Saturday, September 30, 2017

REVIEW/RELEASE: Untamable by Jamie Schlosser

Genre:  A Standalone Romantic Comedy

Emery Matheson knows pussies. Cats, that is. As the star of a reality show called The Pussy Tamer, it’s his job to fix extreme feline behavioral issues.

When he hears about his next project—a lonely cat hoarder named Estelle—he expects a little old widow, not the blond bombshell who opens the door.

With a 100 percent success rate, Emery has never had trouble finishing a job. But just a few hours into the first day of filming and one thing is clear—Estelle and her band of misfit pussies will give him a run for his money… and his heart.

~Book Review~
5 Meow Stars
“The perfect mix of perverted and heart-warming, it was extremely entertaining.”
Hmmm, I might be stealing Estelle’s line, but her assessment of The Pussy Tamer show aptly captures this story. I really couldn’t sum it up any better, but I’d ever jip this hot and hilarious tale by not giving it the full review so here goes.  

Emery Matheson, 24, has gone from cleaning cat cages to cat shrink in only a few years. His successful show (think Supernanny for felines) lands him back in his hometown for his next assignment—an apartment overrun by cats and an owner who might be his perfect match.
“Fireworks exploded in my belly. To hell with butterflies—this was some good shit.”
I should probably start by talking about the hero and heroine because they were both great and perfect for each other. But I gotta address the other star players first…the cats! Not only were their names classic, but their inclusion was comedic gold. I laughed out loud many times. Then I started reading lines to my hubs. He mistakenly took that as a conversation starter so then I had to tell him to shut up so I could peacefully savior the hot sex scenes. But I digress. I’ve never been so on the edge of my seat over 9 lives before, and I didn’t realize there was so much psychology behind cat behavior.  
Now, Estelle Winters, 23, is so cool. I don’t get to say that too often, sadly, and I feel like “cool” doesn’t even begin to do her justice as a heroine. She’s no doormat, nor is she weak or timid. I totally adored her, and I kinda wanted to hang out with her. That’s saying a lot seeing as how I’m allergic to cats and don’t like rap music. But Estelle’s a bit of a free spirit, sweet, a lot of fun, and has a cool job running a costume shop. Her openness and originality was refreshing. I liked the way Emery rolled too. He’s a really caring good guy with lots of integrity, a total sweetheart. And when Estelle gave up “DIYing” it and turned to Emery for help, well they were just hot together.
 “Her scream echoed off the wall, and a roar left me as my balls drew up tight, blinding pleasure slamming through my body.”
Told via their dual first person POV, this is a low angst, sweet and sexy romcom. A pleasingly feel good story...if you were having a bad day, this would be the one to pick up and put a smile on your face.


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Jamie Schlosser grew up on a farm in Illinois surrounded by cornfields. Although she no longer lives in the country, her dream is to return to rural living someday. As a stay-at-home mom, she spends most of her days running back and forth between her two wonderful kids and her laptop. She loves her family, iced coffee, and happily-ever-afters.


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