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This does not affect my opinion of the book or the content of my review.
by Vivienne Lorret
Released: December 24, 2018
Series: Misadventures in Matchmaking #2
Published by Avon
“TEN KISSES TO SCANDAL was fun from beginning to end. ”
~ Under the Covers
Briar is the youngest sister and working at the family business, which is a matchmaking firm. She wants to prove to her family that she can handle being a matchmaker and not just the tea girl in the office. While she’s not the greatest at her job, I found her incredibly adorable!
Briar and Nicholas meet under some unconventional circumstances and then they strike a bargain. He will teach Briar important lessons about attraction, body language and anything that can make her job easier and for every lesson she has to give him a kiss.
TEN KISSES TO SCANDAL was fun from beginning to end. I picked it up on a whim and out of order, which I try not to do, because the first book is still sitting on my TBR of overdue books for this year. I’m so glad I did! I can tell this is a cute series that’s right up my alley of historical romance. I can’t wait to read more.
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