- By Debi Matlack

Little Big Cat

  • Title: Little Big Cat
  • Author: Debi Matlack
  • ISBN: 9781370877027
  • Page: 156
  • Format: ebook
  • Little Big Cat Maeve Kavanuagh s world already on shaky legs is torn apart after she barely survived a psychic attack from a still unknown entity hell bent on killing her All her filters against the unseen world a

    Maeve Kavanuagh s world, already on shaky legs, is torn apart after she barely survived a psychic attack from a still unknown entity hell bent on killing her All her filters against the unseen world are shredded and every sense is constantly violated by the sixth Seeing ghosts and being a psychic is the norm now, and Maeve is still adjusting, but it s not easy when yourMaeve Kavanuagh s world, already on shaky legs, is torn apart after she barely survived a psychic attack from a still unknown entity hell bent on killing her All her filters against the unseen world are shredded and every sense is constantly violated by the sixth Seeing ghosts and being a psychic is the norm now, and Maeve is still adjusting, but it s not easy when your family mollycoddles you and even the man you love thinks you d be better off in a straitjacket and locked up in the looney bin That kind of protection is the last thing she needs.With all this going on, she might really lose her mind With the looming threat of the creature she thought she d sent packing back to haunt her, Maeve has the fight of her life ahead of her Will the price to be paid to vanquish this evil entity be her own life, or someone else s

    1 thought on “Little Big Cat

    1. Holy cats! What a great conclusion to the story Ms. Matlack began in The Lucky Cat Shop! Maeve Kavanaugh is put through the wringer in this one, but that's to be expected when something truly evil has killed generations of her family, and even killed Maeve once, and wants to have another go at her. And because of that incident, Maeve's unwanted abilities have grown in this book, and not every spirit that wanders through is as cool as the lady who once worked at the pharmacy. Ms. Matlack delved d [...]

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