Sunday, February 6, 2011

Book review: Sealed with a Kiss (3/150)

In a continuation of Cross My Heart this time focusing on Hunter and Molly although Ty and Lacy do make an appearance. Hunter who has progressed seriously as a result of Molly leaving him must put aside his feelings and defend her father from unjust murder charges and hes the best lawyer in New York and Connecticut. This is a hard cell for any man. much less one who has spent the last 8 months living in and eating out of take out boxes and sleeping with anything that wore a skirt, but I think it was even harder for Molly to approach him giving what she has done to him.

There are a lot of funny characters in this book my favorites are Ollie the parrot, and Jesse (Molly's bratty new half sister who is 15). I also like that there wasn't anywhere near as much sex in this book because i think a lot of romances rely on it to much. I'm sorry but there's more to romance than getting it on, but i think that one of the main factors that made this book work is that you couldn't have random sex at ever corner when you have a 15 year old in the house.

I rate this book 7 1/2/10. Once again it was one of those book that kept me company when i was feeling under the weather especially when my typist didn't show up and I was bored. I recommend this book for days that your not feeling like thinking a lot, or your just having one of those days that your just curled up with a blanket. This is even mostly safe listening to on audio book when you know you don't have to be afraid to answer the door. Because there's sex every second. Lately I'm sad to report that this is the last Ty and Hunter book. I actually really like these guys. There responsible representations of your typical American man, not some crazy island romeo like you find in too many of these romance novels.

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