Review: My Kinda Kisses by Lacey Black

January 03, 2017

My Kinda Kisses by Lacey Black
My rating: 4 of 5 stars
Standalone - Summer Sisters #1
Release: October 24, 2016
Length: 340 pages

Life never goes as planned. Jaime Summer learned that lesson the hard way when her fiancĂ© wreaked havoc on her carefully constructed life plan. Now, Jaime’s back in her hometown, working at her sister’s flower shop and living with her family once again, swearing off dating and men for the rest of her life. That is, until Ryan Elson walks through the door.

Ryan has been in Jupiter Bay for a year now, and has worked hard to make this new town his home. His construction business is growing and while his personal relationships with the fairer sex are lacking, he’s more content than he’s ever been.He doesn’t need a woman, but a chance meeting with Jaime has Ryan ready to pull out all the stops to have her.

Exhilarating. Intoxicating. Consuming. Ravenous. Passionate.What happens when those kisses lead towards something more? Something that looks a lot like forever.

Note: This book is intended for those 18 and over due to graphic language, descriptive sex, and the world’s most inappropriate grandparents.

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My Review

Light-hearted, feel-good fun. That's what this story was. If I wasn't laughing at the jokes between the sisters or busting a gut over the antics of the grandparents (really inappropriate but hilarious), then I was swooning about the love that developed between Jaime and Ryan.

Jaime's heart was broken. She was dumped the week of her wedding and vowed to take a break from relationships. That is until Ryan waltzed into her life. He was handsome, cocky, sweet, kind, considerate and oh so sexy. He was also hard to resist. Pretty soon these two are completely wrapped up in each other and helplessly falling in love. Throw in some intense chemistry, big hearts, and well-meaning family and friends, and you've got the recipe for a relationship that will stand the test of time.

Some of the plot was predictable and I did think that Jaime acted a bit irrational at times, but this in no way detracted from my enjoyment of this book.

Be prepared to laugh and swoon just like I did.

An ARC was generously provided in exchange for an honest review

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