About Kiss the Girl

Kiss the Girl

From USA Today bestselling writer and the author of So Not My Thing comes a brand new Christmas romance about two friends who get caught in their own faking dating trap. Swoony and unapologetically funny!

He might be the hottest teacher in town but not even Noah Redmond can convince me to date a small-town guy.

The last thing I want is to put my awesome career on pause while I run my dad’s hardware store, but duty calls so what am I supposed to do? I can’t wait to get out of Creekville again, and I’m doing great keeping everyone at arm’s length until my best friend tries to set me up with the hot new high school coach. He’s got me literally tripping over my own feet, but I’m not giving in to those dimples.

I’m burnt out on love, but Grace Winters is the funniest—and most attractive—woman I’ve ever met.

Too bad Creekville is just a detour for her. I get it. But when I recruit her to help me build a Christmas booth for the town’s biggest event of the year, I learn just how irresistible she is. And if that’s not bad enough, when I talk her into fake dating to convince my boss I’m ready for a promotion, we share an unplanned kiss that blurs every line we’ve drawn.

Is Grace and Noah’s undeniable chemistry worth risking their friendship when their future is anything but certain? Get ready for small town charm and toe-curling mistletoe kisses!

My review

I was so excited to get to read this book. Kiss Me Now, the first book in this series, was so great. And I wanted to know what happened to the characters from that one. I was not disappointed. From the very first great sentence to the end, this book was all that I wanted it to be and more.

I loved Grace so much! Her character is hilarious! She’s gone home to her small town of Creekville to help her parents while her dad fights cancer. Grace knows she isn’t going to stay, but she can’t help herself with Noah, especially when he asks her to be his fake girlfriend. I had to laugh at the situations she got herself in. She really is the best!

Then there’s Noah. I loved seeing Noah meet the woman of his dreams. These two were perfect together, even if they didn’t want to admit it. I loved the way Noah was. He took care of his sister and niece. They were his number one priority. He’s the kind of guy you know any woman would be safe with.

I loved the holidays in this plot. It takes place November and December, so the reader gets both Thanksgiving and Christmas. And we get to see Ian, Brooke and most importantly Gran from Kiss Me Now.

This book is amazing! You need to read it.

I was sent an e-copy of Kiss the Girl as a gift from the author. All opinions are my own.


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