REVIEW – A KISS LIKE THIS by SARA NEY
This book was sooooo darn cute and funny, that I am still smiling.
So many moments in this book had me bursting out laughing, while covering my face as if watching the scenes play out in front of me. Caleb and Abby were so incredibly awkward yet somehow that managed to put a smile on my face for the entire book.
They fumbled, he bobbed when she weaved it was a little bit of a disaster but for me it was done in such a quirky and cute way. Their friends were supportive yet embarrassing, trying to get them together but they couldn’t go about it in a subtle way as these two clearly needed a shove and those moments had me in stitches.
This book was sweet, endearing, hilarious and will have you grinning like a Cheshire cat as you watch Abby and Caleb try to figure out what they are doing. Definite recommend if you are looking for a light hearted, sweet yet awkward romance with some laugh out loud moments. While this is a book 3 in a series it can absolutely be read as a standalone in my opinion.
ABIGAIL DARLINGTON IS AWKWARD…
She will never be “that” girl. You know the one: that girl on campus, confident in her own skin. Always saying the right things. Putting herself out there. Knows how to talk to a guy without stammering.
Nope. Shy but clever, and easily embarrassed, Abby is fine being the wallflower in her circle of outgoing, beautiful friends; she would rather read about a sexy book boyfriend than actually have a live, breathing one.
…BUT CALEB LOCKHART IS WORSE.
Star goaltender for the University’s hockey team, Caleb is quiet and broody, preferring the solitude of his orderly, regimented life. He doesn’t like, or need people—and plans to keep it that way. One more year left of hockey and he’ll be long gone.
AWKWARD NEVER LOOKED SO GOOD.
Both their lives change the day that Abigail falls for Caleb. Well, falls directly on top of him, to be accurate. Because sometimes we don’t settle into love.
We fall there.
WARNING: This book contains cursing, and LOTS of it. It also has sex, uncomfortable sexual situations, and secondary characters who say some really inappropriate shit. RATING: R