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Slow Summer Kisses by Shannon Stacey
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Jun 09, 2012

really liked it
bookshelves: contemporary-romance, novella
Read in June, 2012

I love Shannon Stacey, so is it any wonder I pre-ordered this and read it the day it was released? Shannon's novels feature characters who cause enough friction with each other to worry Smokey Bear.

Cameron's a man who saw his father work himself to death and figured out he was on the same track. He figured out a way to step off the career conveyor belt and can now make chillaxing an Olympic sport. Anna feels a constant terrible need to succeed and she can't survived without dozens of to-do lists. When the two of them meet after years apart, it's hard to see how they can find happiness with each other without sacrificing an essential part of themselves.

Funny, tender and sexy, Slow Summer Kisses is a wonderful way to help yourself unwind from life's constant pressure.

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