Tuesday, June 13, 2017

Review: Kiss Me Sweetly by Cecilia Gray

32382100Kiss Me Sweetly by Cecilia Gray

A brand new series from the author of The Gentlemen Next Door, praised for being a "delightful Regency romp… in the spirit of Georgette Heyer."

Meet Bridget Belle—the Bookish Belle—her head full of mischief and ideas. Unlike her sisters, she has every intention of marrying a storybook hero. Someone romantic and passionate—just like her.

Meet Benjamin Abernathy—the sensible duke's son—his head firmly on his shoulders. Being the rational one amongst his friends has seen him through school and the war. But it will take more than reason and logic to win a battle of wits against Bridget.

Pages: 119
Format: Ebook
Published By: Gray Life, LLC
Genre: Adult - Historical, Romance
Series: Kiss A Belle
FTC Disclaimer: I received this book free to read and review, thanks to Cecilia Gray and Xpresso Book Tours.

Cover Review:
I like the cover of this book. The choice in color (and how every book is a different color), although it is not my favorite I still think it's beautiful.


So far out of all of the sisters, Bridget was the one I felt I related to the most, but there were points that I wasn't a fan of her. I also thought that her romance with Benjamin is one of my favorites so far. I liked getting to see how they fell in love, and how sweet their romance was.

The writing in these stories is really great, but again, I wish the stories were much longer. I feel like the characters could develop more. It is a decently quick read like the first two books in the series.

Again, I would definitely recommend this book, and this series for romance lovers and historical fiction lovers a like. You might really enjoy this series.

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