Maverick Touch: The Cat

Maverick Touch: The Cat

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Maverick Touch: The Cat 2.9 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 7 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
  If you love a good crime mystery then you should definitely check out Maverick Touch: The Cat by Ashley Nemer. I found certain parts of the book could have been an episode of Dexter, which by the way, is my favorite television series. I found myself drawn to the characters. I really enjoyed Nadia's quick wit and daring nature. I love how it starts with something so simple as buying a kitten and turns into such a dangerous adventure for her. If I had anything negative to say it would be simply that the story seemed to move a bit too fast. I like to really get to know the characters and I felt like the book was too short for me to do this. I understand that this is a start to a series, and I intend to keep reading and maybe then I will get to know the characters a little more. I can’t wait to see what mischief Nadia finds in Houston. I give this book 4 out of 5 stars simply because it was too short for the amount of characters that were introduced, but overall it is a fun, enjoyable read.
CDeRuischer More than 1 year ago
A great mystery without all the usual explicit content that make up today’s mystery genre. A return to a time when the mystery was more in the readers mind rather than having it spoon fed to them and their attention retained by the more salacious details of intimate human relationships. The focus on family unity and love was a wonderful balance to the intrigue bubbling under the surface, giving a solid basis for the heroine Nadia’s convictions. Nadia was an easy loving character to her family while being engaging and still carrying off the tough girl image. Her easy acceptance of her best friend Gabe’s lifestyle choice and the loving support she showed was a great message to give the reader, as well as avoiding the typical portrayal of a same sex couple. It was a truer portrayal than most of the ones I have seen currently on television without being awkward or appearing demeaning, something Hollywood could take some lessons in. Nadia’s relationship with Mr. A was the best part, the way they came together while not the typical beginning to a relationship carried the same heart pounding nervousness and daring that many first dates carry. This is a relationship I wouldn’t mind seeing developed further and has the potential to be one of the all-time great couples known for their interactions, not to mention a great first encounter. A wonderful read, I loved it, and would recommend to family and friends without hesitation.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I am giving it a 5 because on my review i accidentally gave it a 3 and i want it to show a 4.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I have been trying different authors and this was truly one of the biggest failures. The book starts out halfway decent and then almost becomes ignorant in its introduction. On page 40 it introduces the books gay person. I am sick of that kind of stuff. Soon as I'm done writing this I delete the book. KathyWeekly
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
This read like a first novel by someone without much training or someone who had read too many pulp fiction romance novels. I would have been greatly disappointed if I'd paid anything for this, but the mystery aspects of the plot were adequate to keep me reading to the end. But I'm not sure it was really that enjoyable or worth my time.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Started out like an ad for kindle. Never got past first chapter.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Good till end, then disappointed. Unfinished.