A Kiss Is Just a Kiss
The Summer Bridesmaids
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Kitty Summer has a wedding to stop. She's sure the groom doesn't love her sister, but how can she prove it? By testing his fidelity with one very public kiss, of course.
That one kiss leaves Kitty stranded in Florida without her purse or cell phone and with her dotty grandmother and one jilted groom, aka Beck O’Brien. With only her bridesmaid dress to her name, Kitty needs Beck to help her get Granny back to Atlanta. And Beck needs Kitty to help him locate his bride so he can win her back. But the closer they come to finding Maggie, the more Beck wonders if a kiss is just a kiss.
A kiss is never just a kiss
Kitty and Beck have each met their matches; unfortunately it was in the middle of Beck's wedding to Kitty's sister! What a fun premise for a story. There was such fun conflict and a great matchmaking Grandma! The story leaves no loose ends and has its own perfectly happy ending. Yet there are more sisters who need a happy ending. This couple will be fun to watch throughout the series.
Love in a Kiss
This is the first installment in a new series by a fun and entertaining author. The theme of the kiss defines how the characters feel about each other from an abrupt end to an engagement to the discovery of everlasting love. Paralleling the grandmother's life with granddaughter's struggle in finding a steadfast love brings tears to the reader while forming a connection with the characters. This story is chock full of adventures that have the reader laughing aloud. I loved this book and would highly recommend it!!
A Kiss is Just a Kiss
This wasn't your typical romance novel. But it was certainly an interesting journey.
Beck is set to marry Maggie, Kitty's sister, but Kitty always being protective of her sisters put Beck to the test with a kiss. Unfortunately that test happened in front of a church full of people. That's where the insanity started. Wedding ruined, families left Beck and Kitty behind, along with Kitty's grandmother, Dottie. They embark on a mini adventure combined with a journey of self discovery on their way to catch up with the family so Beck can talk to Maggie.
I loved the characters in this story, especially Dottie. She was a hoot!