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Just a Kiss by Kate Kisset
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it was amazing

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Sarah has just moved to Sonoma to get over a miserable relationship. She is not looking to start anything new. She is too busy with her bakery and frankly really isn't interested at the moment. That is until she is talked into teaching Jamie Santino how to bake for his new movie. Why did she allow herself to be talked into this?

Jamie needs help with his new movie role. So when he walks into Vine Cafe, he is pleasantly surprised to see the woman who will be helping him. He can't seem to keep his eyes off her and puts the charm on big time. Little did they know baking could be so sexy. Their chemistry is off the charts and only just begins to stir at their first "lesson".

When Jamie doesn't show up on time the first day, Sarah already has planned on telling him to forget the whole thing and to find someone else to help him. But when she does this he surprises her but actually taking this whole thing seriously. They both can no longer deny the attraction, and with just a kiss, everything starts to come alive.

All seems to be going well, they are getting along, Jamie is learning, Sarah is teaching, and the make out sessions become so much more igniting. And of course, in comes the envy of someone who can't have what she wants. Jamie's co-star will try anything to make sure Jamie is hers. When Sarah sees some of these things, she isn't sure how to take them. She knows Jamie is this famous movie star and can have anyone he wants.

Does it all work out in the end? Will Sarah believe anything that Jamie or her friends have to tell her? Or will be just think that every man is like her ex-boyfriend?
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April 4, 2016 – Shelved
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