As this is a Hallmark romance, this sets our lead on a course of falling in love, first with his cat and second with the future-veterinarian who will care for him, and for the bigger him, the man himself, if only Superman can open up and let her in. I wasn't quite as fond of his human owner, Zach, but I appreciated that his somewhat bad views of women had a logical origin and that he grew out of them by the novel's end. Here she plays the mom of a little girl battling cancer in one of Hallmark's more tear-jerking holiday films. Overall I really just tolerated the book and that's sad for me because I wanted to like it so very badly. I did think Ambrose the cat was very adorable and smart. Sure the lead male is a bit of a dim bulb — but being male I know this is par for the course we all tend to be a little dim.
When it looks like his fate has been sealed by an enormous dog, he pleads for help. The good deed comes in the form of a hottie firefighter, Zach, who has closed his heart to love. It's about a couple taking things slow getting to know each other before committing to each other. I wish I could say what I would have thought of this book if I hadn't seen the movie first but I can't. I adored The Nine Lives of Christmas and eagerly await the next work by the wonderfully talented and always delightful Sheila Roberts! I immediately noticed the firehouse, having passed by it countless times over the last year. In Nine Lives, her character was funny, smart, and hard working. The previous lives were good but something has to change to make this one the best.
A firefighter who is very surprised that his good deed not only included scaring away the dog but giving Ambrose a new home. I didn't particularly enjoy them either. She plays a busy businesswoman who lies to her family because business, and she really seems to struggle with the unexpected revelations — to her friends, family and herself — when she starts being 100% honest all the time. Throughout the entire book, he only thinks of them with regards to what they can do for him, either sexually or as support systems. When I read the synopsis and saw this one also featured a cat, well. What I will say is, with the exception of the film simply not being long enough, as it is a tele-film, this one is just about the best you can find when it comes to Hallmarks line of Romantic Comedies and, if you are a cat lover, it is just candy.
He is on his last life which almost ended but he made a promise he now has to keep. Ambrose the cat is amazing or Tom which he is called now. It was just so much fun to read about. I will be featuring this location later this year during the holiday season. When it looks like his fate has been sealed by an enormous dog, he pleads for help. Affiliate programs and affiliations include, but are not limited to, the eBay Partner Network and Amazon. I know, and it is indeed a miracle! I earn a few cents commission, which helps to offset the cost of this website.
Chemistry immediately develops between the two, but Marilee has vowed not to date until she graduates and Zachary is not ready to jeopardize his independence, though he senses Marilee is special. The Nine Lives of Christmas is a lovely Christmas tale told partially from a cat's point of view. This is my favorite Hallmark movie. When I don't like the main character, that means I usually struggle to like the story they're in. The previous lives were good but something has to change to make this one the best. I love cats, and that's what first drew me to this book.
Overall, I still enjoyed the novel, and Zach did have some redeeming qualities, but I really prefer romances about adults. I like cheese in my Christmas season. The leads are likable, the supporting cast competent and the technical aspects are satisfactory. Some movies are just meant to be simply enjoyed more than critiqued. I can't wait to see what happens next. I enjoyed it and finished it in a few hours. Of course, some matchmaking is in order.
You can hear him every week on and watch him on the weekly YouTube series. I enjoy hearing from You! I love, love, love, this find! I will say that I did enjoy Ambrose the cat! Ambrose finds his way to Zach's - a fireman who is in need of some loving and Christmas spirit. Synopsis: Firefighter and lifelong bachelor plans to live a quiet life fighting fires, dating vapid models with psychotic tendencies, and pretty randomly restoring and flipping old homes all on a fireman's salary. Slutty mean beautiful rich girlfriend to serve as the villainess to keep our lovebirds apart? I loved her as the supportive sister in A Bride for Christmas, which, by the way, also filmed in the fort and I wrote about. C Both main characters mostly think about the bodies of each other, and imagine them naked.
Boston and Alpay are fantastic together, and the backdrop of a yuletide competition makes the film more engaging and suspenseful than most of the rest of its Hallmark ilk. The cats are amazing and the actors are really terrific. Tiffani Thiessen Beverly Hills 90201 co-stars, and for once Hallmark spent some serious money on visual effects. So Ambrose does what anyone in a dangerous situation would do, he stops and prays for a second chance and to make his last life worthwhile. The concept of this book, and the way the author wrote about cats worked well. The story focuses on Ambrose the cat, who is in danger of losing his ninth and final life, makes a deal with his creator. Along the way she runs afoul of a Grinchy department store mogul Colin Mochrie, Whose Line Is It Anyway? This is the perfect story to begin the holiday season and would make the perfect gift for anyone - including treating yourself! You may comment by using an Account, Name, or by choosing Anonymous! This is my second book by this author.