Kiss, Don’t Tell by Holly Hart #Review
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One glimpse and I’m hooked. One Kiss is all I need.
I ruined Kim’s life before I even said hello. Life has taught me one thing: guys like me don’t get second chances. I never wanted one. Not until I saw Kim’s face.
Kimberly Sawyers is a good girl, and she lives next door. The more she pushes me away, the more my body aches for her. I can’t sleep. I can’t think. I need her. I need to taste her pinks, and I need to possess her curves. I’m going to make her moan like no man ever has.
The problem? We have a past.
Now I’m undercover, and Kim’s my mission. I’ve put my girl in mortal danger. I’m going to protect her, whatever it takes.
It’s Kim’s first time. She’s my second chance.
Kiss, Don’t Tell is a standalone, 70,000 word undercover bad boy romance. Holly Hart’s books are dark and dirty, she hates cheating, and guarantees a happily ever after every time.
Book Review – Kiss, Don’t Tell
>This is a standalone novel with an HEA. Kim is a girl with fairly low self-esteem. She was bullied in high school due to her crush on a boy. She gets a job in computers and lives in the company apartments next to the cutest man ever, Nate. She figures out Nate is the boy from high school she had a crush on and is furious that he doesn’t remember her. Kim’s new job is pretty uncomfortable. She is proud of the job, but the male co-workers are slimy and sexist. There is a hidden story behind all of Kim’s experiences, though.
>Nate is the cute neighbor, boy from high school and also an undercover operative, using Kim as a mark to get to her boss and his illegal activities. Nate truly did not remember Kim and now finds the mission in jeopardy when she knows him not by his alias. The story is very fast-paces and exciting. The relationship between Kim and Nate, along with the danger Kim gets into keeps this story going.
>Kim is not a typical mark. She does get in to trouble thanks to Nate, but is smart enough to keep herself relatively safe until help comes. I like those kind of heroines. This book is appropriate for an adult audience. I am a reviewer for Romance Authors that Rock. I am giving the story 5 stars.