Monday, September 14, 2015

Kissing Her Crazy

Review copy provided via NetGallery in exchange for an honest review


Sometimes a kiss is so much more...

Single mom Lena Oserkowski just wants to relax at the 5-star resort where her brother is getting married. Oh, and figure out how to make one of her businesses successful enough to support her son. Her focus is thrown out of whack when Elliot Debusshere, twin brother of her new sister-in-law, swims to her rescue at the hotel pool.

Elliot is disillusioned with his wealthy, playboy lifestyle and wants nothing more than to bring some meaning and purpose to the charity he runs. When he rescues Lena from a case of heat exhaustion and meets her son Tyler, he has no idea the answer to his problems might have just fallen in his lap. Literally.

With Lena's ideas and Elliot's know-how, they might just be able to make their ventures a success. Except pleasure has a sneaky way of mixing with their business, leaving both dazed and confused. Charming as he is, Elliot isn't father material. And there's no room for a single mom and her child in his life. While the attraction between them isn't easily squashed, there's no telling the lengths his family will go to prevent a relationship.


This is one of those, fast-paced novellas you just can’t put down. It makes you smile and feel good.  From the instant you start reading; you are connected to Elliot and then when we are introduced to Lena. You can feel all the different emotions as you really start to feel the story. The connection between these two is so strong you know it’s going to end happy.

It is well thought out, as well as edited, where you don’t find grammatical or punctuation errors, which can ruin a good story. Its flow is spot on, and you don’t feel like you’re missing anything. Yes, like with all novellas, you feel like you want more, but I feel the same when reading a good novel… I never want stories to end.  It feels complete.

Would I recommend this story to others: Yes

Would I read other books by this Author: Yes

Is this a novel or novella? Novella

Is it price correctly? It’s at the top of what I’d pay for a quality written novella, so I’

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