I, Effing Feline, never wear clothes. Why should I? Is not my form perfection? And if it’s good enough for a superior being like me, why is it not good enough for humans?
I suspect the answer has something to do with humans’ regrettable lack of fur, which leaves them so pitiably vulnerable to weather or temporary temperature changes. Even a brilliant cat such as myself would never think of inventing anything so destructive to the environment as central heating or air conditioning. For romance writer such as my pet human, Ed, clothes are a formidable deterrent to romance. How is one to know whether a potential mate is in fact desirable?
In Alien Contact for Runaway Moms, Tal Pelletier has escorted Audra Verhailey and her baby to the abandoned underground city where he had lived before his people hopped Kwadra Island to this Earth. At first she didn’t trust Tal, but her opinion has changed after a hard day’s travel.
Tal moved with sturdy grace and he seemed determined to take care of her. What was he like in bed? She’d wondered that about a fair number of guys with sexy rears, but this time the thought felt wrong, forbidden. With a rueful headshake, she thrust aside conjecture. All she wanted to do in bed was sleep.
So far he’d been nice, and although she knew there were men as great as this—her uncle Matt, for one—she’d never dated any. Tal must have flaws, serious flaws—all men did—but she hoped she never found out, so she could treasure the memory of the world’s only selfless young man.
“Tal?” she said to his back.
She lowered her voice. “Don’t disillusion me too badly, okay?”
Effing Feline here again. The logical conclusion — and we cats, you must agree, are nothing but logical — is that you doff your garments. Now. This instant. Yes, that means all of you.
Except Ed. Sorry Mr Valentine, but you’re too old for my taste. And you’re a guy. So keep it covered, please! I’m begging you, please!
Cats look ridiculous in clothes, as these pics prove.
Alien Contact for Runaway Moms
She’s running from an abusive lover…but what is she running to?
When her abusive lover tries to take custody of her baby, Audra flees where even he can’t follow: the aliens’ forbidden cities underneath Kwadra Island.
But can the safety she wants for her daughter survive a search party, violent alien criminals—and the love of an emotionally damaged Kwadran?
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