Writing review now! :) ***************I admit that I am a sucker for magic/witches/wizards in books. From Tolkien to Armstrong, Harrison to Rowling, Sanderson to Lackey, I love stories that include magic and romance. Sometimes it can get too formulaic or too bogged down in spell details that make no sense. Sometimes, what starts off well just doesn't finish well. I'm happy to say that The Cat's Meow delivered! The magic runs along themes readers of fantasy will be comfortable with and able to follow. Witches, warlocks, a Coven, etc. By the way, is it just me, or does every single coven run by a few old biddies always have hidden agendas? I was waiting for this one to be a petty vendetta, but it wasn't.Libby's insta-lust for Kale, even when she's determined not to lust after a warlock, is cute because her inner dialogue is hilarious. She's got spunk, but she's sweet. I liked her moral code, her over-protectiveness of her best friend who has suffered serious loss, and her tendency to zone out while daydreaming/lusting after Kale. As Libby tries to help discover what the heck is going on with these poor mutilated kitties, she does a dream spell to talk to a ghost and that scene is hilarious! Kale's stoicism will make your lip curl much as it did Libby's, but the banter between the two, the back and forth, will make you smile. The chemistry is there and you just have to wonder when she's gonna take a bite out of that...This was my first book I've read by Stacey Kennedy and it certainly will not be the last. I will be heading over to Goodreads to add her books to my TBR.