Friday, August 16, 2019

Book Review - A Kiss is Just a Kiss

A Kiss is Just a Kiss
Melinda Curtis
April 2017

Kitty Summer has a wedding to stop. She's sure the groom doesn't love her sister, but how can she prove it? By testing his fidelity with one very public kiss, of course. 

That one kiss leaves Kitty stranded in Florida without her purse or cell phone and with her dotty grandmother and one jilted groom, aka Beck O’Brien. With only her bridesmaid dress to her name, Kitty needs Beck to help her get Granny back to Atlanta. And Beck needs Kitty to help him locate his bride so he can win her back. But the closer they come to finding Maggie, the more Beck wonders if a kiss is just a kiss. 

Between The Pages 
A Kiss is Just a Kiss is book one of the Summer Bridesmaids series and when I heard the author is releasing book two later this year, I wanted to read this series from the ground floor. This story is so much fun on so many levels. The book starts with a prologue in Dorothy Summer’s POV talking about her five granddaughters. You are then taken to the present day with Dotty’s eldest granddaughter, Kitty. The plot starts out with a surprise kiss and continues with plenty mishap of events from that point forward. The main characters were fun to get to know, but my favourite was Dotty. Every scene she was in made me laugh or want to shed a tear. This is a sweet story that is perfect for a weekend read. I can’t wait to read more mishaps within the Summer family of sisters.

Rating 
4.5 Stars

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