The older sister of Emma LaRue wasn't looking for love. In fact, the last thing Kaylee LaRue thought as she attended her sister's Caribbean wedding was that she would meet a man as confident as Owen Parker. The suave businessman oozed charm, and when that charm was directed at Kaylee, it gave her pause. She couldn't be sure if the man was actually interested in her or just interested in a good time.
In reality, Owen Parker had never met anyone like Kaylee LaRue. The quiet girl from Iowa made him forget to breathe the first time he saw her. When he tried to work his magic, her wit proved to be a match for his, and his charms had no effect. He knew what it looked like - she probably thought that he wanted to have a vacation tryst with her just as Jack Saunders had with Emma. Nothing could be further from the truth.
©2013 Krista Lakes (P)2013 Krista Lakes
her smooth voice makes the book enjoyable to listen to and did not detract from the story
This is the second book in Krista's "Kisses" series that I have listened to. The storyline seems to get better every time. I'm listening to Champagne kisses now, and feel like the stories just keep getting better!
Kaylee, which may seem an obvious answer because she is the narrator of the story, however, I like how Alicia Harris brought her to life in such a believable manner. She nailed the tone of the character.
No, I enjoyed this book, but I would savor it for only the times I was in the car for long drives.
I really enjoyed listening to both Saltwater Kisses, and Rainwater Kisses… again I feel like the narrator, Alicia Harris, made the characters come to life, and was very easy to listen to.
Better storyline. Narration that sounded like she gave a damn.
MONOTONE no matter what!
Main female...she was dumb and uninteresting
Saltwater Kisses was superb.... sorry that this one was not as good.
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