I spent the very busy last weekend (It was a long weekend here in Canada) with Kathi Daley's book Kitten Kaboodle, so nice to spend the weekend with friends. So much happens in this book and cozy town it really felt like a great weekend get away, well except for the murder and all. Kathi just has a way of writing that makes you feel so welcome, so comfortable and completely invested in the characters and fuzzy friends. It is such a delight to have this book on my table and now in my heart.
Zak's honorary grandmother Nona decides to come to Ashton Falls for the summer. After arriving she meets and befriends an animal activist set on shutting down a kitten mill just outside of town. When the kitten mill owner is found dead on her barn floor, Nona becomes the prime suspect and Zoe sets out to prove her innocence. Kitten Kaboodle is chalked full of humor, surprises, and life changing events, as we discover who really framed Nona, the reason behind a visit from Zak’s mother, and Ellie’s shocking secret.
I don't know how Kathi does it each and every time but some how she has the right formula and balance in each of her books that draws me in every time. Her series are delightful and the best part is there are so many stories in them you will not be with out something to read for quite a while! If you are looking for an established series, to keep you entertained and engaged please visit Kathi Daley's website to learn more by clicking here.