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  • Great read!

    I absolutely loved this easy addictive story about love and marriage, loss and heartbreak, forgiveness, friendship, hope and moving forward. Nancy Jones is a divorcee who works at an elementary school. She keeps to herself and does not socialize with the rest of the staff. She never goes out socially and prefers to stay at home with her 5 cats. I can totally relate to her with the way she cares for and treats her cats like humans since I have 4 cats. A co-worker suggests that she start a pet sitting service and her first customer changes the course of her reclusive lifestyle. This story is guaranteed to tug at your heart strings as the secrets of Nancy's past life unfold. Thank you NetGalley and Bookouture for the opportunity to read an ARC of this wonderfully touching book. I highly recommend it.

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  • Wonderful people dealing with difficult things

    'They Call Me the Cat Lady' is a book I loved reading. I think the characters were great, and often not exactly what I expected them to be when I started reading - although there are exceptions like mr. Loveday, who was an a*hole all along. This book does not shy away from the more difficult subjects of life. It is not the light reading I expected, but it turned out to be exactly what I needed to read. It is just like life does, it throws things and situations in your lap that make that you have to face stuff. I received a free copy through Netgalley in turn for an honest review.

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  • Great

    After reading a couple of Amy Millers Barton family books I downloaded this one thinking it would be of the same era, it’s not and if I had read before buying I probably wouldn’t have got it , saying that I loved it it made I nice change to books set in ww2 that I normally read, I thoroughly recommend this book.

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  • Very moving

    I loved this book it made me cry as it was so moving and i really identified with nancy.

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