Tuesday, May 8, 2012

Just One Kiss by Isabel Sharpe

Review of Just One Kiss by Isabel Sharpe

Published: April 2, 2012

5 out of 5 smirks

Synopsis: "Tempted by taste…

Nestled in the heart of Seattle, A Taste for all. Pleasures is a warm hub of decadent baking delights. Sweet buttery cookies with melted chocolate, yummy cupcakes with creamy soft icing...and the owner, Angela Loukas, is about
to meet a mouthwatering morsel of a man—one she can’t resist!

Unfortunately, Daniel Flynn is officially celibate. No sex. No dating. It’s criminal, really. But once he steps into Angela’s shop, he remembers what temptation—in the form of chocolate icing and a mischievous set of chocolate-brown eyes—feels like.  Now he wants to have his cupcakes...and Angela, too!"

Just One Kiss by Isabel Sharpe is as unique a story as Angela's cookies/cupcakes are.  It's easy to give up on a book when you don't have a connection to it, but Just One Kiss has this instant draw to it which makes it hard to put down.  The characters are fabulous and flawed in a way that allows readers to feel compassion and also see the truth before the characters know it themselves.  Angela carries this energy around her that is infectious to everyone around her; including readers.  In a different scale, Daniel is this gorgeous man who in true love style comes alive when he meets Angela and finds himself (likes, dislikes) in the process.  Together, Angela and Daniel, are like magnets; an unstoppable force that keeps readers entranced.  Bonnie and Seth are the two characters who I am invested in seeing a happy ending with and can't wait to read about.  I give Just One Kiss by Isabel Sharpe 5 smirks because uniqueness keeps readers coming back and uniqueness is all this story is.

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