Reviewing this book makes me wanna reread it, that's how much I loved it.
About The Book
Francesca is the only daughter of a big crime boss. She meets Senator Wolfe Keaton on a night that she dreams is the night of her first kiss with the man she's been in love with for years. What she doesn't expect is that the jerk at her table would steal that kiss and then declare they are to be married the next day. Wolfe has a plot for revenge and Francesca's dad is the main target. They have a bumpy road, but the more time they spend together the more their walls start to fall and they fall in love...and get a HEA ending.
Why I loved the kiss thief
I felt everything, angst, love, anger hatred plus the drama between Frankie and Wolfe wasn't petty it felt raw and grown up kind of drama.
It's a fresh, dynamic, intoxicating read. I loved the way LJ built these characters, how she created their world, and all the angsty feels she brought with each page.
The author has done something fabulous. She created characters who I empathized with, whose actions alternately thrilled and horrified me, but most importantly they developed. The plot was excellent and had me engaged the whole time. It was well paced; nothing seemed too slow or too rushed. Really, there's a little bit of everything in here, and it mixes well to give you an exciting read.
“I am air. Invisible and insignificant, but vital all the same.”
“We fell in love fast and slow. Hard and soft. With everything we had in us, yet we both refused to give anything away.”
“A Story of a Nemesis and a Villain with no chance at a happy ending. Where the prince doesn't save the princess. He tortures her. And the beauty doesn't sleep. She's stuck. In a nightmare”
This story is incredible, one that I won’t be giving away. You HAVE to experience this book through fresh eyes and no spoilers to 100% enjoy it and enjoy it you will.
Reviewing this book makes me wanna reread it, that’s how much I loved it. About The Book Francesca is the only daughter of a big crime boss. She meets Senator Wolfe Keaton on a night that ...
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