Tuesday, April 11, 2017

Review: Kiss Me Now

Kiss Me Now Kiss Me Now by Holly Dodd
My rating: 4 of 5 stars

This is the second book I've read from Holly Dodd (well 3rd if you consider her co-written Dirty CEO) and I think it's her best work yet! She placed more emphasis on the plot, not the sex this go round, and I liked how character-driven this story turned out to be.

What I liked:
★★★★ it was heavy on the plot
★★★★ the obvious effort made to create developed and realistic characters
★★★★ the subjects (triggers) were dealt with sensitively and knowledgeably and the author didn't shy away from tackling the devastation of her female lead, Angela
★★★★ how easy it was to put myself in the Angela's shoes
★★★★ Jackson was an amazing character and the author illustrated that nicely. He was kind, caring, compassionate, sensitive, understanding, protective, etc. Not to mention, he was sexy as hell!
★★★★ how this story shared a timeline overlap with Pin Me Down. I got to revisit Mia and Regi and finally see what happened to the other girl they rescued

What I wanted to see:
★ the outcome of Angela seeking justice
★ Jackson and Angela as a real couple. Hopefully I'll get a glimpse of them in a future book

Release Date: April 11, 2017
Genre: NA Contemporary Romance
POV: Dual - 1st person
Steam: 4 (at the end)
Book Type: Standalone - Book 3 of the Brewhouse series


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