Kav asked for my help with this review since I have more of a handle on all things canine. Arrrooooo! Besides I like to read with my human and I especially like it when she reads about four-footed heroes and heroines. Like:
May is the heroine of two books with a third set to come out sometime this year. Arrrrrrffffff (wagging tail madly) -- I can't wait! If you like fur-raising adventure you'll like May's story. Kav says she's a kind of canine James Bond with a bit of Maxwell Smart thrown in. I think that's a good thing. I just know I like how May's adventures keeps my tail wagging and my tongue lolling.
May's the perfect heroine. She's got spunk and heart and a sleek silvery coat and the cutest whiskers. Sigh. I was a goner on page one. She's got a unique Schnauzer voice that emotes well with my sheltie brogue. I think we'd be a match made in heaven...or Paris...except for the
Yeah. There`s one of those in the book. A Parisian feline. (lip curls up to expose recently cleaned pearly white canines.) Grrrrr. But I have to admit that Leonce wasn`t that bad...for a...well, you know!But I still think a French poodle would have made a good secondary character instead. That`s just my humble opinion though. Mickey the Mouser next door begs to differ. We got into a fight over it...but then we never got along anyway. As far as I`m concerned, dogs belong on one planet and cats belong on another and don`t get me started on voicing my opinion on squirrels.
That`s my highest rating, just so you know. I liked all the unexpected plot twists even if the action got my hackles up a time or too. Grrrrr. And there were some surprises I didn`t see coming. I love it when an author keeps me on my toes. That`s why May and KC Frantzen deserve my four paw salute.
You can find May`s books at Amazon.com -- and BONUS -- May Finds A way : Peril in Paris is free all this week so go download it NOW!