Kiss Me Not was a lot of fun and knowing where the second book was heading, made me very excited. I love romances that make me laugh out loud. Don’t get me wrong, I like the heavier books as well, but sometimes we all just need a book that makes you feel good. Today I have my review of Kiss Me Not and a small excerpt of this amazing book!
A big thanks to the author and Social Butterfly PR for providing me with an ARC to read and review.
What do a wrong number text, a burning building, and a quirky florist have in common?
A hunky firefighter with an extra-large…hosepipe.
Kiss Me Tonight, an all-new hilarious standalone romance from New York Times bestselling author Emma Hart is available now!
In hindsight, I never should have opened that text message. The last thing I needed first thing on a Monday was a picture of some stranger’s, um, eggplant, in my inbox.
I also should have replaced the batteries in my fire alarm, because my Friday night did not need to end with my apartment building going up in flames.
But it’s fine. It’s fine. Everything is fine.
I’m only lying in a hospital bed with more split ends than I’ve ever had, almost all my Earthly possessions have turned to ash, and apparently, they don’t serve wine to patients in this place.
But like I said, it’s fine.
Until he walks in.
The guy who saved my life. My hero. Noah Jacobs.
And the universe is amusing itself at my expense, because the dirty photo I woke up to on Monday?
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Kiss Me Not was fun, but Kiss Me Tonight was just amazing!! I read this book on a Monday (we all know how a Monday can be) and it made my whole day better. This is a romantic comedy that can brighten up the worst day. Emma Hart’s writing sucked me in from the start and wouldn’t let me go!
Reagan gets an unsolicited picture and let’s just say it’s not something she asked for. Being the polite and to the point person she is, she let’s this guy know he has the wrong number! I already liked Reagan and she’s even better in this book. She doesn’t hold back her opinion and tells us how it is. I love how even though she seems really confident, there is a bit of an insecure side to her. That makes her feel more real and made me love her character even more.
Noah is definitely the perfect book boyfriend (well, except for sending pictures like that to strangers). He’s new to town and just trying to find his way. And don’t forget that he’s a tattooed firefighter (that scores points, haha). Even though he’s more of a “manly man”, he now takes care of his grandmother’s chihuahua. This made me laugh quite a few times. He’s funny, caring and definitely brave.
Reagan and Noah definitely don’t meet in the most conventional way, but it works! There conversations are so much fun and just brings a smile to my face. Yes, they may have connected really fast and I’m normally not a fan of people falling for each other so fast, but it just works for this book! The romance is definitely there and the added sarcasm made it perfect in my book!
On top of these two amazing characters, we read about the best friends we meet in Kiss Me Not and get updates about the raccoons! Reagan’s family is nuts but caring and I loved the TV show discussions in this story. The only negative thing I can think about this book is that it was too short! I need more Reagan and Noah, but I’m also excited for the next book. Emma Hart is an author I will definitely keep an eye on!
I glanced over at him, my lips curving. “Hi.”
“To escape the madhouse? What do you think?”
“That I should put my foot down.”
I winked and clicked my belt into place. “Let’s go. Where are we going?”
Noah pulled away from the curb. “I was going to let you direct me. I haven’t been in town long, like I said, and I definitely haven’t been out for lunch.”
I leaned back in the seat. “Hmm. What do you want to eat?”
“You’re the one breaking out of jail. I’m happy to go wherever you want to.”
“Oh, no. I hate making decisions like this. Do you know how difficult it is to pick somewhere to eat?” I shifted my whole body so I could look at him. “Do you want Chinese? Thai? Steak? Korean? Pizza? Burgers? Caribbean? Mexican? Spanish? French? Italian?”
Noah’s gaze darted my way. “Do you have all those places in Creek Falls?”
“No, but that doesn’t make the decision any easier,” I replied. “Well? Burgers? Pizza? Mexican? Italian? Steak? Or Chinese?”
“I don’t—shit me, I feel like I’m being interrogated by the fucking Government.”
“You may as well be. Pick somewhere and I’ll tell you where to go.”
“I said you can pick.”
“I don’t care. I’ve been everywhere. They’re all good. You’re the new boy in town. Pick somewhere.”
“You’re demanding, do you know that?”
“Yes, Preston—oh, he’s my brother—regularly points out how demanding and difficult I am.” I paused. “If you really want me to pick, I will, but you can’t complain after.”
He turned the blinker on so we’d head in the direction of Main Street. “You just said they’re all good.”
“They are, but it’s not my fault if you feel like pizza and end up with a taco.”
“I can honestly say that I do not care what I eat for lunch as long as it’s edible.”
“Right. Then turn left, then right, and pull into the parking lot next to the liquor store.”
“I see you’re taking us to a reputable location.”
“Oh, no. The liquor store is a pit stop. It just happens to be on the way to the Mexican place I like.”
“I see. So you’re using me for liquor.”
“You’ve met my great-aunt. Damn straight I’m using you for liquor.”
About Emma Hart
Emma Hart is the New York Times and USA Today bestselling author of over thirty novels and has been translated into several different languages.
She is a mother, wife, lover of wine, Pink Goddess, and valiant rescuer of wild baby hedgehogs.
Emma prides herself on her realistic, snarky smut, with comebacks that would make a PMS-ing teenage girl proud.
Yes, really. She’s that sarcastic.
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Kiss Me Not was another great installment in the Kiss Me series. I can’t wait for Kiss Me Again. What was the last feelgood book that you read? Let me know in the comments!