We're so excited to host the release day launch for Daisy Prescott's Confessions of a Reformed Tom Cat!! Daisy is sharing an excerpt with us, and a fantastic giveaway, so be sure to read all the way down to check out all the release day excitement!!
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I, Thomas Clifford Donnely, am a manwhore.
I’ve been told I’m irresistible to women. Like catnip for a different type of pussy-cat. I guess you could call me a Tom Cat.
This is the story about how I lost my wingman, broke all my own rules, and found myself falling in love.
Tom Donnelly isn't the marrying kind, or the dating kind. Even after losing his #1 wingman to love, he doesn't see the point in relationships. When his sister's best friend returns to Whidbey Island and propositions Donnelly for a one-night stand, he breaks one of his biggest rules—no fooling around with his sisters' friends. It's just sex, nothing more. That's what Tom does and does well.
What happens when "just sex" isn't enough?
Hailey King is more than a match for Tom's flirtations. She's known him most of her life and has heard the rumors about his "skills" for years. When her perfectly planned future falls apart, will the last man she should ever fall for turn out to be more than a one-night stand?
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Daisy Prescott Bio:
Before writing bestselling contemporary adult romances, I dreamed of being an author while doing a lot of other things. Antiques dealer, baker, blue ribbon pie-maker, fangirl, freelance writer, gardener, pet mom and wife are a few of the other titles I've acquired over the years. Born and raised in San Diego, I currently lives in a real life Stars Hollow in the Boston suburbs with my husband, our dog Hubbell, and an imaginary house goat.
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Tom Donnely owns my soul.
This book should have just been called 'Another perfect Daisy Prescott book' because that is exactly what it is. If you enjoy genuine humor, feel good romance, a true sense of being transported and bearded hotness, then this little kitty is really going to make you purr. Cheeky bearded dudes are my weakness, so this book was like utter manbrosia for me. Daisy Prescott, you really get me.
Good god, Daisy can create an endearing character. In Tom Cat, they are all so appealing, even the ass-sandwiches are dynamic. Daisy writes characters that are you and I, American kids, living real lives, growing up in the heartland. Ok, I know I literally was a Mellencamp song there, shut the hell up. So, Tom and Hailey, the main characters a re so believable as actual people and not just genre archetypes; they are not perfect people made up for a story. I truly loved these characters. I cried for the first time reading this book in both sadness and in happiness. Slow clap Daisy, because I'm becoming a black-hearted bitch in my middling age. But you had me at beard...
Tom Cat is about a stray becoming a housecat, if you catch my drift. The romance itself is fiery and a lot of fun. Tom and Idaho (read the book, all good nicknames are earned) are an even match and their chemistry is explosive and exciting. They are an absolute joy to read about, cry and swoon with. I myself have been chasing Tom's for years and its not getting me anywhere, other than a few fun nights here and there and some gnarly beard burn, but hey, a girl can dream, right? All of us pussies dream of taming a tiger or two. Big props to Hailey for catching the tiger by the tail (that IS his tail, right?)
This is the second Daisy book that I've had the pleasure of reading. I was totally enamored with her style and her personality after reading Missionary Position. But let me tell you, Tom is fantastically better, which I didn't know was possible. Daisy Prescott is just getting better and better, folks. She is definitely my favorite romance author now. Good luck dethroning her, other authorbitches. She could write a book called 'Gerta and the sexy toilet' and I would gleefully read it. I said it in my last review and I'm saying it again, I want Daisy to be my best friend and just write books forever and she can be my beard-finding wingwoman. But seriously, she wrote 'Life without pizza wasn't worth living' as inner monologue. I fucking love this book and I love Daisy Prescott.