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The Highland Six Pack's Cat: Book Four of the Highland Six Pack Series
     

The Highland Six Pack's Cat: Book Four of the Highland Six Pack Series

by R S Oatman
 
Cat had never been one to hold back her adventurous and free-wheeling spirit. Coming from a bohemian liberal, strict Catholic mother and living through step-fathers and multiple resulting siblings leaves Cat in search of who she is. Answers come through frantic exploration of anything in her path, leading to a desire to save the world, and ultimately through Rocky,

Overview

Cat had never been one to hold back her adventurous and free-wheeling spirit. Coming from a bohemian liberal, strict Catholic mother and living through step-fathers and multiple resulting siblings leaves Cat in search of who she is. Answers come through frantic exploration of anything in her path, leading to a desire to save the world, and ultimately through Rocky, her seemingly strange match, who shows her the beauty of life amidst the ugly. Cat's ever evolving spiritual beliefs take on new growth after meeting him, then fail her when life does the unthinkable. Her former college roommates from Highland Street are at a loss for how to help her until they rely on her personality to be the key. Cat has to decide how to proceed, and blindly mixing in some detective work as a distraction is her inimitable way.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9781481066884
Publisher:
CreateSpace Publishing
Publication date:
11/29/2012
Pages:
166
Product dimensions:
6.00(w) x 9.00(h) x 0.35(d)

Meet the Author

R.S. Oatman, in addition to the Highland Six Pack series, is the author of previous books UniverSoul Ways and The Lindsay Whalen Story. Her varied interests, exemplified by her diverse writings, center on the mechanics of personal choices in all realms of life. She says of the Highland series, "I am a writer and the mother of two grown children like Sadie, have adoption in my family like Maggie and admit to her all-around insecurities. I deeply identify with Cat's search for answers and Wren's work on internal traits and, of course, like many of us, hope my Cherry side gets under control before it's too late. That takes being Sydney more often than not."

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