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3:AM Kisses

(3:AM Kisses #1)

3.75  ·  Rating details ·  13,153 ratings  ·  981 reviews
Baya Brighton is looking forward to her first year at Whitney Briggs University, new friends, dorm life, and finally being close to her brother again. Love is the last thing on the list, but when Baya meets her brother’s roommate she begins to have thoughts and feelings that make even her blush.

Bryson Edwards has a secret he prefers buried in the past and long
Paperback, 306 pages
Published September 17th 2013 by Addison Moore Publishing
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May 04, 2015 rated it did not like it
3:AM Kisses was so dumb… How dumb is it?!?? Well There’s no other word I can use to describe how I felt about it. I seriously rather be audio water boarded by Pink’s get this party started than ever have to experience this again. I really hate hating books because I know how much hard work goes into them and how much effort goes into getting them published… but I still stand behind my statement. This book was just not for me. The fact that it is one of the most cliche things ever written really isn’t ...more
Vi (like the letter)
Aug 01, 2013 rated it did not like it
Shelves: e-arcs, 1-star, blog-tours
The words that come to mind when reading this book are "TOO MUCH" and "RIDICULOUS". The whole time I was reading this I was thinking, "is this some kind of joke?!". This book was filled with raging hormones and the people didn't feel real at all. Everything was superficial. I couldn't connect with any of the characters and the plot was boring. Plus, Baya and her brother's relationship was really weird to me too. I mean, could he NOT keep it in his pants for TWO seconds while she was around?! I w ...more
Sep 18, 2013 rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
4 stars
“ I had never had a kiss that mattered so much— that I’ve craved so badly before and now I know why— Baya wasn’t there to give it.”

How could you forget a chick that accidentally let her girls out to say “Hi”? Baya’s day is turning out to be nothing like she has planned, all she wanted to do was start her college life stepping out of the nerd girl mold her brother so dutifully put her in, but now that her girls made an appearance she has a hottie, shadowing her around trying to see if there wasstars
Heather *Awkward Queen and Unicorn Twin*
I downloaded this as a freebie a long time ago, and eventually deleted it from my Kindle (but not from my account) because I knew I was probably never going to read it. Then other books in the series started popping up for free, and I downloaded them too because I have no self-control. I started a collection of sorts, and I basically forced other people in my romance group to download them as well. Eventually Sarah (click for her much shorter review) and I decided to do a buddy read, even thought I was 99 ...more
Read for the URR 2017 New Year's Reading Challenge prompt 'New Adult Romance'

14/9 - This was HORRENDOUS!!!!!!!!!! The worst book I've read in a very long time, possibly ever (definitely holds the record for most status updates - 100). I will write more when it's not bedtime.

Why is this right up there with the worst book in (my) living memory? Because of the abysmal writing, the endemic slut shaming of everyone who's not the heroine, the ridiculously clichéd man whore who is also the most hypocritical violently over-prot
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Baya Brighton is looking forward to her first year at Whitney Briggs University, new friends, dorm life, and finally being close to her brother again. Love is the last thing on the list, but when Baya meets her brother’s roommate she begins to have thoughts and feelings that make even her blush.

Bryson Edwards has a secret he prefers buried in the past and long forgotten. He prefers loose girls, fast cars, and long nights working at the string of bars his family owns. When his roommate’s(11/27/2014)
Sep 17, 2013 rated it liked it
It had the potential but there were some things that were hard to overlook.

Baya- college freshman, coming to the school her brother Cole already attends.
Cole- Baya's brother, he had no relevance in this book what so ever. I dont think he ever came up for air, sexing his way to a broken dick.
Bryson- adorable, man whore but totally a sweetheart. Best friend and room mate to Cole.

This started out good. Baya was excited about moving into her dorm. She met Bryson outside by accid
Aug 19, 2019 rated it liked it
This book reminds me of Abbi Glines. She my queen for YA/NA romance. But Miss Moore brings more tamer side of NA romance. I do enjoy this book OK. But I found the wording can be edit better. With more layers and characters development.

I have to admit I am confuse with Bryant. He is suppose to be this Romeo with almost triple digit notch on his bed. Then the author paints him as soft, tender heart, fall in love on first sight, romantic kind of guy. It is very confusing.

The story itself is sweet. The n
Anna Serene
DNF'd at ~45%

Nope. I don't need this in my life.

I love an I'm-in-love-with-my-brother's-best-friend trope (see my anticipation for 99 Percent Mine) but there were so many things wrong with this book.

#1: The first pages introduce Baya and Bryson. We're going to start with Bryson because... I feel like it. The dude was introduced and my thought was "this tool can't be the love interest, right? This is just to show that Baya is a special virgin snowfla
Sep 14, 2013 rated it did not like it
Shelves: 2013-reads
1 star - I can't recommend

So I don't do this very often - give one star with no recommendation. I just couldn't find much to like about this one.

Baya is nineteen but if she didn't tell me, I'd have thought her brothers assessment of 13 was closer to the mark. She's innocent and naive and I could accept that but she thinks in ridiculous sexual innuendo. Her reference to her "girl parts" was frequent and colorful. She named her roommates boobs! She so did. Thing one and thi
**ARC kindly provided by author in exchange for an honest review**


This was my first book by Addison Moore and I can say that it probably won't be my last. I enjoyed reading this book but it didn't WOW me. The beginning of the story was kind of slow and very single minded when it came to the storyline. The story is about a 19 year old girl who is going off to college. She picks the college that her brother is at because she wanted to be closer to him./>RATING
Aug 13, 2013 rated it liked it
Shelves: arc, sept-2013
“My what a long penis you have.
--the better to spear you with.”
LOL! Baya you’re such a hoot!

Baya Brighton:

-Dark brunette hair; lime green eyes; has a buxom chest.
-Raised by her mother and older brother after father’s death.
-Very innocent, sheltered, and forthright.
-And also a virgin.

Bryson Edwards:

-Caramel hair; pale grey eyes; ripped, tanned, tattooed.
-Ex-manwhore of Whitney Briggs University (aside from Cole Brighton, bestie and Baya’s older brother).
-King of one liners.
-Has a secret that makes him feel taintedhoot!

Baya ...more
Kelly (Diva Booknerd)
I'm a glutton for punishment.

3:AM Kisses is a new adult novel that follows the story of Baya and Bryson. Don't they already sound lovely as a couple? Baya is a naive virgin who is a freshman at the same university as her brother, who incidentally is also Bryson's roommate. He's the campus whore. Both young men mark notches into their door frames of how many female conquests they've bedded. So when the lovely little Maya walks in, of course Bryson wants her. She's the token virgin who
Nov 23, 2013 rated it it was ok
This book was cringe. Seriously I actually cringed.

Baya was the type of character I wanted to punch. She was supposed to be an innocent, sheltered 19year old but all I could think was this girl is so naive, so immature, such a doormat (get some backbone girl!), and she was more like a 16 year old - but even most 16 year olds would be more advanced than her. She was a joke.
And her brother Cole was such a pig! I mean how ridiculous. He was a huge delusional, hypocritical manwhore. In what w
Aug 29, 2019 rated it really liked it
Loved this steamy novel! It was really nice! Laughed a lot while reading it! The fact that the guy was capable of waiting so much to get physical with the girl was really unbelievable, adding the fact, he made notches on the wall to keep the track of how many girls, he's been with ...
Sep 12, 2013 rated it it was amazing
WOW! This was one amazing read! I immediately fell in love with Bryson, and Baya was so freaking relate able! We meet both of them when Baya arrives on campus and accidentally ends up flashing Bryson. He ends up helping her, and you can tell they are immediately attracted to each other.

When Bryson takes Baya to see her older brother Cole, she doesn't realize that Bryson is her brother's roommate. Nor does she know that her brother and his roommate are the male whores of campus! Even
Cassandra (Thebookishcrypt)
This was the first book I have read by Addison and I wasn't that impressed. I found it predictable and TOO sexually charged... I know, there's such a thing!? I didn't know it was until I read this. EVERYBODY is out having sex and I was slapped in the face with it when I was just looking for some insight into the characters. With that said, I didn't seem to like the insight I actually received.
The plot twist in this was the only unpredictable part I experienced here. Although I knew somethi
Sep 17, 2013 rated it it was amazing
Shelves: favorites
Bryson. Yep, that pretty much sums it up. Bryson. Ok, there is actually so much more to this book, but at this moment, I am still swooning over Bryson. True Story.

The first book in the 3AM Kisses series focuses on Bryson and Baya. Baya is such an interesting and likable character. I know interesting sounds boring, but she so is not. We get to see her relationship to her brother change as she discovers that they both really dealt with their childhood in a very different manner. We als
Sep 20, 2013 rated it liked it
3.5 stars
Written in his and hers alternate points of view, 3:am kisses is incredibly corny and funny.

It has the components for a great read but lacks a certain depth for it. It’s still a good read because being in either Baya or Bryson’s head is at incredibly humorous.

“Okay. Don’t panic. If he green-lights operation deflower-power I’ll simply jump in the shower.”

Yeah, Baya is a horny virgin set on proving she’s old and mature enough to be deflowered. While Bryson i/>
Siiri (Little Pieces of Imagination)
If you want to read my thoughts, visit this person's (Vivian) review. Didn't read the whole book, but from the 42% I did read, my thoughts are exactly the same. I hope you guys enjoy this book though!

Edit 12/14/13: I' can't.. I didn't finish this book and I really don't want to give a rating if I DNF a novel, but honestly? This book isn't something I can recommend. Ever. Every time I see it somewhere, I always feel the rush of displeasure and it's not something I'm indifferent to. Nothing personal tow
Feb 13, 2015 rated it liked it
Random kindle find that was free. & I really enjoyed it.
Jun 12, 2018 rated it it was ok
This is book one in the series, I have read probably 5 or 6 others so far. I enjoy almost all of them. This one I like because it is almost like an introduction to the characters we will see later and the school. I thought Baya’s innocence as a 19 year old was a little over the top. Come on nobody is that naïve in today’s work. This book wasn’t bad, but I wouldn’t say it was good either. I know Addison can write some awesome books but this one was kinda of blahhh in my opinion. Bryson came off a ...more
Sep 08, 2013 rated it it was amazing
Prior to 3:AM Kisses I was only familiar with Addison through her amazing Celestra series. I’m so glad I got the opportunity to review an ARC for this tour because it was awesome!

This is the first in a new series. Our H/h are Bryson and Baya. Baya is a freshman in college who is up for new adventures and shedding her “good girl” status, which was placed on her by her older brother, Cole, who happens to be roommates and best friends with Bryson. But that’s not how Bryson and Baya firs
Nov 24, 2017 rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
Recommends it for: New Adult romance fans
Recommended to Livia by: Addison Moore
Review updated on 3/11/18

★.•**•★Unabridged Audiobook Info★•**•.★

Narrated by:
Caitlin Kelly
Length: 8 hrs and 5 mins
Release Date: 10-21-15
Publisher: Addison Moore publishing
Writing style: Dual POVs
Cover gush: It’s super sexy. I love the pink as well!
Overall rating: ★★★
Performance rating: ★★★★☆
Story rating: ★★★☆☆

Audible Review Title: “Good start to a long series of standalone novels!”
I enjoyed Baya and Bryson’s college romance, and I liked the audiobook performance a lot.

I did a du/>Audible/>•*/>Writing/>/>Release/>/>★
Heather andrews
Aug 31, 2013 rated it it was amazing
Bryson that boy is sex on two legs, so cocky, "don't feel too bad - clothes everywhere have a habit of falling off in my presence. Especially the undergarment variety." His mind, s*** his mind is entertaining, "s***. Forget Cole, I'll have my own balls on a spit by the end of the night if she accidently turns this into some kind of stripping gig. The only one she's allowed to strip for is me." Even in the most extreme situations the boy has a sense of humor, "that's all right. He sort of disable ...more
Sharon Richmond
Nov 18, 2015 rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
Shelves: favorites
OMG I was gifted this audio book of 3 AM Kisses for an honest review.

Awesome doesn't even come close to this audio book!!!

3 AM Kisses is narrated by Caitlin Kelly and she is Baya all the way. She brought the story to life in a way that was so entertaining and wonderful I was hooked from the first page!!!

Baya Brighton and Bryson Edwards story is I believe the best romantic comedy I have read so far this year or ever. Loved this so much I had to listen to it twi
This was a book where I really wish Goodreads gave half stars. I really felt this was more of a 2.5-ish book. After reading the first 30% of the book I could definitely see why people shelved this as DNF. However, as I went along it got better. The first part was basically everywhere that Baya went everyone was having sex and that's all basically anyone did. It was kind of annoying. Once the relationship between her and Bryson got going things got better. If you are one of those people that gets ...more
Sexy and Entertaining!

I had great fun reading this book and has some pretty hilarious moments.
Claire - The Coffeeholic Bookworm
I guess I was expecting too much from this book, but I was a little despondent with all the slut shaming and degrading stuffs that both main characters had done. I was ready to call it quits with Baya’s take on sexual fantasies and her virginity issues, and her brother’s harem scarem activities, and her too high regards to the equally haughty Bryson Edwards, her would be boyfriend. I just didn’t like the vibes they’d been putting off, i don’t know if it’s just me or maybe I’ve read a lot of erot ...more
Oct 22, 2017 rated it did not like it  ·  review of another edition
DNF 6%. What the crap was this mess? This exemplifies why writing comedy is so easy to get disastrously wrong in romance novels. This was a frenetic, nonsensical, over-caffeinated mess that felt like a 18 year old hammered it out on her cell phone while knocking back a few Adderall and 5 Hour Energy drinks. I was willing to suffer through the unfunny attempts at comedy that made no sense at all and the narrative whiplash, but honestly once the author got in a crack at PCOS girls for having hormo ...more
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Addison Moore is a New York Times and USA Today bestselling author of mystery and romance. Her new book Yule Log Eulogy comes out July 11th.

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“Deep down I know I have to have Baya. I need her to want me too, and I can’t figure out why the hell I feel this way after knowing her for less than a few hours. Baya Brighton has cast her spell whether she’s aware of it or not, and, now, the only thing left to do is to figure out how the hell to break it.
I don’t think I can.
I don’t think I want to.”
“You taste like sugar," he pants through a smile, still out of breath.
"Somehow I doubt that. But I appreciate the thought.”
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