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When Clark gets the opportunity to make alliances in Japan and break into a brand-new business, it quickly becomes clear that someone doesn't want Clark and his catgirls to succeed. 

But there's one thing Clark knows that his enemies don't seem to understand: When the chips are down, catgirls can do it! 

Please note: This is a catgirl harem book where you can modify your catgirls to suit your whims while fighting an evil corporation around the world.

©2020 Simon Archer (P)2020 Simon Archer

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  • Ryan Spencer
  • 25-11-2020

good but could be better

Story is great, but the writing needs work. It seems that the author needs to expand his vocabulary.

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  • Phillip
  • 21-11-2020

Added to the story but boring

Was waiting for book 2, really enjoyed book 1 but this book was boring. 90% was the mundane daily life of a guy and his cat girls 10% was interesting. And he has less sex than I do and I’m 60 years old. Hope this was just setting up the stage for a super book 3.

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