by Elaine Hopper

April 2003
ISBN: 1-59105-100-2
Reviewer Graphic Button Novel Books Inc.

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Purrfect Justice starts out with a Halloween Party for the local police force. Haley Yates decides to dress up as Catwoman, which is completely opposite to her everyday wear, which consists of a shapeless three-piece skirt suit. Everyone has the impression that she is fat and has not a figure whatsoever. But boy-oh-boy does she have a figure! And her figure is what caught the attention of one Cole Fischer, a lieutenant at the Police Headquarters where Hailey is a secretary. But the only problem is Cole doesn’t know who the catwoman is and he is eager to find out.

Cole is smitten by Haley - she is witty, fun to be around and easy to talk with. But the problem is he likes the catwoman as well, especially after the Halloween Party, who also saved his butt not once but twice. But he is not sure what to do, except continue to see Haley and try to find his mysterious catwoman who rides a motorcycle like it is part of her.

This is one hilarious, a fun read and can be done in a short period of time. We get to see how two people are drawn to each other by not their looks but their personalities - well, looks does play a little part of it, along with some interesting things done with cookie dough! Oh, lets not forget what one of the secondary character does for a living. (g) If you like a short, quick, funny story to brighten up a bad day then this one is for you.

Reviewed in March 2003 by Pam.

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