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Cattitude (Cattitude #1)

3.78 of 5 stars 3.78  ·  rating details  ·  147 ratings  ·  59 reviews
It's all in the Cattitude...

After Belle the cat switches bodies with a psychic on the run from a murderer, she wants her perfect cat body back instead of this furless human one. But she doesn't count on falling in love with her former owner. Or that a CEO and a beauty queen want to use up her nine lives. Now is her chance to prove anything a human can do, a cat can do bett
Kindle Edition, 307 pages
Published August 25th 2010 by Blue Walrus Books
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What a silly, stupid, and pointless book.

... And I actually stayed up late reading that drivel because I could not put it down.

Seriously, this was a lot of fun! It was very silly and pretty darn pointless, but let's be real... it's a book about this cat who swaps bodies with a lady, both of which who have murderous crazy people after them. What I liked most about this book is that it didn't pretend to be anything more than what it is - just a cute little fun break from reality. There was no try
Marilyn Brant
I've just begun reading this book and, already, I think it's fabulous and funny! Terrific characterizations and an intriguing premise keep me looking forward to more.

ETA: This book is just delightful!! The characters and the comedy kept me reading, even during an intensely busy time. More to come soon, as far as a full review, but I highly recommend this story and look forward to more by Ms. Ramer!

I fell in love with CATTITUDE immediately. The witty and utterly delightful internal monolog
Laurie Garrison
Good mystery, very sweet romance with lots of humor. If you love cats you need to try this book. There is a great cast of characters to enjoy. This is a fun and light read not for those who takes their story serious. I would recommend this to PNR reader that likes their stories light on the sexual side.

This book is for people that wouldn’t mind a cat swapping souls with a human and for that cat to use that body *clears throat* for things LOL.
I found Belle very witty, smart and possessive to Max
This is one of the multitude of ebooks on my To Be Read list that have sat for a couple of years or more before cracking it open and diving in. After reading another book that also released free from Edie Ramer that involved animal characters as the focal point to the story was really looking forward to this book.

Belle as a cat is pretty predictable, as a human female once she switches bodies with Sorcha she is totally outrageous but in a good way.

The romance elements take place very few and far
Lilac Wolf
From Lilac Wolf and Stuff

It's a body switch story, except it's between a human woman (who happens to be psychic) and a female cat. Belle, the cat, who finds she generally dislikes how complicated it is to be human. I love that she doesn't let anyone get to her, and continues to come and go as she pleases and does what she wants, she stays very catlike in attitude. Highlight of being human? Learning to use the can opener so she can eat tuna anytime. Also she learns how to read and gets sucked int
Belle is happy with her life as a cat, she lives with her owner Max and is adored by him and his brother & sister. She rules the roost as all cats do and is fed, petted and fussed over on demand - it's a cats life! When she is in an accident and exchanges bodies with a human she is horrified with her new hairless, clumsy body and wants nothing more than to go back to her life as a cat. However with more than one person out to get her she is going to have to use all her cat wiles to make sure ...more
Jan 18, 2012 Jeffrey rated it 4 of 5 stars
Recommends it for: cat lovers, adults, those with a fun attitude.
Great fun story. Kept me wondering how it could work out until the very end.
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It's all in the Cattitude...After Belle the cat switches bodies with a psychic on the run from a murderer, she wants her perfect cat body back instead of this furless human one. But she doesn't count on falling in love with her former owner. Or that a CEO and a beauty queen want to use up her nine lives. Now is her chance to prove anything a human can do, a cat can do better."Cattitude is a magical tale that yo
Purr More, Censor Less
I quite enjoyed this light romantic tale of body switching. As an owner of three cats, I have to admit I may be a little biased. I gravitate to cat-based stories like a dog to a chew toy, but the story still needs to hold its own and this one certainly did.

Belle (the cat) and Sorcha (the human) switch bodies (or souls, if you prefer) and experience what it is like to live like the other. They must adapt to their new experiences while dealing with murderers, unfamiliar amorous feelings, mean nann
Kelli (I'd So Rather Be Reading)
This was a fun, quirky read. Belle is a cat who is adored by her human, Max. One day Max's evil former beauty queen interior designer throws Belle in front of a car to kill her. The woman driving the car, Sorcha, and Belle somehow exchange bodies and Belle ends up in a human body. Sorcha the psychic ends up in Belle's cat body.

The book follows the three women: Belle the cat turned human, Sorcha the human turned cat, and Caroline the interior designer who has designs on Max. The one character I
Lady Raven RAVE!
Now I know I gave this book 3 stars but I liked it draws you In From the moment you start reading. Kad I was kind of wireded out with the 5 wives thing but it goes well with this story . Loved Varene, they are both from fueding sides but needed her help to heal his people who are sick but with all the issues they face they seem to connect with each other and the rest they say is history. Like I said not a bad read but it wasnt a great read for me also. The author incorporated a lot of elements i ...more
This was a cute fun read. I thought the storyline was unique and different. The story is about a cat named Belle and her human owner Max. Max is headstrong and the man in his family. After his father's death, at the age of 12 Max took over the company and took over as head of the family. He is the type who makes all the decisons and is the one in charge. Max rescued Belle and the two had a fun home life. Belle is a cat and is stubborn and is used to getting her own way, until Caroline moves in. ...more
holly quigley
Read this book.

My 4-star rating is a high 4 stars, docked from 5 because yes, Cattitude could probably-perhaps have benefited from some stream-line editing, and because something was wonky with the e-book formatting. Which, in today's market, counts as a critique.

Cattitude was not the 1600 pages long that my paid-for-through-BN copy showed it to be, thank goodness. The cover file was tiny, and there were page-gaps between chapters.

The suspense part of the plot could maybe have stood tightenin
Michelle (Clover Hill Book Reviews)
This review is also on my blog, Clover Hill Book Reviews.

The cover on this is quite fun, and gives you a good idea what the main plot is about. I like the shades of purple and pink used as well, and the wispy detail of Belle's tail on the cover. What the cover won't tell you is the fantastic storyline which meld with the feline story.

I thoroughly enjoyed this book. I'm a cat person, and the idea of this book intrigued me from the synopsis. The plot far exceeded what I thought it might be, the ch
Hilarious and entertaining! Cattitude was intriguing, let's face it a cat turning into human and having to adjust to walking, eating, learning to talk and read, and yikes, taking a SHOWER for crying out loud. I absolutely loved all Belle's and Max's parts of the book! Cattitude is fresh, new and hilarious!

Now the the critique part... There were too many point-of-views that distracted a reader from the story and it slows the book down, if it had been up to me I would have cut off Gwen and Phil's
Patricia Mason
I LOVED this book. As a cat lover, I was drawn to the tagline: Anything a human can do a cat can do better. How perfect! That's a sentiment I see my cat thinking every day. In her heroine, Belle, Edie Ramer has managed to capture the feline thought process and translate it into a humorous and endearing character who charmed me from the first page. The book is often laugh out loud funny, as when Belle is considering living life as a woman instead of a cat and decides she'd rather have a hairball ...more
At first, I had issues with the way characters were kinda put out there right out the gate. It was not a bad thing, it had more to do with me and my recent reading habits. I have been reading two person books... maybe three... So, I was not in the frame of mind to read and remember all these characters. I actually put it down for a little while. Okay... it was only like for about an hour because I simply had to know what happened to Belle and Max. Ms. Edie did an awesome job of roping me in! And ...more
Mary Grace
Cattitude is about Belle and Sorcha who are too different from one another. For one, Belle is a cat and Sorcha a psychic but both have something in common - someone wants to kill them. Belle enjoys her life with Max and his family after she was saved when she was a kitten. Sorcha is a psychic who was used by her boyfriend to take advantage of a rich man. Belle's problems started when she kept messing around with Caroline who wants to marry Max out of his money and Sorcha tries to run away from h ...more
DelAnne Frazee
Title: Cattitude
Author: Edie Ramer
Publisher: Blue Walrus Books
Published: 8-25-2010
ISBN: 978-0-985643-73-7
E-Book ASIN: B0040ZN224
Pages: 307
Genre: Romance
Tags: Paranormal Romance, Humor, Comedy & Entertainment

This book is for all the cat owners who have ever looked at their cats and wondered, "What is that cat thinking?" Here is you chance to find out. On a lonely road just a short walk from Max Brannigan's house, Sorcha Anders is running from a murderer when Max's Cousin's murderous widow th
Evelyn Amaro
Edie Ramer did a phenomenal job in writing a book that truly has it all! It is fun, funny, dangerous, mysterious, and filled with a perfect combination of suspense and romance. It's Chick-Lit meets Paranormal Romance, and the combination is explosive! Check out my interview with author Edie Ramer on

Belle is a cat that has it all - a beautiful home, an owner (Max) who adores her, and naps in the bed. Her world is turned upside down when Caroline, a widow currently living in Be
Belle the cat has a perfect life with her owner Max--that is until the pretty and dangerous Caroline decides that Belle is fouling up Caroline’s plan to marry Max. Caroline catnaps Belle and flings her in the road, hoping she’ll get killed by a car.

Sacha Anders has a shadowy life. A psychic who's witnessed a murder, Sacha finds herself frantically driving to escape the killer. When she hits a cat, it looks like it’s the end for both of them.

But Belle and Sacha don’t die. They switch bodies--an
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Marcela (BookaholicCat)
Belle has a cat’s dream life next to her lovely owner Max, but when evil Caroline set her eyes on Max and his wallet Belle knows she has to do anything in her paws to stop her advances. Caroline knows that Belle is an obstacle in her plans to get Max and decides to get rid of Belle throwing her onto a speeding car on the road.
Sorcha is a psychic who got involved with the wrong man, while trying to escape from him she gets into a car accident with a cat, a cat that came out of nowhere to her wind
Joe Fraser
Edie Ramer’s debut novel, Cattitude is a clever, sometimes laugh-out-loud story about a woman and cat who change bodies. Two untidy romances follow on the heels of the transformation. Cat turned woman falls for her owner, and woman turned cat falls for a little girl with a heart of gold and a deep longing for . . . you guessed it . . . a cat! A gun wielding killer and gold-digging floozy add just enough danger and conflict to carry the story nicely from start to finish.

As a snobbish reader who g
Cattitude is full of sass and quirkiness. This cute, original story features Belle, whose owner, Max, is being stalked by the gold-digging Caroline. Caroline wants Max’s millions but not his cat. Fortunately, Belle survives being thrown in front of a car by the evil Caroline, and ends up trading bodies with the driver, Sorcha, who’s a psychic.

Belle’s and Sorcha’s lives become interesting and crazy, but even as Belle grows to like her human body more and more as she falls in love with Max, she re
Really great story. Bella was a cat who loved her family and saw a threat. Sorcha was a psychic who had been searching for love all her life and never actually found it. After an accident Bella and Sorcha swapped bodies and had to learn to exist all over again. Did they return to the old to save the other or go for a new life they really wanted all along? I loved it!
Lainey Bancroft
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I loved the originality of this novel, the sort of "Little Mermaid" gone horribly wrong! Belle is scrumptious in her "Cattitude" and I simply loved how she modelled pretty much everything based on a Soap Opera! Simply delicious.

The only negative thing I would say about it, and the reason this gets 4 stars, is that at some point, there were just too many characters thrown in the mix. Though it was well done, it was still, nonetheless, a bit confusing.

All in all, this is one novel I would strongly
Jemma Gutierrez
A delightful and humurous read. Our hero is hot and our heroine (a cat/woman) is amusing and entertaing.
This tells a story about a cat who wakes up inside a woman's body. It looks simple and light, or at least that's what i thought, but it's more than that. THe characters were engaging and it did evoke emotions from me.There was a good suspense and some thrilling twists and turns.
Look, im really sleepy right now. I finished this book in like 11 pm and the bed looks so tempting. Let's just say t
I just reviewed CATTITUDE.
Edie Ramer knows cats and people. Her book CATITUDE is a fun read with interesting characters and a plot that keeps you guessing until the very end as to how Belle and Max will get their Happily Ever After. I enjoyed watching Belle grow from a four-legged feline female to a full-fledged human woman. Ms Ramer skillfully weaves the strands of all the subplots without losing track of the main story line. The secondary story of Sorcha and Gwen will tug at your heartstrings.
Lauralynn Elliott
This book made me emotional. There was one part that made me actually sob out loud (which just DOES NOT happen). There was so much in this book. Sorrow, anger, plotting, hatred, responsibility, just goes on and on. I felt like I was on a roller coaster of emotions when I read this book. I thought a book about a woman and a cat changing bodies would be light reading, but not so. I loved the writing style of this author as well as the entertainment value of the book. A great read!
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I'm funnier on the page than in real life. A multiple award-winning writer, I write stories with heart, attitude, and magic. I live in southeastern Wisconsin with my husband, dog and cat.

In addition to my Miracle Interrupted series, I'm published in paranormal and sci fi romance, plus a humorous mystery. I co-edited ENTANGLED, A PARANORMAL ANTHOLOGY, with all the proceeds going to cancer research.
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