When a guy is in trouble, he starts making deals with his Creator…and Ambrose the cat is no exception. In danger of losing his ninth and final life, Ambrose makes a desperate plea. He’ll do anything—anything!—if he can just survive and enjoy a nice long, final life. His prayer is answered when a stranger comes along and saves him, and now it looks like he has to hold up his end of the bargain.
The stranger turns out to be a fire fighter named Zach, the quintessential commitment- phobe who’s in need of some serious romantic help. If Ambrose can just bring Zach together with Merilee, the nice lady who works at Pet Palace, it’s bound to earn him a healthy ninth life. Unfortunately for Ambrose, his mission is a lot harder than he ever anticipated. Now it’s going to take all his feline wiles—and a healthy dose of Christmas magic—to bring them all together in time for the holidays.
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However, before she settled into her writing career, she did lots of other things, including owning a singing telegram company and playing in a band. Writing and helping others to find ways to better themselves are her greatest passions and her popular newsletter SUPER YOU, is dedicated to helping women improve their lives.
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Her latest book is the women’s fiction novel, The Nine Lives of Christmas (St. Martin’s Press).
Sheila Roberts lives in the Pacific Northwest. She’s happily married and has three children.
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(see my language post here) and a book that has sexual innuendos and thematic elements. If books were rated as movies I'd say this one would probably get a PG-13 rating. My teen daughter wanted to read it, like me the cover stole her heart, but I told her no and of course told her why and she was fine with that. Yes, we both were very let down on this book I'm sorry to have to write a bad review, but that is my honest opinion about this book. However, those that don't have quite the conservative stand as I will probably totally enjoy Sheila Robert's Ambrose, the cat, and his Christmas novel. It may just steal your heart and become a traditional book read for your holiday enjoyment each year.
A copy of this book was provided for this review by Pump up your Book tours