Cats, Chaos, and Condo Board Wars

Cats, Chaos, and Condo Board Wars

by Nikki Leclair

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Cats, Chaos, and Condo Board Wars 4.7 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 3 reviews.
Anonymous 15 days ago
The storyline was well thought out with drama to pull the reader in. I really wanted to give the book 5 stars, but I had a hard time concentrating on the well written story due to the grammatical errors. I'm sure once the errors are fixed the book will be worth 5 stars. I received a free copy of this book via Booksprout and am voluntarily leaving a review.
Era_Yuskristianti 29 days ago
The character, Hillary Brandt, is an awesome character. A fune one, too. In this story, she has to fight her condo president in the Condo Board Presidency because she's so fed up with the president's never-ending absurd and suffocating rules and regulations. The story has a very entertaining plot. The other characters adds more entertaining and fun splash to the story. The romance bits also make a great addition, too. I love that the story has a surprising and heart-warming ending. It is a fun, lovely, and heart-warming story, and I love it! I received a free copy of this book via Booksprout and am voluntarily leaving a review.
Living_Life_With_Joy_ 5 months ago
Oh what a fun book! Cats, Chaos, and Condo Board Wars is the epitome of the best kind of romantic comedy! Nikki LeClair has done it again by writing a novel you’ll want to pick up and read in one sitting. It’s filled with fuzzy cats, a rocking career, a charismatic assistant, a possible love interest, and a whole lotta chaos thrown into the mix. I love stories that are written about strong women who aren’t afraid to step up in their careers and kick-ass at everything they do. She may need a bit of convincing from her friends to step up to the plate and battle their condo board president but once she’s in she believes that she can truly make a difference. Hilary’s personality is endearing and I can totally relate to the fact that she not only wants people to like her but that she can’t stand to have people believe false rumors about her. Thus, the informative letters she writes are hilarious and you’ll know what I’m talking about if you go out and read this novel. One of the important themes of the novel is the idea that things aren’t always how they seem and there’s more to people than what can be seen on the surface. It’s important to take the time to get to know others and you might find logical reasons for seemingly illogical actions of self-preservation. The human mind is complex and it was utterly entertaining getting an inside look at these charismatic characters. I’m not sure if there will be another to follow and make a series but I sincerely hope there is more to come!