- Siren Publishing
- Release Date
- October 2011
Xander Chisholm is the head of Chisholm Ranch, a huge ranch in Southern Texas. Ten years ago, Xander was devastated by the actions of a woman who was supposed to love him. Since that time, Xander has given up on love and has a well-earned love-'em-and-leave-'em reputation.
Jordan Prescott is a native New Yorker who loses everything in a fire. Her best friend since college, Jessie Chisholm, talks her into starting over in Deseo, Texas. Although not totally naive, Jordan is an innocent and has been waiting for the man who can ignite her passions with one touch.
Once Jordan meets Xander, she knows he is that man. Caught in a whirlwind affair, both are surprised when an unexpected complication occurs. This complication brings back painful memories for both of them. Will it bring them closer together, or will it tear them apart?
Book Review by SColt (author,reviewer)
Feb 13, 2012 [ OFFICIAL REVIEW ]
136 people found the following review helpful
ARE YOU GONNA KISS ME OR NOT? had a bit of everything, humor, drama, and adventure.
A tragic fire prompts Jordan Prescott out of her rent-controlled apartment and to her best friend's hometown in Deseo, Texas. Jessie Chisholm has been her best friend since college, and with no family to speak of and no real friends, the move is her only logical choice. When Jordan gains a job at the Chisholm brother's bar, a home she can afford and time to focus on her pottery. Things are looking up. Then she see's Xander and her long ignored libido spirals out of control and she decides it might just be time to lose her virginity.
Xander is the second oldest of the Chisholm brood. The seven brothers are eye candy for the local girls, but its Xander who has the reputation as a ladies' man. When he's attracted to his little sister's best friend, he's thrown for a loop. She's not his usual type with her petite form and innocence. But there's something about her he can't resist.
The two enter into an illicit affair with ghosts from the past come back to haunt them. Will they over come the past or miss out on a chance at love?
Ms. Kinkade weaves a good tale. I was rooting for Jordan and Xander from the start, but there were times when I wasn't sure they were going to make it. (A sign of a well written romance!) My only complaints were the word repetition and clichéd situations that distracted me while I was reading.
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