Friday, February 1, 2013

The Cat's Meow Official Blog Tour

Official Blog Tour Stops

Wednesday – January 2nd -     Booked & Loaded
Thursday – January 3rd –   Preternatura
Friday – January 4th  -  Caribbean Accent Book Reviews
Monday – January 7th –   Salacious Reada
Tuesday – January 8th  -  Books-n-Kisses
Wednesday – January 9th  -  Book Lovin’ Mamas
Thursday – January 10th –   Book Monsters
Monday – January 14th –   Bookish Babbles
Tuesday – January 15th  -  AwesomeSauce Book Club
Wednesday – January 16th  –    The Bookaholic Cat
Thursday – January 17th  –    Literary Escapism
Friday – January 18th  –    You Gotta Read Reviews
Monday – January 21st  –   Literal Addiction    \    Book Monster Reviews
Tuesday – January 22th  –    All I Want and More
Wednesday – Jan 23rd  –    Doctor’s Notes
Thursday – January 24th  –    Reading Reality
Monday  – January 28th  –    Ex Libris
Wednesday – January 30th  –     Delphina Readstoomuch
Thursday – January 31st  -  Urban Girl Reader
Friday – February 1st  –    On the Broomstick
Monday – February 4th  –    The Reading Cafe
Friday – February 8th  –    Romancing the Book
Friday – February 8th  –    Nette’s Bookshelf Reviews

Thank you to On the Broomstick for letting me stop by today and share my new release, The Cat’s Meow! I feel right at home here on such an awesome witchy blog!

1. Classic books or erotic romance?

Erotic romance. I need a bit of heat in my books—even if a little—or I get bored really, really, fast!

2. Cheeseburger or sushi?

Sushi—gag. Nope, I can’t do it. In college, I was on a first date and had to try it. That was a horrible experience I’m glad I’ve never repeated. I’ll stick to cheeseburgers, thank you very much!

3. Zombies or vampires-which would win in a battle for world domination?

Zombies, of course! Well, that might be because I’m a huge The Walking Dead fan and…zombies freak me out!

4. Harry Potter or Harry Dresden?

Harry Potter all the way—I love those movies!

5. Chocolate or angel food cake?

While I love angel food cake, nothing comes between chocolate and me!

6. Beach vacation or mountain cabin?

Mountain cabin! However, you’d never hear me complaining about a beach vacation! Actually, I plan to take one in June to Mexico! ;-D

7. Cowboys or aliens?

Gotta love those chaps, cowboy hats, and men who smell of leather and the outdoors. Yep, cowboys all the way!

8. True Blood or Walking Dead?

Well, I’ve already spilled how much I love The Walking Dead. But…deep down, I’m a diehard True Blood fan. Though, I wasn’t crazy about last season of True Blood, so I might change my mind on this one!

9. Pizza or salad (or both?)

Pizza! Greasier the better, I always say!
10. Fight scenes or sex scenes-what is your favorite to write?

Gah! Honestly, I couldn’t pick between those two. I love writing fight scenes because I find them so thrilling. With all the magic being thrown everywhere, lives in danger, and kick-ass fighting, I really love it! But what can I say, I love the smexy stuff, too. So, yep, I’d say both!

The Cat’s Meow
Witch’s Brew Book One
Urban Fantasy Romance
Publisher: Entangled Publishing
ISBN: 9781622668571
Release date: December 13, 2012

A good witch always has a kick-ass back-up plan.

Libby is an Enchantress—a witch gifted by the Goddess to conjure spells. When a magical presence is detected around a recent string of feline slayings, Libby takes the case to uncover the reasons behind the odd deaths. Much to her displeasure, the coven also sends a sexy warlock, Kale, to assist her.

While having the muscle around proves to be useful, fighting the attraction between them is worse than a hex, especially considering Kale is keeping secrets. But soon, Libby has bigger problems than the elusive warlock when her spells turn up clues that point to something far more sinister than slaughtered cats.

Now Libby has landed herself in the midst of an uprising. She trusts no one and isn’t safe—not from the warlocks stirring up trouble. Not from the worrisome rebellion she can’t escape. And certainly not from Kale, who is weaving a very dangerous spell over her heart.



Stacey Kennedy’s novels are lighthearted fantasy with heart-squeezing, thigh-clenching romance, and even give a good chuckle every now and again. But within the stories you’ll also find fast-paced action, life-threatening moments, and a big bad villain who needs to be destroyed. She lives in Southwestern Ontario with her husband and two children. If she’s not plugging away at a new story—which is rare because her muse is annoying—you’ll find her camping, curling up with the latest flick, or obsessing over Sons of Anarchy, Games of Thrones, Supernatural and Dexter.

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The Review:

The Cat's Meow
Stacey Kennedy

Contemporary. Act/Adv.  Sus/Myst.  Paranormal

256 pages

A wonderful witchy tale that will keep you spellbound to be sure.

Libby is an Enchantress that has a mind of her own and frequently speaks her mind very bluntly. She is a very talented witch and works for the coven.  Having been born and grown up with the knowledge that her father was a warlock who left her mother as soon as he found out about the to be child.  Later in life Libby fell in love with a warlock and years into the relationship he dumped her and as a result Libby has no use for warlocks, she just doesn't trust them.

Payton is a fellow witch and her gift is that she can sense magic, they both work for the coven and are the very best of friends.  They are such good friends that Libby even tolerates Payton relationship with a warlock.  It has taken years for Libby to be civil to this warlock but their mutual love for Payton has made the difference.

Payton and Libby have been sent by the coven to investigate the mysterious death of another cat.  Four cats have been gutted and the coven is concerned it might be magic related and want to put a stop to it.

Kade appears at the scene of the last cat gutting and informs Libby that the coven wants him to work with her to get to the bottom of this.  Libby is not happy about this turn in events but she feels that the coven might be testing her and even looking for a reason to kick her out of the coven.  She has no choice but to work with this warlock and does not bite her tongue letting him know that she does not want him around.

Kade does not give Libby any information as to who or what he is other than he is there to help with the cat situation.  In attempts to solve the cat problem they discover an underlying plot to do harm to all and overtake the world for evil.

Libby cannot turn her back on the current problem uncovered but has an inner conflict going on because she is getting mixed feelings about the warlock.  She does not trust warlocks but this one is getting to her.  What is he?  Who is he really??

The Goddess helps Libby and gives her strength to overcome things that threaten.

Kade knows Libby is a powerful witch and tries to help guide her to acknowledge her powers.  Things get dangerously evil and deadly but Libby with the help of the Goddess is able to bring things to safe closure.

Kade finally discloses who he really is and has to gain Libby's trust because he had not been upfront with her and she is so confused about her feelings for him.  She doesn't  know if she can overcome that he was not upfront with her but so much of her wants to forgive him.

5 stars

Victoria Storm

A wonderful and witchy read for all!

1 comment:

  1. I'm so glad I found your blog! It's so great. I like the sound of this book. I'm looking forward to checking it out.