Thursday, October 20, 2016

Throwback Thursday: The Kissing Game by Suzanne Brockmann

Author: Suzanne Brockmann
First published in 1996 by Loveswept

Frankie Paresky teams up with longtime friend Simon Hunt to solve a puzzling mystery--and finds herself falling head over heels for the one man she swore she'd never love. This classic is available for the first time in more than a decade.

The Kissing Game is the second book in the Sunrise Key Trilogy.  It's another friends to lovers story. Frankie and Simon have been friends since grade school.  It isn't until recently that they start to see each other in a whole new light.  The problem is that Simon never makes a commitment.   

I liked this one slightly less than the first one.  While I did feel the chemistry between Simon and Frankie, I didn't love them together at first  It felt a little forced.  I also thought Frankie was really unfair when it came to Simon's reputation.  He says he wants more and she reminds him of his player past. This after saying to her that he wanted to meet the one that would stick!  Despite that, I loved what Simon did in the end for her.  It was really sweet and would melt any heart!


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