Review: The Kissing Season by Rachael Johns

Title: The Kissing Season

Author: Rachael Johns

Published: Harlequin Au December 2013

Status: Read on December 01, 2013 — I own a copy {Courtesy the publisher/netgalley}

My Thoughts:

The Kissing Season, a short and sweet romance novella by Rachel Johns, is an enjoyable distraction during the busyness of the holiday season.

Hannah Elliot has returned home to Wildwood Point after an ill-advised adventure in Las Vegas. Facing her family’s disappointment with her impulsive marriage, and the annulment that followed barely a week later, is difficult enough, so admitting she is going to be a single mother is impossible. Yet Hannah is determined to keep her baby, vowing to make more sensible choices for the sake of their future…until the gorgeous Matteo walks in the door.

I’m not too sure how I feel about the first meeting between Hannah and Matt, it made me a little bit uncomfortable, but the progression of their relationship was good within the constraints of the format. There was definitely that delicious sense of anticipation around the ‘sooner or later’ question, and the couple sizzle when they finally get it together. I appreciated that there was actual conflict rather than inane misunderstandings (a pet peeve of mine) and of course there is the obligatory happy ending.

This is an entertaining, light romance to enjoy on your next lunch break or commute.

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1 Comment (+add yours?)

  1. Teddyree
    Dec 09, 2013 @ 21:56:25

    I liked this one but had much the same thought about Hannah and Matt’s first meeting … ewww lol



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