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Chez Stinky - Susan C. Daffron

Chez Stinky

Author Susan C. Daffron

  • Published: 2013-07-23
  • Category: Contemporary
4 Stars
From 45 Customers Review
Price: Free


Kat Stevens is a slightly insecure, mostly bored technical writer who likes her cat a lot more than her boss. She hasn't laid eyes on her great aunt Abigail since she was eight, so she’s stumped when she inherits Abigail's house in the small hamlet of Alpine Grove.

Kat's uncomplicated life gets decidedly less so when she discovers the inheritance comes with some hairy conditions: four dogs and five cats that her aunt wanted her to love as her own. Of course, the house smells like a barn--with a touch of antique skunk--and, naturally, has serious roof issues. And that's before the three-legged cat gets stuck in the wall and the shower goes kablooey.

When Kat meets Joel, an unemployed techie type with no love lost for his sister, Kat looks past his obvious flaws, given his timely and desirable skill set: a talent for fixing things (and his own tools).

Despite out-of-control dogs, cat fights, dust dinosaurs, massive spiders and an old grizzled hippie passed out in the yard, Kat discovers the tranquility of the forests of Alpine Grove starting to seep into her soul.

And why she can't she stop thinking about Joel?

Top Customer Reviews

  • Chez Stinky

    From A Royal Fan
    Chez Stinky is a romantic animal lovers dream. From the city to a small town of Alpine Grove, Kay finds a real home, a hot engineer and lots of fuzzy friends. Fall in love with the people of Alpine Grove in this funny, warm hearted novel about finding yourself in the most unexpected place. If you love animals a nature then this is the book for you!
  • Cheezy read

    From OdelB
    The characters are well signified however it's lack of romantic endeavours. I wish there is more to the plot.
  • Chez Stinky is a greatly entertaining read

    From MadameGK
    I enjoyed getting to know the characters, human and animal. It has an easy to follow plot that makes you cheer for the underdogs. It keeps you reading to the very happy ending, where love conquers all in time in a world created by your own terms of importance.