Training Cats

Training Cats

by P.D. Singer

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Close enough to touch, and still out of reach--Evan rings the PriceCo pharmacy register for Brent and keeps his thoughts about the pharmacist to himself. He dies a little inside every time he sees Brent with Tyler--why does Brent let that jerk treat him like dirt?

After one humiliation too many, Brent's asking himself that same question. He has a better chance of teaching a cat to sit and stay than of convincing handsome, self-centered Tyler to be thoughtful. It's time to be single again.

With the right bait, Evan can teach a cat to roll over or a man to see what's before his eyes. He might use Kitty Noms, or a touch of kindness, a pinch of consideration, and a trail of M&Ms.

Product Details

BN ID: 2940148510017
Publisher: Rocky Ridge Press
Publication date: 08/01/2013
Series: On Call , #4
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: NOOK Book
File size: 282 KB

About the Author

P.D. Singer lives in Colorado with her slightly bemused husband, two rowdy teenage boys, and thirty pounds of cats. She’s a big believer in research, first-hand if possible, so the reader can be quite certain P.D. has skied down a mountain face-first, been stepped on by rodeo horses, acquired a potato burn or two, and will never, ever, write a novel that includes sky-diving.

When not writing, playing her fiddle, or skiing, she can be found with a book in hand. Her husband blesses the advent of ebooks — they’re staving off the day the house collapses from the weight of the printed page.

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Training Cats 3 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 1 reviews.
Books_on_Silver_Wings More than 1 year ago
Review posted on Books on Silver Wings blog. 3.5 Stars rounded to 3 The book mainly focuses on how Brent accepts that Tyler is a lover that he cannot please and so Tyler is not the right boyfriend for him. Behind the scenes, Evan is watching this couple and waiting for his chance. He places a bet with himself and buys a pack of plain M&Ms to lure in Brent. The change in scenes between Brent and Evan is not very clear and unexpected. The first time I read through it, I was confused on the new set of characters (Evan and his sister). However, after the the second read-through, the extra scenes really help to show Evan's story, his family, and where he's coming from. The pacing is perfect is this story and I can't stop reading to find out how Brent breaks up with Tyler and ends up with Evan. The overall tone is light and fun, very similar to other books in the On Call series. Any book in this series would appeal to cat lovers. Although animals don't make a major contribution in this story, a new pet in the end of the book really connects Brent and Evan. Overall, it's a very sweet and cute short story.