Maggie Blackbird

Romancing Canada's Indigenous People

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Four Kisses by Bonnie Dee

Since I can’t review every book I read–if I did, I wouldn’t have time to write–I thought I’d do a post each time I pop a new novel into my e-reader. Currently, I’m turning the pages to Bonnie Dee‘s Four Kisses. What can I say so far? Gorgeous prose. Vivid descriptions. A realistic view of two kids in elementary school at a lake with their friends during the summer.  I’m smelling the suntan lotion, feeling the sand between my toes, and enjoying the warm rays of the sun on my skin.

Here’s the blurb:

Unforgettable moments shape a romance that could last a lifetime.

Jen Adams’s first kiss didn’t happen the way she’d expected. On a steamy summer’s day, a shared moment with a boy who runs with a bad crowd leaves an indelible impression on a thirteen year old girl. But that’s only the first time Jen and Drake Malinson’s paths cross in an unforeseen way.

The night of junior prom Jen bumps into an older, sexier and even wilder Drake. He distracts and mesmerizes her, turning a disastrous evening into one she’ll always remember.

When they meet again as adults under stranger circumstances, Jen tries to ignore old memories. Were her insights into Drake real or had his kisses seduced her into believing he was deeper than he was. Can straight-arrow Jen and aimless Drake change enough to find common ground?

Four vignettes illustrate a relationship that spans years. A 20,000 word novella.

Available at:  Amazon, Barnes and NobleAll Romance E-Books, and Smashwords.

How about you?  I’d love to hear what’s in your e-reader.

4 thoughts on “What’s in my e-reader?

  1. Misty Dietz says:

    I have Avery Flynn’s Up a Dry Creek and Mona Risk’s Osiris’ Missing Part on my eReader…and about 10 more. Now I just need the time… 🙂

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    1. The titles sound like an interesting read. I’ll have to check those out when NaNo is done. Thanks for the heads up.

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  2. Ciara Knight says:

    Looks like a steamy read. 🙂

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    1. I’m at the part where they meet for the second time at prom. It’s great.

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