It Started with a Kiss
Genre: Romantic Comedy
Release Date: January 23, 2017
It started with a kiss.
Then it became so much more.
Love at first sight.
Avery Connor doesn’t believe in it.
But what about love at first kiss?
A favor for a friend. Kiss a stranger and walk away.
But what if that favor, and that stranger, prove to be the turning point of her life?
What if that kiss leads to something more?
Dr. Daniel Stewart is certain it will.
He is determined to make her see him. To feel what he feels.
To have the effects of that kiss last forever.
A story about taking a chance, opening your heart to the moment, and falling in love.
I mostly read this book at work (don’t tell!). And I was SUCKED IN! I LOVED Avery and Daniel, especially Daniel! He’s swoony in SUCH a good way! This story was insta-love and completely drama-free! Which who doesn’t want just a good rom-com every so often?? No angst, no drama, just good, funny, romance?! This is that book!
Now I know there are some people who say insta-love? Pfft! This was a full-length novel that was insta-love. And the best part? It wasn’t unrealistic. Even the characters questioned how fast they were falling along the way.
This is a book I will re-read when I need a pick me up, a good love story, or just haven’t read it in awhile and I miss Daniel’s heart! <3 <3
New York Times/USA Today bestselling author Melanie Moreland, lives a happy and content life in a quiet area of Ontario with her beloved husband of twenty-seven-plus years and their rescue cat Amber. Nothing means more to her than her friends and family, and she cherishes every moment spent with them.
While seriously addicted to coffee, and highly challenged with all things computer-related and technical, she relishes baking, cooking, and trying new recipes for people to sample. She loves to throw dinner parties, and also enjoys travelling, here and abroad, but finds coming home is always the best part of any trip.
Melanie delights in a good romance story with some bumps along the way, but is a true believer in happily ever after. When her head isn’t buried in a book, it’s bent over a keyboard, furiously typing away as her characters dictate their creative storylines to her, often with a large glass of wine keeping her company.