162 print pages
New adult romance
This book will make you laugh out loud, sigh, hug your cat, then hug your boyfriend.
Recipe for love and laughter:
Mix together a story told partially from a quirky, bad-boy cat's point-of-view, one shy, super sweet nerd who builds musical instruments, and one adorable violinist who's afraid to fall in love. Stir in a cat tattoo, a little danger, wry observations and truths about love, a romance in the truest sense of the word, some laugh-out-loud humor, a great in-joke about John Cusack in Say Anything, and you have Geek with the Cat Tattoo.
Shy music geek Emerson Foshay breaks into a cold sweat and is rendered speechless whenever Lola Brown, the girl of his dreams, steps into his guitar shop. But once a stray cat named Sam follows him home, everything changes and Emerson becomes the coolest guy in town.
This is a 31,000 word book, which equates to about 160 print pages.
Although this is part of a series, it can stand on its own. There is no need to read Girl With the Cat Tattoo first.
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About the Author
Theresa Weir (a.k.a. Anne Frasier) is a New York Times and USA Today bestselling author of twenty-four books and numerous short stories that have spanned the genres of suspense, mystery, thriller, romantic suspense, paranormal, fantasy, and memoir. During her award-winning career, she's written for Penguin Putnam, Simon & Schuster, HarperCollins Publishers, Bantam Books/Random House, Silhouette Books, Grand Central Publishing/Hachette, and Amazon's Thomas & Mercer. Her titles have been printed in both hardcover and paperback and translated into twenty languages.