that's the cat's meow...Dani is that gift - a woman from the past that Levi has been fixated on.

Milo never anticipated having his brother's dream girl come to their time with a snarky cat that can not only talk but doesn't have a clue how or when to shut up!

©2018 Beverly Dale Mayer (P)2021 Beverly Dale Mayer

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  • Kindle Customer Hawkeslake
  • 2021-09-27

Interesting idea, dullish carry through

This is the first time that I have actually disliked a recording that I got from Audible. I suppose out of 140 or so, that’s not terrible odds. I found the idea of a young genius bringing a woman and her cat from the past into the future 200 years a very intriguing premis. However, whether it was the actual writing or the delivery by the narrator, I found the story to be flat and rather boring. At age 74 I refuse to waste my time listening to or reading books that don’t stimulate my imagination. So I am removing this from my library after having listened to only an hour or so. I will be interested to see if other readers find it more compelling than me, but I doubt I would buy another book by this author or buy this narrator.