Love blogger Kate Bell is finished with men—especially the hot ones. Of course her only chance to save her career requires snagging an interview with the man who literally wrote the book on love, reclusive and super-sexy relationship expert Jake Wright. Who happens to be her boss’s brother.
The last thing Jake Wright wants is to be dragged back into the spotlight as a bachelor for his sister’s dating website. But when a sweet and sexy blogger crashes onto his island in the middle of a storm worse than his love life, keeping his hands off proves to be a challenge—especially when they’re stuck sharing the same bungalow.
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After ten years of survival, aka working, in Hollywood, this former actress and current author of sexy contemporary romance is living happily-ever-after with her longtime sweetie, AKA Husband Number 1, and their two occasionally punky kids. When not carpooling to birthday parties or testing her gourmet cooking skills by throwing a frozen pizza into the oven, Maggie daydreams about sneaking off to the Vegas or Napa, or even just the movies. A love of red wine, Italian food, and music round out her list of life’s greatest joys. Oh, and Tuesday night karaoke, totally underrated fun!
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5 out of 5 stars
One Little Kiss was such a fun romance! I hadn't read the previous books in this series, but that didn't matter much because the book stands alone extremely well, so I was able to enjoy this book in it's entirety. And what I enjoyed the most was the set-up for the romance in this book! The whole being "stranded" at Jake's bungalow during a storm was so much fun to read about. But at the same time I liked that the entirety of the book did not take place at the island like I was originally expecting it to. I liked that the setting moved to New York and that that is where the relationship between Jake and Kate really progressed. I really loved the way that everything between these two progressed once they were spending time together in the city especially with the way that Jake opened up to Kate even if he was just trying to keep it "casual" between him and Kate. And talking about his attempt at keeping things casual with Kate I really didn't like that he wasn't upfront with Kate about his new book. I found it to be kind of a very shady move and he really should have came clean with her sooner. And also talking about shady moves, while I enjoyed the interference and matchmaking skills of Jake's sister in this book, she was a little too aggressive in my opinion. Jane really walked the line between getting these two together and permanently ruining their relationship with her manipulations. It made for some interesting reading, but still. Anywho, overall I really loved this book. It was a sweet and sexy romantic comedy and I can't wait til I have the time to go back and read the first two books this series!!