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First-Line Friday #123

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A Kiss is Just A Kiss

by Melinda Curtis

A Kiss is Just a Kiss: A Laugh Out Loud Romantic Comedy About Billionaires (The Kissing Test Book 1) by [Curtis, Melinda]

About the Book

“I’m going to make a lot of money off Mags.”

Dr. Kitty Summer froze outside the groom’s vestibule in her mint green taffeta bridesmaid dress, the one with the skirt wide enough to fit Kitty, a nurse, and a crash cart. The door was slightly ajar and the insensitive comment by the groom — Becker O’Brien — about the bride — Kitty’s sister Maggie — brought her to a halt. She went numb from tongue to toes.

I’m not a Valentine’s person at all, but there is something in the air lately. I’m not usually a “holiday” reader, but since Christmas, I have loved reading all the seasonal reads. As we get closer to Valentine’s I’m more and more wanting to read sweet romances. I can’t seem to get enough of them. When I saw this book advertised on Amazon, I knew I had to get it. It sounds quirky and sweet. I cannot wait to start reading!


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25 thoughts on “First-Line Friday #123”

  1. “If someone had asked me yesterday how I envisioned a perfect day, I would have told them a morning swim in the ocean followed by a day on a lounge chair with a good book and an ice-cold drink.” SOUTHERN SASS AND CRISPY CORPSE by Kate Young

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  2. You convinced me. I just bought it. Happy Valentine’s Day! On my blog, I’m sharing the first line from Mountain Storms by Janice Cole Hopkins. Here, I’m sharing the first line of my current read, Teach Me to Love by Kari Trumbo. “It wasn’t right to pray he would just die.”

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