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This does not affect my opinion of the book or the content of my review.
by Jill Shalvis
Released: January 23rd 2018
Series: Heartbreaker Bay #5
Published by Avon
“Simple yet effective, this story is one of my favorites in the series.”
~ Under the Covers
Jill Shalvis has certainly found her stride with this series now. While I liked the first few books in the series, I really feel like things are starting to feel like her older titles which I simply adore. ABOUT THAT KISS is the fifth book in the Heartbreaker Bay series and it features Joe and Kylie. At first, I wasn’t sure I was going to like Joe. I don’t really know why that is. I just went into the book thinking that he was going to be one of those stuck-up heroes so made a move on the heroine and would forever hold that scorching kiss between them forever. However, I quickly changed my mind about him. Joe was great. Sweet and fun, he turned out to be a great hero for Kylie.
Kylie was a character that I immediately liked. She’s a do-it-yourself kind of girl and I really liked that about her. Although she has be persuade, she also doesn’t allow people to walk over her so when Joe comes in, intending to purchase a mirror she made for his sister, Molly, Kylie is quick to turn him down. It’s only when she realized she needs his assistance that she goes hunting for him.
Simple yet effective, this story is one of my favorites in the series. I thought it was upbeat and fun, without trying too hard. It had the perfect balance of heart and humor and I really enjoyed the banter between these two. With each book in this series, I am beginning to enjoy the series more and more. So I’m confident that Shalvis has found the key to writing a successful novel.
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