Review Novella- Kiss and Tell by Grace Burrowes


Title: Kiss and Tell (The Sweetest Kiss Series)

Kiss and Tell

Genre: Contemporary Romance/ Novella

Author: Grace Burrowes

Publisher: Grace burrowes, 2014

Source: Purchase

Rating: 4

Sexy Rating: 5

Description from Amazon.com:

This is a novella. Approximately 27,000 words, 89 pages. Lawyers in Love, or…. Jane DeLuca, Esquire, thrives on advocating zealously for her clients in Damson Valley’s family law courts, though her solo practice leaves no time for a personal life. She’s opposed in a nasty divorce by dour, stubborn Scotsman Dunstan Cromarty, and yet, as the clients’ issues grow more complicated, so do Jane’s feelings for Dunstan, and his for her. Courtship adjourned? Crossing personal lines could cost Jane and Dunstan their licenses to practice law, and in a small jurisdiction, they’ll oppose each other frequently. Neither can afford to give up their livelihood or their professional integrity, but can they give up each other?

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Fun! Cute! Two divorce lawyers going head to head on a case and reluctantly falling in love. Grace Burrowes can write romance like few others. In this short book we are given such wonderful character development that is seldom evident in short fiction. Dunstan’s Scottish brogue is spot-on. This is the perfect one-evening read. Trust me, this is a goody.

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Filed under Book review, Books, Contemporary Romance, E-Book, Kindle, Novella

2 responses to “Review Novella- Kiss and Tell by Grace Burrowes

  1. I didn’t know Grace Burrowes wrote contemporary romances. This sounds a goodie.

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