Tuesday, September 11, 2012

April's Kiss in the Moonlight by Jean Joachim Book Review

Blurb from the book:

Fresh from graduate school, April McKenna, beautiful and brilliant vows to strike out on a new path rather than return to San Francisco to take a job with her father’s firm. She meets Rusty and sets off for an escapade that ends in tragedy. Injured and alone she is taken in by Sunny Davis, a friend of her mother’s who lives in a small town in the Catskill Mountains in New York.

During her recovery, April resolves to carve out an exotic life of travel and adventure. But she didn’t count on a sexy fireman upsetting her plans. Gavin Dailey has dated practically every woman in the county, but when he meets April, he knows he’s finally found the one he wants. Only a stubborn man like Gavin wouldn’t let April’s resistance to his charm and his small town change his plans. Determined to win her, he pulls out all the stops until he encounters one stumbling block he didn’t count on. Only a near-tragedy resurrected from the past gives April the tenacity she needs to make the right decision for her life in April’s Kiss in the Moonlight.

My Review:

Kiss in the Moonlight is a great contemporary romance!  If you are looking for a quick and easy read this is the book for you!  Ms. Joachim has written a wonderful story that kept my attention.  The little town of Pine Grove became endearing to me and I could picture it in my mind; the people, the scenery and the beauty.  I loved how the characters felt like real people, even the minor ones.  The town truly came to life for me! Gavin and April's story is interesting and there are some parts that will surprise you.  This is always a plus for me!  A sweet romance, Kiss in the Moonlight is a great feel good read!  Four stars!  ( For those who want to know, all intimacy is behind closed doors but there are a few descriptive sensual scenes).

Happy Reading!!!

You can pick up April's Kiss in the Moonlight via Amazon and Barnes and Noble.


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