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In den malerischen Cotswolds haben Katze Molly und ihr süßer Nachwuchs bei der Cafébesitzerin Debbie ein liebevolles Zuhause gefunden. An kalten Tagen lockt das Café mit heißem Tee und leckerem Kuchen, und alle freuen sich auf ein gemütliches Weihnachtsfest. Doch dann taucht Debbies quirlige Schwester Linda auf. Während sie zu Debbies Entsetzen das Geschäft durcheinanderbr In den malerischen Cotswolds haben Katze Molly und ihr süßer Nachwuchs bei der Cafébesitzerin Debbie ein liebevolles Zuhause gefunden. An kalten Tagen lockt das Café mit heißem Tee und leckerem Kuchen, und alle freuen sich auf ein gemütliches Weihnachtsfest. Doch dann taucht Debbies quirlige Schwester Linda auf. Während sie zu Debbies Entsetzen das Geschäft durcheinanderbringt, jagt ihr Kläffer Beau die Katzen durchs Haus. Molly, die schon einmal auf der Straße leben musste, sieht ihr Zuhause in Gefahr. Und als auch noch eines ihrer Kätzchen verschwindet, kann nur noch ein Weihnachtswunder alle wieder vereinen …


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In den malerischen Cotswolds haben Katze Molly und ihr süßer Nachwuchs bei der Cafébesitzerin Debbie ein liebevolles Zuhause gefunden. An kalten Tagen lockt das Café mit heißem Tee und leckerem Kuchen, und alle freuen sich auf ein gemütliches Weihnachtsfest. Doch dann taucht Debbies quirlige Schwester Linda auf. Während sie zu Debbies Entsetzen das Geschäft durcheinanderbr In den malerischen Cotswolds haben Katze Molly und ihr süßer Nachwuchs bei der Cafébesitzerin Debbie ein liebevolles Zuhause gefunden. An kalten Tagen lockt das Café mit heißem Tee und leckerem Kuchen, und alle freuen sich auf ein gemütliches Weihnachtsfest. Doch dann taucht Debbies quirlige Schwester Linda auf. Während sie zu Debbies Entsetzen das Geschäft durcheinanderbringt, jagt ihr Kläffer Beau die Katzen durchs Haus. Molly, die schon einmal auf der Straße leben musste, sieht ihr Zuhause in Gefahr. Und als auch noch eines ihrer Kätzchen verschwindet, kann nur noch ein Weihnachtswunder alle wieder vereinen …

30 review for Mollys Weihnachtswunder

  1. 4 out of 5

    Carrie

    Christmas at the Cat Cafe by Melissa Daley is the second book in the contemporary Cat Cafe series. When I first noticed this series I thought maybe they were a cozy mystery or romance type of read but what we actually have is the story told from the point of view of Molly the cat and it's actually a lot of fun to read.  In the first book Molly had been a very spoiled feline living with her elderly owner and the two being inseparable. Unfortunately for both Molly and her owner as time passed her o Christmas at the Cat Cafe by Melissa Daley is the second book in the contemporary Cat Cafe series. When I first noticed this series I thought maybe they were a cozy mystery or romance type of read but what we actually have is the story told from the point of view of Molly the cat and it's actually a lot of fun to read.  In the first book Molly had been a very spoiled feline living with her elderly owner and the two being inseparable. Unfortunately for both Molly and her owner as time passed her owner began having issues with her memory and her son decided it was time to move her into a care facility. The son was not a fan of Molly and re-homed her into a place with some big scary dogs in which Molly made the decision to set out to find a new wonderful owner of her own leading her to the doorstep of Debbie. Debbie had been having issues with her business and with some inspiration from Molly the cafe was turned into Molly's Cat Cafe. Things had been well with Molly and Debbie and Molly even had kittens of her own but now Debbie's sister Linda has moved in with not only a dog in the midst but another cat Molly doesn't quite like causing havoc for the holidays.  These books are so cute to read coming from the point of view of a cat, you not only have animals issues to but you do get the conversations and happenings of the humans around Molly which brings in drama and intrigue there for a engaging contemporary tale. The book is one that may bring tears and certainly some laughs along the way too with cat lovers nodding along to some antics.The story is one that may bring tears and certainly some laughs along the way too with cat lovers nodding along to some antics, definitely recommend the series.  I received an advance copy from the publisher via NetGalley. For more reviews please visit https://carriesbookreviews.com/

  2. 4 out of 5

    Jackie Roche

    I would like to thank Helen at TBC and the author for giving me the opportunity to read this which I voluntarily reviewed. This was such a change from my usual diet of murder and mayhem. I thoroughly enjoyed the story of Molly the cat, her kittens and the humans in her life. I love cats and thought a cat cafe was a lovely idea, not realising that they actually existed! My granddaughters also love cats so I bought them both this book. They were so enthralled that they immediately bought book 1 and to I would like to thank Helen at TBC and the author for giving me the opportunity to read this which I voluntarily reviewed. This was such a change from my usual diet of murder and mayhem. I thoroughly enjoyed the story of Molly the cat, her kittens and the humans in her life. I love cats and thought a cat cafe was a lovely idea, not realising that they actually existed! My granddaughters also love cats so I bought them both this book. They were so enthralled that they immediately bought book 1 and told me to tell them when the next book is published. A really feel good novel that is guaranteed to make you smile.

  3. 5 out of 5

    Yvonne

    A cat cafe? A family of cats? I’m there. Being the cat lover that I am, I couldn’t refuse the opportunity to read and review this one. This is the second book in the Cat Cafe series. Even though I haven’t read the first one, I totally enjoyed this book. The author gives readers all the background information needed throughout this book, but I do intend to read the first one. The book is told from the cat’s point of view. I will just get this out there from the start - it is not a paranormal or ma A cat cafe? A family of cats? I’m there. Being the cat lover that I am, I couldn’t refuse the opportunity to read and review this one. This is the second book in the Cat Cafe series. Even though I haven’t read the first one, I totally enjoyed this book. The author gives readers all the background information needed throughout this book, but I do intend to read the first one. The book is told from the cat’s point of view. I will just get this out there from the start - it is not a paranormal or magical book. The cats do not speak to humans and they do not have magical powers. The readers get an insight into what the cats are thinking and how they interpret the human’s actions. The cafe is called Molly’s Cat Cafe. Molly is the main cat and she lives in the cafe with her kittens. Her boyfriend, Jaspar, shows up at meal times. Oh there are humans involved, too. Debbie owns the cafe and lives above it with her college-aged daughter. Everything is perfect, until the arrival of Debbie’s sister Linda. Linda’s marriage has fallen apart and she moves in with Debbie. Did I mention that Linda has a dog named Beau? The cats are not pleased with this turn of events. For that matter, neither is Debbie. Not only is there a dog in their midst, but Linda has decided to use her marketing skills to change things around the cat cafe. Molly is particularly fearful for the future of her family. This is a full-length, delightful story of family, greed, companionship and love. It’s all rolled into one beautifully told tale. It’s perfect for the holiday season. It’s very touching and had me in tears by the end - the good kind of tears. It’s an uplifting book that left me feeling happy and satisfied. Melissa Daley is a new-to-me author, but I will definitely be looking for more books by her. I truly loved her writing style. If I could, I would give this one more than five stars. FTC Disclosure: I voluntarily reviewed an Advance Reader Copy of this book from NetGalley and the publisher. I was not required to write a positive review. All opinions expressed are my own.

  4. 4 out of 5

    Juliette Autumnbook

    3.5 stars What a lovely sequel. This book is a great cozy read. Just what you need in these dark times before Christmas! Read my review on my blog. https://www.julieautumnbook.nl/2020/1... You will find the translation button just on the right side under my about me picture. So you can read it in every language you want! I hope you enjoy! 3.5 stars What a lovely sequel. This book is a great cozy read. Just what you need in these dark times before Christmas! Read my review on my blog. https://www.julieautumnbook.nl/2020/1... You will find the translation button just on the right side under my about me picture. So you can read it in every language you want! I hope you enjoy!

  5. 4 out of 5

    Jenny

    Christmas at the Cat Cafe is book two of the Cat Cafe series by Melissa Daley. Molly the Cat and her feline friends were living in paradise at Stourton-on-the-Hill Cat Cafe with the owner Debbie who provided the community with beautiful treats. However, her haven was threated when Debbie's sister Linda came to stay with her dog, Beau. The readers of Christmas at the Cat Cafe will continue to follow Molly to see what happens to her and her friends. I enjoyed reading Christmas at the Cat Cafe. I li Christmas at the Cat Cafe is book two of the Cat Cafe series by Melissa Daley. Molly the Cat and her feline friends were living in paradise at Stourton-on-the-Hill Cat Cafe with the owner Debbie who provided the community with beautiful treats. However, her haven was threated when Debbie's sister Linda came to stay with her dog, Beau. The readers of Christmas at the Cat Cafe will continue to follow Molly to see what happens to her and her friends. I enjoyed reading Christmas at the Cat Cafe. I like the way; Melissa Daley wrote Christmas at the Cat Cafe through the eyes of Molly the cat. Christmas at the Cat Cafe is well written, and research by Melissa Daley and is the first book I read by her. At times reading Christmas at the Cat Cafe made me laugh with what the characters get up to throughout the book. The readers of Christmas at the Cat Cafe will learn about the importance of having animals in your life. Also, the readers of Christmas at the Cat Cafe will see how money can destroy friends and family because of greed. I recommend this book.

  6. 5 out of 5

    Sue Wallace

    Christmas At the cat cafe by Melissa Daley is a lovely feel good read. The Costwolds' town of Stourton-on-the-Hill has its very own cat café. Resident cat Molly, and her kittens, live here in feline paradise, while owner Debbie serves the locals home-made goodies. But even in the most idyllic surroundings, things don't always go to plan . . . When Debbie's heartbroken sister Linda arrives at the café, Debbie insists she move in. But Linda is not alone, and the cats are devastated with the arrival Christmas At the cat cafe by Melissa Daley is a lovely feel good read. The Costwolds' town of Stourton-on-the-Hill has its very own cat café. Resident cat Molly, and her kittens, live here in feline paradise, while owner Debbie serves the locals home-made goodies. But even in the most idyllic surroundings, things don't always go to plan . . . When Debbie's heartbroken sister Linda arrives at the café, Debbie insists she move in. But Linda is not alone, and the cats are devastated with the arrival of Linda's dog, Beau. Sadly, Beau's arrival is not the only bombshell - now Molly's home is also under threat when a rival cat moves in on her turf. With Christmas approaching, Molly is unsettled, barely roused by the promise of tinsel to play with. Fearing for her feline family she hopelessly stares out of the café window searching for an answer. Only a Christmas miracle could bring everyone together . . This was a lovely feel good read. I love Debs and the cats. Just couldn't put it down. Highly recommended. 5*. I voluntarily reviewed an advanced copy of this book from tbc on fb.

  7. 5 out of 5

    Vanessa Wild

    Another heartwarming episode in the life of the Cat Cafe in the Cotswolds. Like the first book, Molly and the Cat Cafe, the story is told via the delightful voice of Molly the cat, who has just the right amount of superciliousness and superiority in her manner as that of all our feline friends. It is a lovely and humorous little tale with a message for us all. There is darkness amongst the Christmas cheer and celebrations, as it covers such subjects as estrangement, homelessness, misunderstandin Another heartwarming episode in the life of the Cat Cafe in the Cotswolds. Like the first book, Molly and the Cat Cafe, the story is told via the delightful voice of Molly the cat, who has just the right amount of superciliousness and superiority in her manner as that of all our feline friends. It is a lovely and humorous little tale with a message for us all. There is darkness amongst the Christmas cheer and celebrations, as it covers such subjects as estrangement, homelessness, misunderstandings and greed. However, as with all such touching and heartfelt stories, the ending is quite upbeat and is left on a note of optimism. A gentle and captivating read, perfect for the festive season and for cat lovers everywhere! Hopefully, there will be a further book as I love reading about Molly's adventures. Many thanks to TBC on Facebook for giving me the opportunity to read and review this book.

  8. 4 out of 5

    Sue Clement

    A must for all cat lovers out there. A beautiful story told by Molly (a cat). It took me a few chapters to get into as I had never read a book before where the story is told by a cat. However the story was well written and kept the reader absorbed in the story and the lives of Molly and the characters around the cafe. Beautiful and I'll never be able to look at a cat in the same way again. A must for all cat lovers out there. A beautiful story told by Molly (a cat). It took me a few chapters to get into as I had never read a book before where the story is told by a cat. However the story was well written and kept the reader absorbed in the story and the lives of Molly and the characters around the cafe. Beautiful and I'll never be able to look at a cat in the same way again.

  9. 5 out of 5

    Lauren Watkins'x

    I voluntarily reviewed an advanced readers copy of this book via #TBConFB. Told from Molly's (Mum kitty) point of view, this book will grip you from the very first page. It was the title that got me - Cat's & Christmas, what's not to love? A fun Christmas novel that will help get you in the festive mood, recommended to all fans of Rachel Wells. I voluntarily reviewed an advanced readers copy of this book via #TBConFB. Told from Molly's (Mum kitty) point of view, this book will grip you from the very first page. It was the title that got me - Cat's & Christmas, what's not to love? A fun Christmas novel that will help get you in the festive mood, recommended to all fans of Rachel Wells.

  10. 5 out of 5

    Julie Smith

    Told from Molly's (the mother cat) point of view this book is about love, loyalty and ultimately letting go. I really enjoyed this book and could relate to it. Told from Molly's (the mother cat) point of view this book is about love, loyalty and ultimately letting go. I really enjoyed this book and could relate to it.

  11. 5 out of 5

    JoAn

    Christmas at the Cat Cafe by Melissa Daley was a sweet story set in the Cotswolds. Molly, a cat, and her kittens live at Debbie's Cat Cafe in the small town of Stourton-on-the-Hill. Molly is of the opinion that life is perfect but there are some trials ahead for Molly, her kittens and Debbie as Christmas approaches. A smoothly paced plot with a unique viewpoint, Molly's, and likable characters that welcome you into their lives as you read. A lovely afternoon read that reminded me of what Christma Christmas at the Cat Cafe by Melissa Daley was a sweet story set in the Cotswolds. Molly, a cat, and her kittens live at Debbie's Cat Cafe in the small town of Stourton-on-the-Hill. Molly is of the opinion that life is perfect but there are some trials ahead for Molly, her kittens and Debbie as Christmas approaches. A smoothly paced plot with a unique viewpoint, Molly's, and likable characters that welcome you into their lives as you read. A lovely afternoon read that reminded me of what Christmas and family are all about. I voluntarily reviewed an Advance Reader Copy of this book from St. Martin's Press via NetGalley. All of the above opinions are my own.

  12. 4 out of 5

    Lisa Morin

    This is a feel good, fun, holiday story. I always enjoy this type of story year round and this one kept me entertained from the beginning to the end. Thank you to the author, the publisher and NetGalley for approving me to read and review an ARC of this book.

  13. 4 out of 5

    Emma

    Christmas at The Cat Cafe. By Melissa Daley This is the second in a series, but it does not matter so much in this instance as the story is cleverly woven to intimate at all the pertinent back story so as to enable this to stand alone as a beautiful Christmas tale. The continuing story of Molly the cat who is the inspiration for a cat cafe where the feline personalities are just as important as the flavour of the coffee or delicious sweets available behind the counter. Molly and her brood are to al Christmas at The Cat Cafe. By Melissa Daley This is the second in a series, but it does not matter so much in this instance as the story is cleverly woven to intimate at all the pertinent back story so as to enable this to stand alone as a beautiful Christmas tale. The continuing story of Molly the cat who is the inspiration for a cat cafe where the feline personalities are just as important as the flavour of the coffee or delicious sweets available behind the counter. Molly and her brood are to all intents and purposes settled at the Cafe, humans and cats are in a gentle synchronicity until Debbie and Sophie's comfortable bubble is burst in one foul swoop by interfering sister Linda and her (gasp!) hyperactive dog. On the surface this would be a humourous story about cats versus humans or cat versus Dog, but do not be fooled by the beautiful kitten on the truly delightful cover, this story has claws too. It is much more complex and layered, this is a story about family, about abandonment issues, about prioritising love over loyalty and about not judging a person's character or motivations before seeking to hear them express them and the cleverest thing is it is all presented through the eyes of a group of cats and kittens. The book is a lovely Christmas read, but it is not all fluffy tinsel and cocoa, it is dark in places, sad and realistic, but it is hopeful and joyous at it's end which is all one can ask for from Santa himself and prompts me to find out about Molly's origin story in Melissa's previous book too.

  14. 5 out of 5

    Marie

    I voluntarily wrote this review for TBC and the publishers. This is the second book in the Story of Molly the Cat and her kittens - oh and dont forget her family Debbie, her owner and Sophie her daughter. Set in Stourton in a cat cafe we are introduced to Linda - Debbie's sister - who comes with a lot of baggage - including a dog!!! When it seems things cant get much worse for Molly the cat, along comes Ming - a siamese cat who is making herself at home in the cat cafe. Melissa Daley has a brillian I voluntarily wrote this review for TBC and the publishers. This is the second book in the Story of Molly the Cat and her kittens - oh and dont forget her family Debbie, her owner and Sophie her daughter. Set in Stourton in a cat cafe we are introduced to Linda - Debbie's sister - who comes with a lot of baggage - including a dog!!! When it seems things cant get much worse for Molly the cat, along comes Ming - a siamese cat who is making herself at home in the cat cafe. Melissa Daley has a brilliant way of telling a story from the animals point of few - you cannot help but love Molly and her brood. The human characters are also very likeable and you want to find out more about them. The story is lovely and heart warming and is about growing up, love and letting go. I do wish it had been a bit more "christmassy" though - non the less a lovelt tale and i am sure there will be many more Molly the cat books!

  15. 4 out of 5

    Linzie Aucote

    If I could give 4.5 ☆ I would. This is an unusual story and well written, a cat called Molly is the main character with her kittens and their father and then their owner Debbie who runs the cat cafe where they all live. At first I wondered how this story would work but I have to say it was a pleasure to read. Molly's story is lovely and I'm sure many of us can relate to some of the issues she went through. I think this story carries many messages we could all learn from. I received this book fro If I could give 4.5 ☆ I would. This is an unusual story and well written, a cat called Molly is the main character with her kittens and their father and then their owner Debbie who runs the cat cafe where they all live. At first I wondered how this story would work but I have to say it was a pleasure to read. Molly's story is lovely and I'm sure many of us can relate to some of the issues she went through. I think this story carries many messages we could all learn from. I received this book from TBConFB for my honest review.

  16. 5 out of 5

    MetLineReader

    A lovely touching story of Molly which has multiple layers with relationships, affection, adolescence, misjudging people (and cats) and loss. What appears a rather simple book actually has more depth than meets the eye. The author has an easy writing style that draws you in -- I particularly liked the personification of the cats which was done without losing the essence of what it is to be a cat! 3.5 paws from me

  17. 5 out of 5

    Shirley

    I thoroughly enjoyed reading Christmas at the Cat Cafe, it was such a lovely heart warming story that was just perfect to snuggle up with on a cold, wintry morning! Really love the cover of this book, so beautiful!

  18. 5 out of 5

    Sharon

    Absolutely loved this book. I read the first book in the series & this was just as good. Would recommend this to all cat lovers. Thanks to TBC for the review copy in exchange for an honest review.

  19. 4 out of 5

    Susan Johnston

    Princess Fuzzypants here: This is a novel, written in the first purrson, by Molly, the namesake of the Cat Cafe. Life is pretty good for her and her four kittens and their dad who divides his life between being outside and inside. The cat cafe is successful, a warm and welcoming place until the arrival of an uninvited and unexpected visitor: the sister of Molly’s human, Debbie. Debbie is a good hearted person who cannot say no. So when Linda and her yappy dog Beau descend and take over, the calm Princess Fuzzypants here: This is a novel, written in the first purrson, by Molly, the namesake of the Cat Cafe. Life is pretty good for her and her four kittens and their dad who divides his life between being outside and inside. The cat cafe is successful, a warm and welcoming place until the arrival of an uninvited and unexpected visitor: the sister of Molly’s human, Debbie. Debbie is a good hearted person who cannot say no. So when Linda and her yappy dog Beau descend and take over, the calm home is thrown into constant turmoil. Things go from bad to worse when Linda inserts a Siamese cat named Ming into the mix and then decides that Ming should be the focus of the entire cafe. Ming seemingly wants nothing to do with the moggies who inhabit the cafe which sets off a series of unfortunate events that put the safety and happiness of all at risk. Molly is a very sweet kitty but she is wrong. She thinks she is the cause of all the disturbances. Naturally, any cat would know it is never the fault of the cat. The humans are always at fault, This is no exception. Linda’s attempt to bulldoze Debbie and the resentments, both human and feline, of the incursions, is bad enough. When Molly’s former human bequeaths her estate to Molly, things get super complicated. It is enough to try the patience of the most forgiving kitty. Molly and Jasper, her mate, and their kittens are all delightful. Their story is told in an entertaining way with just enough suspense. I know if this was a real spot the next time my parents visited the Cotswolds, Momma would haunt the place. She, and you, will have to be satisfied with a literary visit. I give it five purrs and two paws up.

  20. 5 out of 5

    Dianne

    I liked this book and I liked the way it was told from the cat's POV -but in a way, I also didn't like this book because it just seemed so depressing to me. Lost cats, lost husbands etc. I admit that I AM a big girl and know that kittens leave their mother's and leave the nest (so to speak) but I am also the type of cat lover that doesn't allow her cats out in the world. So I was torn by this book. The POV was refreshing but I found myself wanting to yell at the cat to 'talk to her owner'. The roma I liked this book and I liked the way it was told from the cat's POV -but in a way, I also didn't like this book because it just seemed so depressing to me. Lost cats, lost husbands etc. I admit that I AM a big girl and know that kittens leave their mother's and leave the nest (so to speak) but I am also the type of cat lover that doesn't allow her cats out in the world. So I was torn by this book. The POV was refreshing but I found myself wanting to yell at the cat to 'talk to her owner'. The romance in this book is sweet and subtle and there is no swearing. ARC provided by the publisher.

  21. 4 out of 5

    Penmouse

    Join Molly, Jasper and the rest of the feline gang who tell their stories from their cat point of view as they observe the doings at the Cat Cafe owned by Debbie. Author Melissa Daley's writing has captured the charm of cat ownership, and how cats view the world. The cat illustrations used throughout the book are the icing on the cake, or perhaps you could write Devonshire cream topping your scone. The Christmas at the Cat Cafe book would make a perfect Christmas gift for any cat lover. Highly rec Join Molly, Jasper and the rest of the feline gang who tell their stories from their cat point of view as they observe the doings at the Cat Cafe owned by Debbie. Author Melissa Daley's writing has captured the charm of cat ownership, and how cats view the world. The cat illustrations used throughout the book are the icing on the cake, or perhaps you could write Devonshire cream topping your scone. The Christmas at the Cat Cafe book would make a perfect Christmas gift for any cat lover. Highly recommend. Review written after downloading a galley from NetGalley.

  22. 4 out of 5

    Charline Bonham

    This is a delightful book even though I wasn't sure about it at first. I thought it might be more of a children's book but not at all. It is one that would interest teens though. Molly is the resident cat along with her kittens. Even a cat's life does not run smooth. Debbie runs the cafe and takes care of Molly and her kittens. When her sister comes for a visit everything changes and not always for the best. It takes a while for Debbie to see she must stand up for herself and her family. Delight This is a delightful book even though I wasn't sure about it at first. I thought it might be more of a children's book but not at all. It is one that would interest teens though. Molly is the resident cat along with her kittens. Even a cat's life does not run smooth. Debbie runs the cafe and takes care of Molly and her kittens. When her sister comes for a visit everything changes and not always for the best. It takes a while for Debbie to see she must stand up for herself and her family. Delightful characters.

  23. 4 out of 5

    Ferne

    After reading "Molly and the Cat Cafe" I could not wait to read the sequel and thankfully I purchased both of the titles at the same time. Melissa Daley writes from Molly's (tabby cat) point of view and these two (2) novels are extraordinary and will delight all who have ever shared their life journey with the pitter patter of kittens and cats and especially know the depth of joy that their unconditional love and purrs bring to daily living. After reading "Molly and the Cat Cafe" I could not wait to read the sequel and thankfully I purchased both of the titles at the same time. Melissa Daley writes from Molly's (tabby cat) point of view and these two (2) novels are extraordinary and will delight all who have ever shared their life journey with the pitter patter of kittens and cats and especially know the depth of joy that their unconditional love and purrs bring to daily living.

  24. 5 out of 5

    Literary Redhead

    Who could resist that cover and a holiday story at a kitty café? Not moi! And oh does this darling sequel to Molly and the Cat Café, written from the feline point of view, deliver. 5 of 5 stars! Thanks to the author, the publisher and NetGalley for the review copy. Opinions are mine. Pub Date 23 Oct 2018. #ChristmasAtTheCatCafe.

  25. 5 out of 5

    Nicola Clough

    This was a great follow on from the first book and with it being about Christmas it's even more entertaining and it's such an uplifting read and will have you hooked from the first page and Greta to hear all the antics from the cats. Can Christmas bring everyone together at a difficult time and will the cats all be happy and will the cat cafe be able to continue. This was a great follow on from the first book and with it being about Christmas it's even more entertaining and it's such an uplifting read and will have you hooked from the first page and Greta to hear all the antics from the cats. Can Christmas bring everyone together at a difficult time and will the cats all be happy and will the cat cafe be able to continue.

  26. 5 out of 5

    Manon

    This was such a cute book!

  27. 5 out of 5

    Wouter van Noort

    Slightly less good than the first book, still a joy to read! Will there be a third book?

  28. 4 out of 5

    Jaffareadstoo

    Molly the cat shares her life with her five kittens and her owner Debbie who all live together in the delightful Cotswold town of Stourton-on-the-Hill. Together they run the idyllically named Cat Cafe where tea and biscuits are dispensed with love and wisdom. When Debbie's's erratic sister, Linda arrives complete with her dog, Beau, in tow, well, you can imagine just how the dynamics of the cat cafe changes overnight. What then follows is a delightful tale of how two very different sisters try to Molly the cat shares her life with her five kittens and her owner Debbie who all live together in the delightful Cotswold town of Stourton-on-the-Hill. Together they run the idyllically named Cat Cafe where tea and biscuits are dispensed with love and wisdom. When Debbie's's erratic sister, Linda arrives complete with her dog, Beau, in tow, well, you can imagine just how the dynamics of the cat cafe changes overnight. What then follows is a delightful tale of how two very different sisters try to come to terms with each other's lives, whilst at the same time, the menagerie of animals who must now all live together under the same roof also need to try to get along as best they can. However, for Molly and her family of kittens this is never going to be easy and with Christmas looming and their comfortable home under threat, a Christmas miracle is going to be needed if they are all to stay together. The author has written a lovely story with a real Christmas feel to it which I am sure will delight animal lovers. The cat cafe is one of those places where you really wish you could visit and Molly is the purrfect protagonist and wonderful at recounting the story in her own inimitable style. It also warrants a mention that the book is delightfully presented with a festive cover that really cries out "open me" and that each delightful chapter of the book is headed by a purrfect black and white line drawing of a cat. I think my favourite has to be the cat with the pot of tea ! This was my first visit to the Cat Cafe and I am sure that it won't be my last. I am hopeful that this talented writer will bring us more of Molly's adventures in future stories.

  29. 4 out of 5

    Dianne

    I didn't want to post this as a review that is why I didn't give it any stars -but I can't seem to find an area in which to post my opinion and get it out to all my friends. I really want to read this book when it comes out and its sister novel Molly and the Cat Cafe but when I looked at the price I almost fell off of my chair. My library doesn't have it and no telling if they will buy it if there aren't enough of us asking for it. I can understand that book prices are not going to stay stat I didn't want to post this as a review that is why I didn't give it any stars -but I can't seem to find an area in which to post my opinion and get it out to all my friends. I really want to read this book when it comes out and its sister novel Molly and the Cat Cafe but when I looked at the price I almost fell off of my chair. My library doesn't have it and no telling if they will buy it if there aren't enough of us asking for it. I can understand that book prices are not going to stay static- but lately what I am noticing is that Kindle editions are MORE expensive than the paperback edition and only a tiny bit cheaper than the hardcover. Molly and the Cat Cafe: A Novel (Cat Café) -Kindle $13.99 Read with Our Free App Hardcover $15.56 49 Used from $1.65 42 New from $8.99 Paperback $11.57 27 Used from $0.03 12 New from $7.59 Can someone please explain how something that saves the publisher money should cost the consumer more. I can grasp the idea that Kindle editions take jobs from so many---is that what we are paying for?

  30. 4 out of 5

    Karen • The Book Return

    I received a copy of this book through Netgalley. I love cats so I was really excited to read this one. This is a cute story told from the point of view of a cat named Molly. It tells the story of Molly and her kitten's life at a cat cafe. It also tells about the personal life of Molly's person/the cafe owner Debbie. This was a cute cat-related Christmas story. It didn't have a deep storyline or anything. I did enjoy it though. One thing that did throw me off is that this book is set in the UK. I received a copy of this book through Netgalley. I love cats so I was really excited to read this one. This is a cute story told from the point of view of a cat named Molly. It tells the story of Molly and her kitten's life at a cat cafe. It also tells about the personal life of Molly's person/the cafe owner Debbie. This was a cute cat-related Christmas story. It didn't have a deep storyline or anything. I did enjoy it though. One thing that did throw me off is that this book is set in the UK. Cat cafes and small towns are much different here in the US so I had a hard time picturing the town and cafe setting. Read more reviews on my blog.The Book Return Blog

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