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Every Little Kiss (A White Pine Novel) Mass Market Paperback – October 27, 2015
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" 4 stars! An engaging read from the start, EVERY LITTLE KISS has charming moments throughout because of Amos' genuine, likeable characters and the humorous banter that occurs between them. Both Abe and Casey's connection and chemistry sizzle with intense passion. In her latest in the White Pine series, Amos pens a romance that is equally sexy and sweet."―RT Books Reviews
EVERY LITTLE KISS:
"Fun, fresh, heartwarming, and sexy."
--Lori Wilde, New York Times bestselling author
"Small-town warmth, relatable characters and plenty of sweet, sexy, fun."
--Sarah Morgan, USA Today bestselling author
AND THEN HE KISSED ME:
"4 1/2 stars! Sassy modern storytelling makes up Amos's latest which is filled with humor and warmth. Kieran is a sympathetic bad-boy-turned-good, and Audrey is down-to-earth and charming. The verbal sparring between Kieran and Audrey is infectious, and their fiery chemistry jumps off the pages. With steady pacing and distinctive, colorful characters, Amos' read is a sweet and sexy modern read."
--RT Book Reviews
"This determined and lovable heroine and her reformed bad boy will capture readers' hearts."―Publishers Weekly
A KISS TO BUILD A DREAM ON:
"4 stars! Laced with humor and filled with colorful characters, Amos' latest is a sweet romance about second chances. The banter...is amusing and [the] chemistry is electric."
--- RT Book Reviews
About the Author
Kim Amos is a romance writer whose Midwestern roots run deep. You can usually find her hanging out in a state that borders the Great Lakes. She is married to an artisan ice cream maker, which is a dangerous complement to her enduring love for cheese. Learn more at www.kimamoswrites.com.
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Although I have a couple of Kim Amos books in my TBR pile, this is the first time I've read one of her stories. I'm not so sure this was the best place to start just because Casey is not an easy character to love.
Casey is very rigid with her control of everything to the detriment of...well, everything. She's not happy and knows that she needs to loosen up. She's even set out with a plan to do that...create a new Casey. But the way she approaches new Casey is very much old Casey. She has a plan...a list...a guideline...and, again a long list of rules about how she can become less rigid. Yeah, you can see how that's going to work out for her. It's not. And that was probably my biggest issue with her. She's not dumb, but the way she approaches fixing her life is. It simply doesn't make sense, and that's why I really had a hard time with loving her. There's no flexibility there.
On the other hand, I love Abe. He has his own set of rules. He's a monogamous womanizer. He can have the same woman in his bed for a set period of time, but once she hits 90 days, she's gone. After he has a brush with his mortality, he realizes that this isn't the way he wants to live the rest of his life. So he sets about changing his approach with Casey.
There were lots of things going for this book...
*I loved the firefighter aspects of it. Those scenes were dynamic and interesting from the camaraderie of the firefighters to them actually fighting fires. I loved all those scenes within the book.
*Casey works at a tutoring place that caters to children that need help. I loved getting the glimpses inside this business and the young 10 yo (Carter, I think was his name) just broke my heart. That story was so well-done. I fell in love with that kid right along with Casey. I loved how she connected with him. Again some great scenes especially as they were ferreting out his problems...great imagery and writing.
*The small town and the Knots and Bolts girls. There were some interesting scenes here too, but in these I felt like I was missing a lot because I haven't read the previous stories. These women were obviously the heroines of those stories.
*Dave & Quinn...um, yeah, I'm ready for their story. I liked them a LOT!
I did have one other issue with this book, and this is completely a personal preference. I like a lot of action on the page, but these characters spent a lot of time in their heads or having sex. I felt like there wasn't a whole lot of meat to the actual romance because of that. It did get better with the climax and final scenes, but overall I wanted more actual dialogue among the characters and less talk within their heads...especially Casey's who got to be a bit repetitive.
So, somewhat of a mixed review. And while this wasn't my favorite book I've ever read, I think a lot of that was simply because I didn't connect with the heroine's character. Just like in real life...you simply don't connect with everyone.
I received a complimentary copy of this book in return for an honest review.
But as we learn more of her backstory, while it doesn't forgive her for her actions, I understood them a lot more, and I have to admit I did soften to her a lot more than I thought I would.
Casey hasn't had the easiest of lives, and to compensate for that, she lives by a rigid set of rules, and finds it hard to move out of her comfort zone.
Enter sexy fireman Abe Cameron. Confirmed bachelor with a reputation around town. Until he meets Casey.
There is an instant spark (see what I did there?!) between Abe and Casey that neither of them can deny. As much as Casey wants to fight the attraction, Abe brings out the fun, easy going side of her.
As much as Every Little Kiss is a romance between Abe and Casey, I felt it was much more a story of Casey rediscovering herself.
I adore the ladies of White Pine who are becoming firm friends with Casey - whether she realises it or not. The "Knots and Bolts" group are all so different but all complement each other so well.
I have loved every visit to White Pine so far, and hope for many more visits in the future.
Five ways I want my tree lit this holiday.
I want to start out being kissed under the mistletoe, but I want to finish with sex in bed.
I want to be naughty, not nice, between the sheets.
I want 12 orgasms from sex— one for each of the 12 days of Christmas.
I want my stocking stuffed, repeatedly, on Christmas Day.
I want toys wrapped with bows—that are all for adults.”
In the book Every Little Kiss by Kim Amos, Casey Tanner is strong minded, Independent woman who shoulders everything by herself. But almost losing her younger sister, because of her stubbornness she decided to change. Joining a group called Knots & Bolts that her sister is also a part of, she set her sight on her goal of being less uptight. What she didn’t expect was five energetic women; including her sister, wanting to know about her sex life. Not like there was much to tell anyway, since it’s been a very long time. But Casey has a list, five things to be exact, that she wants to lead up until Christmas. And she knows just who she wants to complete her list with, Abe Cameron.
“His teeth bit her skin, his hand crashed against her. “I will make you come,” he said, his lips right up against her ear, his rock-hard shaft grinding against her bare thigh. “I’ll make you come so hard you forget where you are. And you won’t know what to do with it on your list.”
Abe know what he wants, and he never had a problem getting what he wanted. But what Casey wants from him is something he doesn’t want. Casey wants a no string attach relationship, if you even call it that. Abe who is known as Nighty-Eyed; which means none of his relationships last longer than nighty days, wanted more than that. He wanted to be with her for more than nighty days, and just when he thinks he found the one, she doesn’t want anything more than physical attraction. Will Abe accept the list that Casey presented to him, or will he demand more or nothing at all?
This book is amusing, when you first meet Abe and the way he treated Casey you think “What a jerk.”. But going into the next few pages you realize that there’s more to him. I felt like this story was a little bit too fast, and that I would love to see more in depth of the two characters. I felt like once Casey presented the list to him, everything speeds up to an ending that leaves you longing for more.
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