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Kiss Me Before You Say Goodnight

it was amazing 5.00  ·  Rating details ·  3 ratings  ·  3 reviews
On a humid, hot summer afternoon in New York City, Omari walks into a bar and spots a gorgeous, mysterious woman on the brink of tears as she watches her home country getting completely crushed in the World Cup of Soccer on the big screen television. Omari can’t take his eyes off of the beautiful woman so he buys her a drink, sits down at her table and after some pleasant ...more
Paperback, 146 pages
Published July 17th 2018
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LeTara Moore
Aug 26, 2018 rated it it was amazing
I haven’t had much success with reading books this year. Kiss Me Before You Say Goodnight is the only book that I have finished, though I’m hoping to add at least one more before the year ends. As a matter of fact, I may make time to skim through this one again very soon. Why? Because in the day that it took me to read this book, I forgot about all of my troubles and focused solely on the amazing chemistry between the two main characters, Andressa and Omari, and the drama that unfolded as a ...more
Carmen Blalock
Sep 07, 2018 rated it it was amazing
Obsession or infatuation, is there a difference? When you are obsessed you are preoccupied with someone but when you are infatuated you are admiring that person. But truly is there a major difference? If all feels the same, right? The main objective is that your attention is held by a certain person. What happens when it turns extreme? Are you capable of walking away or do you have to follow the feeling through?

Omari is a regular guy. He goes to work and comes home. There is nothing that stands
Aug 19, 2018 rated it it was amazing
Poetic Justice....
This author doesn’t keep you in a comfort zone, writing in several genre giving you something different with each release. This tale was captivating and filled with suspense, heat and poetic justice.

If there was a perfect example as to why you should scrutinize a pick up in a bar, this will give you pause. When Andressa decides to deviate from her plan and set her sights on a different mark, Omari and Andressa end in an intimate tangle. The morning after brings on a new set of
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Keith Kareem Williams is the author of 15 books & currently working on his 16th. He still resides in his hometown of Brooklyn, New York where he delicately balances his time between his responsibilities as a single father as well as the challenges of being a full-time author.
“In interviews, one of the most difficult questions I’ve been asked is, ‘What genre are your novels?’ because honestly,