The Kiss List

Sonya Weiss
The Kiss List
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Entangled Bliss
Release Date
February 2020
Book 1 of Love List
Contemporary Romance, Romantic Comedy

All Haley Bowman has ever wanted was her One True Love. But now, with her cousin getting married and Haley back in her small town, the pressure is on. Good thing she's got a foolproof Kiss List, full of potential OTLs. Her parents knew they were soul mates at their first kiss, so surely Haley will know the same. All she needs to do is...well, kiss each of these guys…

Enter Max Gallagher: bane of Haley's existence, her nemesis since childhood, and, unfortunately, as a local, her way in with all the guys on the Kiss List. Max wants nothing to do with love and certainly nothing to do with Haley, but he can clear the way for her to get to know the guys on the list. Of course, he wants something in return: to be made a partner in Haley's family's business. One kiss for relinquishing her hold-out vote on Max.

But the more time Max and Haley spend together, the clearer it is that there's a paper-thin line between love and hate. Max will have to decide between the job he's always dreamed of or the girl of his dreams before his fate is sealed with someone else's kiss.

Book Review by Ashia (reviewer)
Apr 15, 2020   [ OFFICIAL REVIEW ]
7 people found the following review helpful
THE KISS LIST is a laugh-out-loud, compelling read with relatable characters.

I love Haley and Max, especially their witty banter. Each gave as good as they got. They had me giggling and suppressing my "laugh-out-loud" tendencies. Love their chemistry from their first scene to their last.

I also love the way their romance developed. You can really see the gradual way they moved from enemies to friends to lovers. But really, even when they're "enemies", they sound and act like friends.

I also love Haley's relationship with her father and her friends. A bridezilla is almost the norm for every wedding and I thought Suzie's change of heart toward the end wraps things up a little too nicely. I would've been okay with her continuing to be a bridezilla till the end.

If you're looking for a romantic comedy, be sure to pick this one up. The rom-com part is flawless and natural, making this book a win on all counts. It's already going into my To-Be-Reread pile!
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