Kissing Lessons

Susan Laine
Kissing Lessons
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Dreamspinner Press
Release Date
April 2017
Book 2 of Before... and After
Contemporary Romance, Erotic Romance, LGBTQ, New Adult

A kiss is just a kiss. It doesn't have to mean anything. Does it?

At seventeen, Merry's never been kissed. Since he doesn't want to disappoint his prom date, he asks his more experienced best friend, Boone, for some pointers. Surprisingly, Boone agrees to give him a hands-on lesson.

But they have no idea what they're getting into.

They explore hundreds of ways to make out, but somehow it isn't enough. A week later, they're back together for another session. This time things go further than either of them planned, and their relationship becomes awkward and uncomfortable.

Have they learned enough to salvage their friendship and help it evolve? Their lessons have come to an end. They can either part ways forever… or share a true love's kiss.

Book Review by Ana (reviewer)
Sep 21, 2017   [ OFFICIAL REVIEW ]
91 people found the following review helpful
KISSING LESSONS is a great book that combines beautifully sweetness and steam.

Merry has been worried about his lack of knowledge about kissing and the expectations his prom date might have. He wants someone to teach him to kiss, but he can't think of anyone he can trust but his best friend Boone. Boone decides to help Merry but both guys ended up wanting more than they expected.

I really loved this book. It had a simple plot, but very enjoyable. I thought I knew what I was getting myself into when I start reading, but I certainly wasn't prepared for such a steamy read. It was really good. I loved the way the heat was slowly increasing. It definitely didn't feel forced. It was so much believable and between the hotness there was also so much sweetness. It was a perfect combination.

The characters were nice, Merry was very cute. His shyness was adorable and I loved how much it contrasts Boone's self-confidence. I would say I loved the moments they shared, but there wasn't a moment in the book where they weren't together, which I really appreciate because they made a great couple.

Overall this was a great book that explores beautifully how a sensual experience kissing could be. I would recommend it to anyone who likes M/M pairing.
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