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Catt Chasin'
     

Catt Chasin'

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by Shana Burton
 

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Head research and development chemist Jamal Ford has narrowed his love-life down to a science through the creation of his 30-Day Dating Plan, a guide intended to weed out the drama queens, gold-diggers, and baby mamas from his ideal: a part goddess, part sex kitten, and part Stepford Wife mate. The shallow, fun-loving 33-year-old knows he’s one of Charlotte

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Head research and development chemist Jamal Ford has narrowed his love-life down to a science through the creation of his 30-Day Dating Plan, a guide intended to weed out the drama queens, gold-diggers, and baby mamas from his ideal: a part goddess, part sex kitten, and part Stepford Wife mate. The shallow, fun-loving 33-year-old knows he’s one of Charlotte, North Carolina’s most eligible bachelors, and he won’t settle for anything less than the trophy wife of his dreams.

Catherine “Catt” Cason has never let scheming co-workers, her loving (but overbearing) father, or her full figure slow her down. The brilliant formulating chemist takes being labeled “the cute fat girl” in stride as she fast-tracks her way to a top position with her cosmetic company, Telegenic. While she would enjoy the love of a good man, Catt refuses to risk her career or her heart being broken again just to have a warm body at her side. Besides, why settle for the love of an earthly man when she is the fiancée of Christ?

When Jamal is paired with Catt to launch a new product for work, it’s loathe at first sight. She thinks he’s arrogant and incompetent. He thinks she’s a sanctimonious kill-joy. What each believes they want may not be what God knows they need. In this game of love, rules don’t exist, and no heart is safe. The Lord is speaking, but will they all be too caught up in their own agendas to listen?

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Shana Burton is a high school English teacher in Macon, GA, where she lives with her husband and two sons. She enjoys dancing, reading, and spending time with her family when she is not writing. She is a 2009 Georgia Author of the Year nominee for Best Fiction (First Comes Love).

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9781599831992
Publisher:
Kensington
Publication date:
07/01/2011
Sold by:
Penguin Random House Publisher Services
Format:
NOOK Book
Pages:
283
Sales rank:
831,232
File size:
1 MB

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Catt Chasin' 3.8 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 4 reviews.
OOSABookClub More than 1 year ago
Jeremiah Cason, pastor of Faith Temple Worship Center, has big dreams for his daughter Catherine a.k.a. Catt. The only problem with that is, he has not shared them with her. He would like to retire someday and he would like for his youth pastor, Eldon, to be both his successor and son- in - law. Although beautiful, college educated with a good job, Rev. Cason thinks that it might be harder for his daughter to find a husband because she doesn't get out much. She works for Telegenic as a chemist. She's either at work or at church. The good reverend feels because she's a little bigger, that her chances of finding a good man also be somewhat slimmer. Catt's boss, Oni, has announced that a new guy, Jamal Ford, will be joining the Telegenic family. Catt knows that he is a great chemist and is looking forward to working with him. Mr. Ford is fine but he has plenty of attitude to go with those looks. All of the women enjoy looking at him. He has made it clear that he likes smaller women, which puts Catt out the game. Actually she is glad because he is selfish, conceded, and he thinks everything is about him. Unfortunately, Catt and Jamal have to take a three - week road trip together to promote their latest fragrance. How are these two going to survive being alone in a car when they can't stand to be in the same room for three minutes? A good and fast read. I would definitely recommend "Catt Chasin'" to others. Reviewed by: Carmen
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