Wednesday, May 23, 2012

REVIEW: A Stranger's Kiss by KE Saxon


Two strangers take solace in each other’s arms on Valentine’s Day, never guessing they’d soon meet again over business. Karen Samuels just wants to build up her graphic design company, leaving men out of the equation completely. David Anderson just wants to fulfill his late wife’s dream of opening a restaurant, and hires a graphic artist to create the perfect logo based on reputation alone. They’re in for quite the surprise and both receive more than they ever expected.

Title:  A Stranger's Kiss
Series:  N/A
Book #: N/A
Author:  KE Saxon
Approximate Book Length:  113 Pages
Recommended Reader Age:  18+
Sexual Content:  Moderate


This story is both sexy and sweet. I fell for both characters, and their struggles with each other are so touching, and even occasionally pretty funny. The story is short, so I don’t want to say too much or I risk giving too much away, but the bottom line is that this is a one night stand that keeps on giving.

Normally, a novella can be hit or miss. Some are too short, or just underdeveloped, but this one felt pretty perfect on the length and development. I could put myself in the characters’ shoes, and never once had a moment where something they said or did was not believable. This book is well written, well paced, and leaves me wanting to read more from KE Saxon!

In Conclusion:

An awesome contemporary romance that will have you so enthralled you can’t put it down and will make you want to read it again!



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