Õ Geek with the Cat Tattoo || ☆ PDF Read by ✓ Theresa Weir

  • Title: Geek with the Cat Tattoo
  • Author: Theresa Weir
  • ISBN: 9781494440657
  • Page: 498
  • Format: Paperback

  • Shy music geek Emerson Foshay breaks into a cold sweat and is rendered speechless whenever Lola Brown, the girl of his dreams, steps into his guitar shop But once a stray cat named Sam follows him home, everything changes and Emerson becomes the coolest guy in town Setting Minneapolis, Minnesota Cast of main characters Emerson Foshay, shy music geek Lola Brown, Melody Shy music geek Emerson Foshay breaks into a cold sweat and is rendered speechless whenever Lola Brown, the girl of his dreams, steps into his guitar shop But once a stray cat named Sam follows him home, everything changes and Emerson becomes the coolest guy in town Setting Minneapolis, Minnesota Cast of main characters Emerson Foshay, shy music geek Lola Brown, Melody s Girl With the Cat Tattoo sister Sam the cat, Max s Girl With the Cat Tattoo brother
    Theresa Weir
    Theresa Weir a.k.a Anne Frasier is a New York Times and USA Today bestselling author of twenty six books and numerous short stories that have spanned the genres of suspense, mystery, thriller, romantic suspense, paranormal, fantasy, and memoir During her award winning career, she s written for Penguin Putnam, Simon Schuster, HarperCollins Publishers, Bantam Books Random House, Silhouette Books, Grand Central Publishing Hachette, and s Thomas Mercer Her titles have been printed in both hardcover and paperback and translated into twenty languages Her first memoir, THE ORCHARD, was a 2011 Oprah Magazine Fall Pick, Number Two on the Indie Next list, a featured B review in Entertainment Weekly, and a Librarians Best Books of 2011 Her second memoir, THE MAN WHO LEFT, was a New York Times Bestseller Going back to 1988, Weir s debut title was the cult phenomenon LILY, initially published by Pocket Books and later reissued by Bantam Books Writing as Theresa Weir, she won a RITA for romantic suspense COOL SHADE , and a year later the Daphne du Maurier for paranormal romance BAD KARMA In her recent Anne Frasier career, her thriller and suspense titles hit the USA Today list HUSH, SLEEP TIGHT, PLAY DEAD and were featured in Mystery Guild, Literary Guild, and Book of the Month Club HUSH was both a RITA and Daphne du Maurier finalist THE ORCHARDAn Oprah Magazine Fall Pick Featured B Review in Entertainment WeeklyNumber Two on October Indie Next ListBJ s Book Club SpotlightLIbrarians Best Books of 2011Maclean s Top Books of 2011On Point NPR Best Books of 2011Abrams Best of 2011Publishers Lunch Publishers Weekly Favorite Books of 2011Eighth Annual One Book, One Community 2012, Excelsior, MinnesotaTarget Book Club Pick, September 2012theresaweirTitle ListWriting as ANNE FRASIERHush, USA Today bestseller, RITA finalist, Daphne du Maurier finalist 2002 Sleep Tight, USA Today bestseller 2003 Play Dead, USA Today bestseller 2004 Before I Wake 2005 Pale Immortal 2006 Garden of Darkness, RITA finalist 2007 Once Upon a Crime anthology, Santa s Little Helper 2009 The Lineup, Poems on Crime, Home 2010 Discount Noir anthology, Crack House 2010 Deadly Treats Halloween anthology, editor and contributor, The Replacement September 2011 Once Upon a Crime anthology, Red Cadillac April 2012 Woman in a Black Veil July 2012 Dark Volume 1 short stories, July 2012 Dark Volume 2 short stories, July 2012 Black Tupelo short story collection July 2012 Girls from the North Country short story, August 2012 Made of Stars short story, August 2012 Stars short story collection, August 2012 Zero Plus Seven anthology, 2013 Stay Dead April 2014 Writing as THERESA WEIRThe Forever Man 1988 Lily, RITA finalist, Best New Adventure Writer award, Romantic Times 1988 Loving Jenny 1989 Pictures of Emily 1990 Iguana Bay 1990 Forever 1991 Last Summer 1992 One Fine Day 1994 Long Night Moon, Reviewer s Choice Award, Romantic Times 1995 American Dreamer 1997 Some Kind of Magic 1998 Cool Shade RITA winner, romantic suspense 1998 Bad Karma, Daphne du Maurier award, paranormal 1999 Max Under the Stars, short story 2010 The Orchard, a memoir September 2011 The Man Who Left , a memoir and New York Times bestseller April 2012 The Girl with the Cat Tattoo June 2012 Made of Stars August 2012 Come As You Are October 2013 The Geek with the Cat Tattoo December 2013


    3.5 Stars! Quirky, sweet read!!Wasn't quite sure what to expect here, since part of the book is from a matchmaking cat's point-of-view, but after few pages, I settled in and enjoyed it very much. There's an underlying message here, but you don't really see it until you get into Emerson head, the adorable, humble, and incredibly shy geeky hero in this book. Bottom line, having a pet can be very therapeutic, they don't judge and in some cases can give us give us the strength to overcome. We've all [...]

    3.5Cute romance with a meddling cat who has some mystical powers. I knew there was something up with those furry beasties ! Anyway this kitty is messing with owners minds, moving through them looking for that one who will be his. After being thrown out by super duper jerk he wanders down busy streets until he meets a introverted nerd desperately in need of a cat intervention. He likes girl but is too shy to act on it. There is a lot more happening you'll have to read about it. I enjoyed it, the [...]

    Geek with the Cat TattooHaving read “Girl with the Cat Tattoo”, I couldn’t imagine how a geek guy could have a bond with a cat that would be even half as interesting or captivating. It’s a good thing Theresa Weir has more imagination and creativity than I do because I became so immersed in Sam’s story that I read the entire book in one sitting! I may have enjoyed this “Boy” story more than the “Girl” story because I felt the emotional angst of Emerson so much that I wanted what [...]

    Penny Watson
    LOVED!!!!!! This was sooooo sweet and funny and romantic and lovely!For a full review, please go to Penelope's Romance Reviewsnnyromance/2013/12/rThis is in my HIGHEST RECOMMENDATION category. Grade: A++++++++

    Rating 3.5 starsWhat I really like about Theresa Weir's writing is that she doesn't write traditional romance and what I mean by traditional is over the top, drama filled romance and this series is certainly not traditional. I mean which book features:a) A cat?b) A cat who acts like a match-maker?c)A cat who can control his owners actions?Yes to all of the above, for this is what happens in Geek with the Cat Tattoo where Sam, our cat manages to find himself a new owner, a guy who is shy and who [...]

    Sharon L
    For more reviews visit The Accidental ReaderSince this is a short one, I'm gonna keep it short (I'm also trying to learn to control the length of my reviews so yay me :P)This is the story of geeks Emerson and Lola and one special cat named Sam. And, IMO, it is one of the sweetest love stories I had the pleasure to read [and I do plan to read more books by Teresa Weir.First of all, the writing is quite simple but still I found it held some magic. It was so easy to imagine everything, almost like [...]

    Geek with the Cat Tattoo isn't your ordinary romance. This was actually a very sweet and romantic story about a geek, a girl and yes the cat who played kind of matchmaker and who may or may not influence human thoughts. For a novella it was just right. Everything flowed, the words, the plot, the two, okay, three main characters. I adored Emmerson and Lola. The interactions between them was simply magic. This was the kind of romance that just gets you feeling happy. It wasn't a mushy romance, in [...]

    more like 3.5 but I rounded up just because Edit. Rounded down to 3.

    Let's see what a cat's POV sounds like :)3.5 starsI picked this book because I was intrigued by the blurb and the promise of a cat's POV. What I got was Sam, a rather special cat with extraordinary abilities to plant thoughts in the minds of his owner. I have to admit it was a little scary at points but overall I really enjoyed his voice.I liked the writing style of Ms Weir very much. It was succinct just hinting at things and leaving the rest to the reader's imagination. Despite the multiple PO [...]

    I have mixed feelings about this book. I was on a geek kick so I thought this would be the perfect way to get my fix. Except the main character, Emerson (love the name btw), isn’t so much a geek as awkward as all hell. It wasn’t exactly what I was looking for but I went with it. I was also surprised at how short this book was. I would actually call it a short story or novella, although I guess if I had taken a look at the word count before diving in I would have noticed it was on the small s [...]

    Shari Larsen
    This is the sequel to The Girl with the Cat Tattoo, but it also works as a stand-alone story. Like the first book, part of the story is told from the point of view of a cat. The cat in this story, Sam, just happens to be the long-lost brother of Max, the cat from the first story.After Sam is thrown out by his third owner, he found is by shy music geek Emerson Foshay. He breaks into a cold sweat and is rendered speechless whenever the girl of his dreams, Lola Brown, walks into his guitar shop. (L [...]

    2.5 – 3 starsThe best word I can think of to describe The Geek with the Cat Tattoo is pleasant. This is a quick read that switch POVs of between multiple characters (though the focus is on two people: Emerson and the cat), and admittedly predictable. The writing was clear, concise, and appropriate dosages of imagery.The characters were the primary drawback for me. Nothing was specifically wrong with them, but neither was anything interesting. They were mostly flat. Emerson, the insecure and in [...]

    I wasn't sure what to think of this one, but the synopsis sounded cute and it was. Sam is a cat in search of a new owner. He finds an owner in the shy geeky Emerson. Emerson struggles with relationships, but Sam is there to lead the way surprisingly. Yes, Sam the cat seems to have matchmaking qualities. Emerson really likes Lola but man he struggles when he is around her. It was difficult to be apart of sometimes, but it was really beautiful and sweet. Theirs was a really sweet and magical love [...]

    This was a charmer of a book. Lola has been treated badly in a past relationship and our hero is painfully shy. He has a huge crush on the heroine but she thinks he hates her. And along come Max the cat to help them out. Loved this excellent little romance about working class people with talent and a magical cat.

    I was really enjoying this. And then the girl turned into a bit of a crazy person.

    Amir at NotSoLiterary
    I love how this book can have the same dynamics (boy + cat + girl) yet still manage to be totally different from its predecessors. Review to come!

    This book was just as good as the first in the seriesbut now I'm sad because the third book of the trilogy hasn't been written yet.

    Kendra G
    Definitely different. I wished Lola and him could have had a conversation about his shyness and her help him with it instead of him coming off as mean. Which of course leads to her running away calling him an asshole. I didn't believe her love for him because of all of the times she called him an asshole. She didn't seem to try.

    This was a cute little quick read, with a touch of sweetness.

    Every time Lola walks into the instrument repair shop, Emerson freezes.  He can't talk without stuttering, can barely make eye contact, and wishes he could get away from her -- even though he wants nothing more than to be near her.  But he's not that kind of guy.  He's not cool or witty or flirty or even confident.  And he thinks she's perfect.Lola has no idea what's wrong with the guy in the instrument shop, but she'd do anything to avoid him.  He acts like he hates her, even though she ca [...]

    Trader (RedHotBlueReads)
    Also posted at: redhotbluereads/2013/12/4-flames-for-geek-with-cat-tattoo-bymlI'm going to be honest -- at first I didn’t know if I was going to be able to finish this book. I didn’t read the first one in the series, Girl with the Cat Tattoo, and had no idea I’d be reading the cat’s point of view. That’s right, the first voice you read in this book is the cat. I was glad I kept reading though, because Geek with the Cat Tattoo is a sweet, well-crafted novella that I enjoyed very much. E [...]

    Janell Sutherland
    I don’t usually read novellas because, if they’re good, then I just want more. I made an exception for this book (it’s 162 pages, is that a novella or a short novel?) because I like cats and geeks, and other reviewers really liked it.Emerson works in a music store repairing instruments. He’s nursed a crush on one of his customers, Lola, for a long time. But Emerson is painfully shy, and he can barely stammer out a few words when she comes in to have her father’s guitars repaired. Lola [...]

    This series involves three cat siblings with unique powers. In this story, Sam, the cat, can influence the thoughts of his masters. In the past, he has used this power for his own enrichment, gourmet cat food, toys, and other perks. Sadly, his past owners wise up to his mind control and he is out on the street, again. But, with his latest adopted owner, Sam uses his mind control for good. He will help Emerson get over his shyness and woo his long time crush, Lola. Emerson is painfully shy. He is [...]

    This is an amusing novella told through different points of view. We first meet the cat who is on his third owner and literally on his way to being thrown out the door. I loved the parts of the story told through the cat’s eyes. I didn’t have any trouble suspending my disbelief and accepting everything he professed. I was happy when he followed the drunk guy home and decided to adopt Emerson as his human. The cat also decides he would like his name to be Sam.Poor Emerson was plagued with ins [...]

    Stacy Sabala
    Book Review- Geek with the Cat Tattoo by Theresa WeirEmerson Foshay finds a cat one night and takes him home. This is a special cat. He can think, understand humans and even control their thoughts at times. He has had three owners. Owner number two was his favorite so far. He is waiting to see if Emerson could be his forever owner.Emerson has a crush on Lola. She is the daughter of a well-known local musician. She comes into the guitar shop to pick up her father’s guitars periodically. Emerson [...]

    An enjoyable fluff of a book. Lengthwise, probably closer to a novella. Genre, maybe romance though it’s definitely not your typical one as the narrator alternates between the hero and a cat, never the heroine and the relationship between the boy and the cat is intertwined with the relationship with the boy and the girl. The cat as narrator may be why I liked, but didn’t love the book. I’m not a huge fan of non-reality. A cat who can narrate a book and control the thoughts of its owner def [...]

    **NB This review first appeared in the February ARRA newsletter**The Geek with the Cat Tattoo by Theresa Weir – B+ This delightful novella is the second book in the “Cool Cats” series. There were supposed to be three, but I think the third book has been shelved for now. The first book was Girl With the Cat Tattoo (scroll down the link for my mini review). I liked Geek better but both a fun and quirky stories. Both stories feature a cat’s POV.In Geek, the cat is Sam. He has been through a [...]

    As a longtime Theresa Weir fan, I was very excited to read an ARC of The Geek with the Cat Tattoo. I found it to be just as enjoyable as the previous book in the series. Emmerson and Lola were both great characters, and Sam kept me completely entertained. I loved the inclusion into the storyline of Emmerson's craftsmanship of guitars and a violin.Emmerson is a painfully shy young man who becomes completely tongue tied and terrified when in the presence of the enchanting Lola. He has such a diffi [...]

    J luvs books
    * I received a copy of this book in exchange for an honest review *I wasn't sure about this book when I read the title, but I was in the mood for something different from my usual. I was pleasantly surprised. This book is romantic and heartwarming with a touch of comedy. This book is about an interesting cat, a handsome yet slightly geeky guy named Emerson and the beautiful girl he likes, Lola. Emerson finds Sam ( the cat ), or you could say Sam finds him, and things start to change for this shy [...]

    After going through 3 owners, the last of which literally kicks him out of the apartment, Sam finds himself on the street. He's okay with that though. He's tired of his owners choosing him so he takes it upon himself to find himself an owner, because as the say, it's the cat that chooses the owner not the owner who chooses a cat. When he stumbles upon Emerson Foshay he knows he's met his forever home.Emerson is a musical genius. He works at a music store repairing guitars and amps but also studi [...]

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