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Review Kissing Cousins by Savannah Singleton

Review Kissing Cousins by Savannah SingletonKissing Cousins by Savannah Singleton
Published by Inkitt on November 19, 2017
Genres: Contemporary, Romance
Pages: 106
Source: Inkitt

I received this book for free from Inkitt in exchange for an honest review. This does not affect my opinion of the book or the content of my review.

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When Megan Forester’s plane touches down in her hometown of Lubbock, Texas, she is flooded with uneasiness. After moving away with her family 8 years ago and not looking back, she is certain that she’ll be an outsider at her cousin's wedding.

As she collects her bag and considers turning around and booking the next flight out of dodge, she is stopped in her tracks by a handsome young man holding a sign with her name on it. Though there is something familiar about the tall, good-looking man, she cannot place him. Not until, that is, he greets her with an enthusiastic “welcome home, cuz”, and a gentle kiss on the lips.

Stunned, memories and forgotten feelings come flooding back as Megan realizes her mysterious valet is none other than Bradley Bosley; a close family friend whom she spent her summers with as a young girl. He was her first love, and her first heartbreak.

This weekend might turn out to be a lot more interesting than Megan could have ever imagined. Will there still be a spark between the two kids who used to steal kisses behind the Bosley family barn?

Megan Forester is going back to her hometown in Lubbock, Texas for her cousin’s wedding. That town holds a lot of memories for her like her first kiss and love Bradley Bosley. They were so close when she lived there even being confused for cousins through the figured out that was not the case. The wedding weekend gets interesting when Bradley is the one to pick her up. Megan is flooded with memories and nerves as she reconciles her first love and heartbreak.

In an Oyster Shell –  It was a short and sweet read, it would be good if you just want a quick easy read.

The Pearls –  I liked the brevity of this novel. It as short and sweet and to the point. Some people may not like this but I did.

The characters were well developed and were memorable. It’s hard to develop characters in that short amount of time but this author did it well.

The romance was enjoyable. I love first loves being reunited. It’s a dream that a few people have and a fantasy we may all enjoy from time to time. Seeing it played out in this book was entertaining and swoon-worthy.

Sand – There was not too much depth to it which is good but also not great.

3.5 Pearl!

 

3.5 Stars
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