⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️ Funny, romantic and adorable

Kissing Books

Light and funny with characters that are easy to love, this romantic comedy has plenty of small town charm. I’ve only read Cat Johnson’s romantic suspense before, but even that had plenty of humor – and this ups the laughs significantly. Our hero is also a sexy, sweet farmer with a heart of gold, making it easy to get drawn in.

The story follows Harper, a romance novelist who is letting life pass her by as she stays locked away at home, working on her laptop in yoga pants. When her great aunt requests a housesitter for her small town home, Harper jumps at the chance. But she gets more than she bargained for with the creepy, giant old home and backyard full of animals. Add in the fact that she meets a grouchy farmer, Stone, who can’t seem to stay away, and life is suddenly very different for Harper. As she acclimates to small town life, Harper and Stone continue to be drawn to each other.

The writing style is great, making the pages fly by. First and foremost this is a romance, but there’s plenty of comedy, heart, and a touch of suspense. Stone is a fantastic hero – he’s protective but sweet, nice but decidedly alpha, and only has eyes for Harper. Harper is pretty feisty and easy to like. I was definitely rooting for them from the start, and the chemistry is there from the moment they meet. If I have a complaint about the book, it’s that things felt rushed between them at the end – we don’t get to savor them being together for long. We’re also introduced to Stone’s brothers, who would make great heroes in their own right. Overall, it’s a light and fun book that’s well worth a read.

I received a free copy of this book via Booksprout and am voluntarily leaving a review.

Kissing Books by Cat Johnson. My rating: 5 of 5 stars

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