Friday, October 24, 2014

The Cat's Meow by Mia Dymond---Blog Tour

The Cat's Meow10659054_547605785370496_1845422447020687680_oSynopsis
The Cat’s Meow
SEALS, INC., Book 5
Tess Michaels, bookkeeper and human calculator, keeps business at The Cathouse clearly profitable - until the numbers begin to fade. When the profit margin drops, she realizes that there is no number more final than zero.
Matt Brooks, former Army Ranger and newest member of SEALS, Inc., agrees to investigate, immediately intrigued and aroused by Tess’ numerical ability. Her uncanny love of numbers strikes a chord with his own analytical mind and he soon learns that there is a whole lot more to the sexy number-cruncher than he thought.
Swept into a whirlwind romance, the couple works diligently to discover the cause of the profit loss. Yet when Tess becomes his prime suspect, Matt must do some quick calculations of his own to prove her innocence.

My Review:
I loved this sweet and funny book.  A little intrigue.  This is a sexy book and the author did an amazing job.  Falling in love at first sight is what I think happened with Ranger and Tess.  I will have to find the other books in this series.  I give this book 5 stars.
Ranger stood at the counter, his broad shoulders and muscled biceps on display. His low but rich, deep voice filled the air, traveling the distance to the table and teasing her nerve-endings. The young girl at the counter giggled and then shrugged as she snapped lids on two paper coffee cups. Tess chuckled under her breath. Flirt.
Ranger picked up the cups and then headed toward her, his trademark cocky smirk on his handsome face. Mesmerized by the picture of pure male sauntering her direction, Tess caught a flash of something on his arm, peeking from beneath the cuff of his t-shirt. Something black that she only saw once when he made a certain movement.
She watched closely as he placed the cups on the table and then sat opposite her, curious when she didn’t see the mark again.
“Do you have a tattoo?”
Since she was fairly confident in her observation, she expected a quick admission. Instead, he raised his eyebrows.
“Were you checking me out?”
“No, I just noticed something on your arm. Either you have a major bruise, or you have a tattoo.”
“You were checking me out.”
“Okay, fine. Yes, I was checking you out.” She leaned forward and squinted at his right biceps. “Do you have a tattoo or not?”
“Do you?”
Although his avoidance somewhat irritated her, she found it extremely arousing. Two could play his game.
She leaned back in her chair, crossed her legs, and raised an eyebrow. “Wouldn’t you like to know?”
“You show me yours, I’ll show you mine.”
The Cat’s Meow Playlist
Livin’ On The Edge – Aerosmith
Beautiful – Christina Aguilera
Hell on Heels – Pistol Annie’s
Pour Some Sugar on Me – Def Leppard
Sweet Child O’ Mine - Guns ‘N Roses
Back in Black - AC/DC

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