Review: Call Me Cat (Call Me Cat Trilogy #1) by Karpov Kinrade
"Make me forget about everything except you."
Catelyn Travis is a good girl who gets good grades in law school, doesn’t date and never gets into trouble.
But when a run of bad luck threatens to destroy everything she's worked for, she's forced to become Cat, phone sex goddess who fulfills the fantasies of her clients night after night.
When she meets Ashton Davenport the Third, bad boy biker billionaire, she knows to stay away. But when he calls her alter ego, Cat, she has no choice but to fall for the sexy stranger.
Now her life is spiraling out of control as she struggles to keep her two identities separate, but there's one person who knows her secret.
And he'll stop at nothing to destroy her, just like he destroyed her parents.
Threatened at every turn, her life crumbling around her, Catelyn must decide who she can trust, because the wrong choice could end her life.
Contains mature content.
After reading the blurb, I knew that I had to give this book a try. This duo author has a way of capturing you inside their world no matter what book you are reading. With Call Me Cat, we get into Catelyn's world. She is trying her hardest to get through law school and has had a pretty crappy teenage life. Both of her parents were taken from her and she has been haunted ever since.
When deciding she needed to find a good paying job to help pay her bills and for food she takes on a job as a Phone Sex Operator. How kinky right. Especially since she is a virgin. I can not even imagine talking dirty and not having the experience. I have to say I enjoyed how she did her research to learn how to talk dirty lol. That is until she meets bad biker boy Ashton or better knows as Ash.
He calls her while she is working but of course has no clue what so ever that both Cat and Catelyn are the same person. And he has been pursuing Catelyn but she isn't giving into his charms.
There is a bit of suspense wrapped in this story as we find out Catelyn is being watched and we are kept guessing well after the ending. This was a very good story, yes there is talk of sex scenes and an actually sex scene but nothing too severe. I think the only thing that bothered me a bit was when Cat got one call from a guy who had a disturbing fantasy to be played out, but I do know that there are people out there that have those kind of fantasies and there is a special kind of hell in place for them.
We see Cat struggle at times with her job, she knows it isn't something that she should be doing but it is what pays the bills and will help her finish college.
Now the ending OMG!!! I was literally in the bathtub reading this book, and when I got to the ending I want to throw my kindle just because of the cliffhanger. I have read cliffhangers before but I have never read one like this that I wanted to rush out and buy book two to find out what does Ash need to tell Catelyn. I am so very intrigued I just have a feeling that the serial killer has something to do with Ash and his family.
Karpov Kinrade is the pen name for the husband and wife writing duo of bestselling, award-winning authors Kimberly Kinrade and Dmytry Karpov.
Together, they write fantasy, paranormal, mystery, contemporary and romance and hook readers into new and exciting worlds that will leave you laughing your ass off, crying your heart out and falling in love.
Look for more from Karpov Kinrade in the Kiss Me series, Seduced Saga, the Forbidden Trilogy and more coming soon.
They live with three little girls who think they’re ninja princesses with super powers and who are also showing a propensity for telling tall tales and using the written word to weave stories of wonder and magic.