Title: Doc Brodie and the Big, Purple Cat Toy
Author: Brigham Vaughn
Publisher: Two Peninsulas Press
Release Date: June 17th 2016
Genre(s): M/M Contemporary Romance
Page Count: TBD
Reviewed by: Belen
Heat Level: 4 flames out of 5
Rating: 3.6 stars out of 5
Grant Murchison is a computer programmer with a great job, a small house he’s fixing up, and a mischievous tabby cat named Molly. Doctor Brodie Hall is a veterinarian with a sleeve full of tattoos and an enormous mastiff named Ruby.
When Molly gets sick after nibbling on Grant’s favorite purple toy, he rushes her to the vet clinic where the doctor works. Grant’s embarrassed to admit what Molly ate, but Brodie finds Grant’s reaction charming.
Brodie decides to pursue Molly’s owner, but getting close to Grant is a bigger challenge than he anticipated. Despite Grant’s attraction to the vet, his past leaves him unable to trust in a future together. Doc Brodie may be great with scared and hurting animals but will his technique work on Grant?
This was cute.
When Grant Murchison’s five month old kitten gets sick after nibbling on Grant’s favorite purple toy he rushes her to the nearest emergency vet and meets Dr. Brodie Hall. Brodie is everything that Grant fantasizes about – he’s handsome and super sexy with a beard and tats. Brodie is equally immediately enamored and attracted to geeky Grant and his cute, glasses.
After some initial awkwardness the two eventually get together and, aside from a little misunderstanding late in the story, and some sweet comfort to get over Grant’s douchebag ex, they sail smoothly to a sweet HFN.