Monday 27 July 2015

❤ Release Blitz ❤ Review ❤ And Then He Kissed Me ❤ Kim Amos ❤

Five years ago, Audrey Tanner flung caution to the wind and herself into the arms of an emerald-eyed bad boy biker she met at the White Pine Asparagus Festival. Two blissful weeks together convinced her that Kieran Callaghan was The One-until The One blew town without a word, leaving her brokenhearted. Now, starting a new job at the new Harley Davidson showroom, Audrey is floored to meet her new boss: Kieran. He's still hot as hell, but she won't fall for his sexy smile again. This time, she's calling the shots.


Kieran never thought he'd return to White Pine,
Minnesota, much less see Audrey again. Gorgeous and smart as ever, she's just as irresistible as he remembered. She still doesn't know why he had to leave-or that he's missed her every day since. But he can't deny he wants more than the no-strings fling Audrey proposes. As things between them heat up, Kieran must choose between the secret he's sworn to keep and the woman he never stopped loving...

ARC received from Forever (Grand Central Publishing) via Netgalley for an honest review

This is the second book in the White Pines series, but I have not read the first book and that did not detract from this book at all.

I love a good second chance romance (gives us all a bit of hope, don't you think?!?).

Audrey still harboured feelings for Kieran, the guy who loved her and left her 5 years ago - though what those feelings were, hmmm could it be love or hate?

Kieran never expected to see her again, but when their lives intersect through work, it brings out all those old feelings.

Gah, these two!  You could feel the UST between them, the spark, the intensity.  I mean, you can only really bicker and fight with someone like that if you really have feelings for them.

You couldn't help but fall in love with Audrey and Kieran as they fell in love again.  There were some sexy times, there were some sad times.  The guilt and remorse they both felt jumped off the pages as the story continued, but so did the hope, the fear of losing each other again, the growing happiness.

There were a couple of things that happened that made me want to throw my kindle to the side and scream at the characters.  But there was so many times that I just had a big grin on my face.  I loved that they didn't insta-fall-in-love-again.  I was glad that Audrey made him fight for her, made him earn her trust.

I really did enjoy And Then He Kissed Me, and I will be going back and reading book 1 while I am waiting for the next book.

A Midwesterner whose roots run deep, Kim Amos is a writer living in Michigan with her husband and three furry animals.