Well, if you can get over the fact that in the first few pages you'll see a cat turn into a woman, then you'll probably enjoy the book very much. In all fairness, I must say that I did not mind the supernatural aspect that much. At some points, it was even enjoyable, especially the part about Georgiana's 'strange' behavior around catnip!
Cat aspect aside, the book is quite good. The romance between the main characters was very well developed and written and the 'intrigue' side added the right touch of danger.
Fate turns Georgiana from a cat into a beautiful woman so that Georgiana can find her deceased master's killer. She ends up married to the Viscount Seybourne and in love with her husband. In between murderers, jealous women, dealing with her 'new body' and momentary catnip insanity, Georgiana's life has suddenly become very hectic and difficult.
Notorious man-about-town Viscount Prescott found beautiful Georgina Silken lying unconscious in a lane behind Mayfair mansion. And inside, he discovered a tragic scene. The handsome viscount chivalrously took the young woman home only to find she had lost her memory--or had she? They soon join forces to catch a killer and steal each others' hearts. A Regency romance original.