A Kiss is Just A Kiss
by Melinda Curtis
“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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