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Kissin' Tell by Lorelei James
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Jun 26, 12

bookshelves: cowboys, erotic-romance, deliciously-hot-hero
Read from June 26 to 27, 2012

Let me just say Tell McKay is one large hunk of yummyness! ;) The geek turned hottie playboy and the ex-virgin cheerleader sure do spark fire. Although their relationship was very juvenile and most arguments could have easily been solved, I guess that was the point. The insecurity, isolation and judgement doesn't end after high school. This may sound extremely shallow but I preferred the sex to their actual relationship. I loved everything about the book except the actual romance part. I see the connection between their shared grief over losing a brother but most of the story either Tell or Georgia were locked into a certain way of thinking that the ending just seemed abrupt to me. Well maybe it's just me. It's just the sex was so passionate, steamy, exciting, and had me all geared up. I like Georgia don't get me wrong but I didn't love her or feel connected. Together they create fireworks while alone she's just a woman lost. I wish she spoke up more. She wasn't bitchy but actually shy.

My favorite part was catching up with the rest of the McKay Brood. And those Mckay wives sure do pop them out like crazy. I'm glad Jesse and Brandt finally got their baby after all that went on. Also, Dalton McKay what is going on with you? The reality of the family drama keep me reading book after book. I feel like a McKay sometimes while reading. I hope y'all know what I'm saying or else I sound crazy.

So Gavin is up next. He moving to Sundance with daughter in tow. Sounds interesting.
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Lilly Christine Super spot on review! I liked the characters, but I wasn't feeling really connected. The sexy moments were super inventive, but the plot sort of bumbled along without a lot of will they or won't they. The subplots were awesome but just seemed to extend the story rather than add zing. The too dumb to live moment was when Ginger stood Tell up for dinner, then it just got blown off as an "oh well"......


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