Missy the Werecat : Missy the Werecat

  • by P. G. Allison
  • Narrated by Meghan Kelly
  • Series: Missy the Werecat
  • 10 hrs and 28 mins
  • Unabridged Audiobook

Publisher's Summary

When puberty brings on her first shift, Missy goes into the mountains for two years - until finally learning to change back. She can change from fully human in one instant to a mountain lion in the next. Everyone assumes her two-year disappearance was because she'd been kidnapped by a sexual predator that she managed to kill. She keeps her werecat nature a secret. There is no pack, no pride of other werecats, and no alpha. She's a girl with fantastic abilities growing up and learning to do great things in today's world, amongst humans. She only has her instincts to guide her, and those drive her to train herself to extremes. She must control those instincts; dampening the wild predator is often necessary. Her raging hormones and enhanced senses require very strong controls; she explores what happens when those controls are relaxed.


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Missy the Werecat

If you could sum up Missy the Werecat in three words, what would they be?

Fun, entertaining, LOL

What was one of the most memorable moments of Missy the Werecat?

From her having to change with out knowing, to her standing up for her friend, to her falling in love.

What does Meghan Kelly bring to the story that you wouldn’t experience if you had only read the book?

She has a lovely voice to listen to, and is great to relax with.

Did you have an emotional reaction to this book? Did it make you laugh or cry?

Missy is very sassy and the banter with her fiends makes you chuckle out loud. I don't think this is a very sad story so no tears.

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- Mrs. C. Hunt

Its ,,, Very Special !...

Would you recommend this book to a friend? Why or why not?

I probably would to someone who wanted an uncomplicated fun read.

Would you recommend Missy the Werecat to your friends? Why or why not?

I would but for the same reasons I put for the previous question.

Did Meghan Kelly do a good job differentiating each of the characters? How?

She did though I dont think she enjoyed what she was actually narrating.
It didnt come across as a book she actually liked.

Do you think Missy the Werecat needs a follow-up book? Why or why not?

Yeah why not ,,, I dont mind books which dont take themselves too seriously.

Any additional comments?

Ok now the Cons about these books,,

The Author used "very special" "special" and "magical" and other phrases way way too much,,, needs to expand there vocabulary & vocabulary in descriptions used by characters in regards to the main character !

Plays to the sterotypes of Gangsters , Military and Other persons so you expect the gangsters to be like the Goodfellas and the Military to be like A Few Good Men.

The sex scenes are ,,, a bit puerile and really not needed or not as much ,,, there also a how I would imagine an 16 or 17 year old would write them.
I skip passed these as there ,,, just irrelevant to an otherwise good idea storywise.
The first couple of sexual descriptions in the first book were,, a bit creepy if im honest too.
I was at one point going to turn off but I thought,,,ive heard worse,, lets see where this is going.
If this is what the author was aiming for in some parts of the book ,, I cant really say without giving some of the parts of the book away ,, then it worked, creeped out and slightly uncomfortable.

I would like the Author to maybe take the writing out of the juvenile stage and onto being written in a grown up adult way.
It wouldnt take that much which would make the continuing Missy storys more compelling.


There good and entertaining if you can get passed some of the previous subjects and they have kept me reading / listening.

For someone who has over 500 plus books on there Kindle alone and over 4000 books in my collection ,, I dont suffer poor reads well but enjoyed these for what they were.

Hope this helps.

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- David B. Shaw

Book Details

  • Release Date: 08-01-2016
  • Publisher: P. G. Allison