|Digital List Price:||$3.99|
|Print List Price:||$9.99|
Save $9.99 (100%)
Your Memberships & Subscriptions
Enter your mobile phone or email address
By pressing "Send link," you agree to Amazon's Conditions of Use.
You consent to receive an automated text message from or on behalf of Amazon about the Kindle App at your mobile number above. Consent is not a condition of any purchase. Message & data rates may apply.
Follow the Author
Kissing Books: An Opposites Attract Romantic Comedy (Small Town Secrets) Kindle Edition
From the Publisher
|Red Hot||Honey Buns||Zero Forks||Mister Naughty||Bad Decisions||Kissing Books|
|Steamy Smalltown Romance Trop||✓||✓||✓||✓||✓||✓|
|Grumpy One and the Sunshiny One||✓|
|Older Woman, Younger Man||✓|
From the Author
Kissing Books (Harper & Stone)
Red Hot (Red & Cash)
Honey Buns (Bethany & Brandon)
Zero Forks (Boone & Sarah)
Undercover Santa (Chris & Elizabeth)
Mister Naughty (Stone & Harper)
Dog Days (Stephanie & Michael)
Bad Decisions (Deputy Carson & Kayleigh)
- ASIN : B07XB3NPYJ
- Publication date : October 22, 2019
- Language : English
- File size : 755 KB
- Simultaneous device usage : Unlimited
- Text-to-Speech : Enabled
- Screen Reader : Supported
- Enhanced typesetting : Enabled
- X-Ray : Not Enabled
- Word Wise : Enabled
- Print length : 324 pages
- Page numbers source ISBN : 1700130781
- Lending : Enabled
- Best Sellers Rank: #95 Free in Kindle Store (See Top 100 in Kindle Store)
- Customer Reviews:
Reviews with images
Top reviews from the United States
There was a problem filtering reviews right now. Please try again later.
I liked this story overall, but I will say it seemed like a "softer" version of romance than I remember from her other books. Our couple are both in the early thirty's so I thought they might be a bit more sure of themselves, yet they were more unsure of how to have a relationship than I would have thought. Yet it did seem to fit the small-town atmosphere, at least for HIM. I'm not sure about our gal, she could have been a bit more sure of herself, come on she writes romance for a living. BUT, those things said maybe that is what made it a sweet story. Here you have two strangers getting to know each other and like so many of us, they were unsure of what to do, what to say or where they wanted it would all go. I would not call the sex scenes steamy, because the descriptor words used were more "gentle" than many romance novels, and in many ways that was a nice change. Oddly or maybe appropriately graphic sex would not have fit this book. But it's not G rated either....
I grew up in a small town in Indiana and can say the town happenings in the book were spot on! The storyline was good, and I would agree with the statement of another reviewer, I would have liked a bit more mystery or plot twist(s). The story built up a mystery with these "journal entries" and I really thought the author could have built several more chapters on the different entries of the people that were mentioned. That would have also given more time to continue to grow the love affair relationship.
I enjoyed the story, and I have already gotten the second book. I hope that I continue to read about this first couple in the second book. After all the lead men are brothers.
I also got the Audible book, I liked the performance by HIM. I thought the reader for the gal seemed older than the voice I would have thought to use. But once I got used to it, it was ok/good.
The characters of Mudville are amazing and will keep you laughing. Stone and Harper are immediately attracted to each but neither expresses what they are feeling. He’s a gorgeous farmer with a kind heart -- but grouchy -- while she’s a city girl not ready for the different pace of Mudville. Their chemistry sizzles, spiced up equally by their flirty attraction and their frequent clashes. By the time her great aunt returns home, what will Harper decide to do? Will she move to Mudville and become a resident of the town she has grown to love? Or will she return to her life as it was before? And how does she feel about Stone?
This book is charming, with amazing characters (and animals), a well-paced story line, and plenty of humor – my favorite combination. The book is really fun – you won’t want to miss it!
Harper is an author who writes romance books and she is in a little bit of a slump. When she gets the option to house sit for a long lost relative she jumps at the chance. She may have wanted to ask a few more questions before she agreed but what a fun ride it was. From lost chickens, to scary noises in the attic to a pet pig named Petunia who happens to be the high school mascot she has her hands full. Then there is the grumpy farmer she met on her first day......
Stone HATES people from the city so when he meets Harper and her mom he thinks he has her pegged from the beginning. However once he gets to know her, he might have been wrong on his assumptions. I loved what he did with the library and wanting to help her stick it to the crotchety people in the town about her kissing books.
I really hope there is more in this series.
This book is so very interesting, beyond Harper and Stone. Mudville is a panoply of “plot bunnies” on top of discovered diaries. There’s always something going on, revealed or stumbled upon for Harper especially.
Overall, despite allowing themselves to remain miserable rather than communicate, Harper and Stone do have a HEA in store and not a moment too soon. Absolutely loved this book and ready to read Book 2.
Top reviews from other countries
No potential triggers
There are no grammatical or editorial errors that I can recall.
There is a tiny amount of swearing, and a couple of sex scenes each of them appropriate.
The book made me laugh out loud, it's very upbeat and sweet.
The characterisation is okay, but he is no alpha male while the FL seems more clued up than he could ever be.
The storyline is straightforward with a good balance between show and tell, although there isn't any action as such. It's just a nice little escape from reality for a little while.
Great characters & the usual country quirkiness. I wasn’t disappointed.