by Christian Baines

My Cat's Guide to Online Dating
Editions:Paperback: $ 18.95
ISBN: 9781608642502
Pages: 328
ePub: $ 9.99
Pages: 296
Kindle: $ 9.99
Pages: 297

A hook-up gone bad can be purrder.

Fresh from a breakup, deeply closeted freshman Zach jumps at the chance to housesit his family home and enjoy a long, horny summer free of both his ex and his religious parents. But when an old enemy turned hot hook-up falls to his death, Zach turns to the only true friend he’s ever known—his cat, Grace Jones.

With the dead man’s phone and a knack for texting, she promises Zach help, for a price that will satisfy both their appetites. Does it matter if Grace Jones’ powers draw on something far more ancient and sinister than a cell phone?

“Get laid, Zachary. Get laid.”

Each new hook-up brings Zach darkly humorous discoveries about life, love, sex, and his own desires. But Zach knows it’s only a matter of time before someone discovers his secret. Can he rely on his feline protector, or is he trapped in a hungry devil’s bargain?

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Reviews:Lucy on Queer Sci-Fi wrote:

5 STARS "’re going to absolutely love this story from start to finish. Come for the great premise and well-written blurb, but stay to the finish because of the overall excellence of the story."

Lisa on The Novel Approach Reviews wrote:

5 STARS "This book reads like part fever dream, part hallucinatory nightmare, part erotic wish fulfillment, all topped with some allegory and a healthy dash of horror. I read the final words on the page, closed my iPad, and simply said “Wow” to the empty room."

Jerry L. Wheeler on Out In Print: Queer Book Reviews wrote:

"My Cat’s Guide to Online Dating is well worth your money and time if you like something different and offbeat. I can just about guarantee you’ll enjoy it. Highly, highly recommended."

About the Author

Christian Baines has written on travel, theatre, film, television, and various aspects of queer life, factual and fictional. Some of his thoughts have spawned novels, including queer urban fantasy series The Arcadia Trust, the horror novella Skin, and Puppet Boy, which was a finalist for the 2016 Saints and Sinners Emerging Writer Award. Born in Australia, he now travels the world whenever possible, living, writing, and shivering in Toronto, Canada on those odd occasions he can't find his passport.

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