Cat Lady: The hot, must-read Richard & Judy Book Club novel for summer 2023 from the Sunday Times bestselling author

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Cat Lady: The hot, must-read Richard & Judy Book Club novel for summer 2023 from the Sunday Times bestselling author

Cat Lady: The hot, must-read Richard & Judy Book Club novel for summer 2023 from the Sunday Times bestselling author

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This is a book that tries humour but its not a funny book because there is too much tragedy behind it.

Over the course of the book her life spirals in all different ways possible, and you do feel sorry for her as a character. I've read reviews that said people laughed out loud at this - I was the opposite, I cried several times and found the whole story really sad. I did enjoy the development of some of the characters, especially (colleague designer) and how she fought for what she believed to be right within the company, even if it did feel a little half- hearted at times. Trying to get back into reading and this book kept me wanting to continue and found it funny in spots, also relatable if you have a cat you love. But then everything tips, Mia is heartbroken and goes through one of the hardest times of her life - and is surprised at the peace and love she'll find along the way.

Mia really goes through the motions in this, and there are other characters that I loved to hate, and times I wanted to scream at them. OK so she loves her cat Pigeon more than her husband Tristan, is irritated by most of her colleagues, has no friends, and has to put up with her husband’s awful ex-wife Belinda for the sake of her stepson Oliver - but whose life is perfect? The 103 third parties who use cookies on this service do so for their purposes of displaying and measuring personalized ads, generating audience insights, and developing and improving products. Mia is 45, and happily married (separate bedrooms), lives in a nice house (originally bought by her hubby and his first wife), is a great step mum (although the first wife/mother is always popping round); has a great job (she has to micromanage the gormless chief executive) and is in love (with her cat, 'Pigeon') and is pretty much living the ideal conventional life, but is this the life that Mia wants?

I am not an expert in anything, but just a person with access to the internet who is trying to learn and make sense of the world!Somehow DO'P has missed that mothers day is always a Sunday and has her characters going to work that day which doesn't make any sense. designs dresses for Joanie Clothing, LOVES Instagram, and has a large following on her Patreon blog. DAWN O'PORTER lives in Los Angeles with her husband Chris, her two boys Art and Valentine, cats Myrtle and Boo.

With the added complication of having her husband's ex-wife drop in unannounced, let me tell you, I would be insisting upon some strict boundaries. I found the special relationships that people have with their pets very moving, and how deep the grief can be when they die. I've found with other Dawn O'Porter novels that her characters aren't fleshed out very well and it's still the case in this novel.Mia, the career woman: Determined to bring Isabella May jewellery to the big leagues, Mia doesn't put up with any nonsense at work - even if it's coming from her boss, a rich millennial. She has made thirteen documentaries about all sorts of things, including polygamy, childbirth, geishas, body image, breast cancer and even the movie DIRTY DANCING. I tried to persevere with it and see if it could get any better (or worse) but it just started to make me feel so uncomfortable that I just couldn’t carry on. Her only mainstay her beloved cat Pigeon (the absolute star of this book) It’s quirky,it’s cringy,it’s sad,it’s amusing,it’s over the top situations.

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