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Kiss Me Hello (Sweetest Kisses) Mass Market Paperback – March 3, 2015
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"Burrowes balances painful, real-life family situations with emotional and sensual romance for a powerful read." - Booklist
"Sweet, sexy, eloquent and poignant, with a social-justice dimension." - Kirkus
"With insight, humor, and heart, Burrowes wraps up her first contemporary trilogy as she melts the long-standing reserve and secret insecurities of the eldest Knightley brother and the fierce wariness of a determined foster mom. STARRED Review" - Library Journal
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Oldest brother Mackenzie “Mac” Knightley has been a very intriguing character throughout the two previous novels. He is very devoted to his family, but he gives up little information about his private life. Mac keeps himself busy but he is a little lonely and with both his brothers now in love, he sees firsthand what he is missing out on. While Mac has what he believes are very compelling reasons for remaining single, his decade long dating hiatus comes to an abrupt end when he meets Sidonie “Sid” Lindstrom. He is immediately smitten by Sid but she is carrying a few secrets and scars from her past and she is also struggling to begin a new life for herself and her teenage foster son, Luis.
Sid is extremely reluctant to become involved with Mac. Not because she does not like him, but because she has an awful lot of worries to contend with. She is grieving the loss of her brother and she is stressed over how long it is taking to settle his estate. Sid is also worn out from trying to make ends meet and worrying about how well Luis is fitting in within the small community. Adding to her stress is a by the book social worker whose indifference to Luis’ best interests means Sid has yet another fight on her hands.
Mac and Sid eventually settle into an easygoing friendship that slowly becomes a sizzling hot romance.Read more ›
Sidonie Lindstrom is a foster mom who’s moved to the farmhouse where the Knightley brothers had grown up. Sid is grieving the loss of her beloved brother, and worried sick that she might lose the Luis her foster son. She has no love for lawyers, in fact despises them, so when Mac drives up in his blacksmith truck to help her out when she discovers two huge draft horses in her pasture, she was able to lower her defenses and allow Mac help her out and figured he was a nice solid guy. Got along with her foster son; was not too hard on the eyes; and let herself more or less fall in love.
Mac was very supportive and when the new DSS agent came around to inspect Luis and Sid’s home she was aware that this social service agent was nothing but trouble. Mac agreed, and when the DSS agent implied that the property would not be a suitable place for foster care, Mac was Johnny-on-the-spot with getting the property set to rights with the help of neighbors and his brothers.
Ms. Burrowes goes on to indulge the reader in another court case where good people have to challenge the foster care system and endless rules that are often not in the best interest of the children. It also serves to show where a lot of the endless jokes of bad lawyers come from and that not all lawyers, should be judged by the one’s that drop the ball.
Bottom line: Burrowes develops strong characters, complex plotting, subtle humor and believable scenarios, that are refreshing with an eloquent voice. What more could one ask for?
Sidonie Lindstrom moves her grief and her foster son to Damon Count Maryland—to country living that she knows nothing about. She’s petite, pretty, and sassy with amazing courage. But she carries a load of guilt deep inside is crushing.
Luis, her teenage son of mixed ethnic heritage, loves his foster mom, but he keeps himself at a certain distance, for he too has more than his share of guilt.
Mackenzie Knightley, the farrier who comes to Sidonie’s aid when she discovers two huge horses on her newly bought property, makes his living as a criminal lawyer. His back story enthralls. He is big and arrestingly handsome with a ”peat smoke” voice. His compassion and his caring ways with people and horses belie his courtroom persona. With people and horses he takes time to do little things—to pet, to feed—to talk to and gently lecture in his own special way. He too, like Sidonie and Luis, has guilt issues plus deep secrets that set him apart.
The secondary characters, like Mackenzie’s brothers and their loved ones, play big roles in the unfolding of the plot. They add depth and believable to the story.Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
This book needed at least one more chapter to close things up. I want to read the happily ever after.Published 3 months ago by Jill Smith
Great finish to the series. I think I like MacKenzie the best. It's the quiet ones that always get to my heart.Published 3 months ago by Karen Williams
I as not fund a poorly written Grace Burrowes bok yet. While I enjoy her historical novels, I found this to be an excellent series . I like that it was set in modern times. Read morePublished 5 months ago by Tracy Stackhouse
Love Grace Burros and her writing. Her characters are engaging and real. The situations are realistic also with great dialogue. Sindonie is a city single mom with a foster sun. Read morePublished 6 months ago by Kgoldenh
Huge Grace Burrowes fan and I just found her contemporary series. However, this one let me down and that almost has NEVER happened with Ms. Burrowes' books. Read morePublished 6 months ago by ToryMichaels
This series is Grace Burrowes first foray into contemporary romance, and I am so glad she made the venture! Read morePublished 11 months ago by PolymerGal
Have read all the books in this series so far and enjoyed all of them.Published 13 months ago by E. Purdy
If you have enjoyed Grace Burrowes’ historical novels wait until you read what she can do with a contemporary romance. Read morePublished 13 months ago by Becky C