The Fat Cat by Edie Ramer

Antho-EntangledThe Halloween themed anthology Entangled contains novellas by authors I know and love, and by authors I have yet to try. Edie Ramer was one of those new -to-me authors, but after reading The Fat Cat, Ramer’s contribution to the anthology, she has become one of those authors that I love.

In a battle for the souls of seven women, a wizard has the god of war on his side; all the witch has is a fat, black cat.

The Fat Cat was, simply put, hilarious. Tory, a new witch, wanted a cute female kitten to replace her nasty ex. Instead, she wound up with Samson – an old, fat, black, male cat. But Samson does have good qualities too – he’s telepathic and has a wicked sense of humor. Tory, for her part, was a strong heroine. Both in the sense that she was able to carry around her fat cat and that she had a backbone that wouldn’t let her cower from the evil wizard.

The Fat Cat was short, energetic and had one epic battle of good vs. evil.  Even though Tory, her brother Max and his wife Sorcha all first appeared in one of Ramer’s other ebooks, Cattitude, you don’t have to read it to understand and enjoy The Fat Cat.

If that doesn’t entice you to try out Entangled, then I should add that all proceeds are being donated to the Breast Cancer Research Foundation. A totally worthy cause and all the more reason for you to go out a buy this anthology!

Other stories reviewed from Entangled: (*the stories are being reviewed in order.)

  1. Halloween Frost by Jennifer Estep
  2. The Fat Cat by Edie Ramer
  3. Medium Rare by Nancy Haddock
  4. Sweet Demon by Misty Evans
  5. Sian‘s Solution by Dale Mayer
  6. A Bit of a Bite by Cynthia Eden
  7. Sinfully Sweet by Michelle Miles
  8. A Night of Forever by Lori Brighton
  9. Feel the Magic by Liz Kreger
  10. Breaking Out by Michelle Diener
  11. Ghostly Justice by Allison Brennan
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Casey is the founder of Heart Full of Ink, Director at Reading Until Dawn Con, and a full time cheese addict. She's been ranting and reviewing for Literary Escapism since 2010, and is part of the trio #3Bloggers1Series podcast. When she's not reading, looking for new books, or stalking authors online (waiting for more books), she can be found binge watching Netflix. But really, her life is all about DEM BOOKS!

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  1. I’ve read a couple of Edie’s books and enjoyed all of them. If you like lighthearted books, I’d recommend Cattitude. Dragon Blues and Dead People were more serious

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