Just One Kiss by Jami Wagner
Release Day October 12th
Just One Kiss Synopsis:
A first kiss is hard to forget—and Kelsey Brian’s just walked into the bar where she works and isn’t planning to leave anytime soon. It figures. With her last semester of college finally here, Kelsey can’t wait to finish the year smoothly and start a new chapter. She doesn’t need to drive over yet another bump in the road.
Ethan Connelly has spent most of his adult life trying to be accepted by his father, and now he has the chance to make him proud. He’s also just stepped into another chance with the girl who got away. Deciding who matters most to him isn’t an easy choice. If he picks his father, he’ll lose her again—if he picks her, everything he’s worked for will be for nothing.
Can Kelsey learn to trust him, or will Ethan’s secret of why he’s really back in town tear them apart?
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****4 of 5 Stars!****
The Best Parts:
What I wanted out of this novel was a fun classy romance novel that would make me laugh, and you know what? That is exactly what I got! Kelsey and Ethan’s relationship is so fun to watch because you can tell every one around them is already plotting their futures, but they are too stubborn to see it. I also love that she beats the shit out of hit, on accident of course! it seems that everything that can happen does, and I love that it is the man who is making the mistakes and having to make up for it for once. Granted Kelsey isn’t an angel, she does fall for every apology, but come on, who wouldn’t for you childhood crush?!
The Worst Pars:
Even in a fun loving novel there are something that are hard to read and for me that was the ending. I liked it, I did, but it was an odd one for me. Kelsey was so sure about being independent and not letting her heart get stomped on for the millionth time, but then all of a sudden once her brother shows up, BAM!, it’s all happily ever after. I wish that Kelsey would have had more time for self reflection, but am happy to say that I still love the actual ending. It brings back the fun loving side of the book that we got at the beginning.
This novel will be worth every penny, I promise! It doesn’t disappoint and doesn’t have a cliffhanger, but will definitely keep you on your toes the whole time. Granted it isn’t a long book, but there is so much to learn about the relationships in this book that you can finish it in a few hours and still be left reeling with emotion.
Jami Wagner Bio:
Jami Wagner was born in Wyoming. Still living in the Cowboy State, Jami and her boyfriend are currently writing their own love story with their yellow lab.
Jami enjoys writing New Adult and published her debut novella Date in the Dark in 2015.
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