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Kiss and Don't Tell

By: Meghan Quinn
Narrated by: Jason Clarke,Vanessa Edwin
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Five hockey players, a cabin in the woods...and little old me, Winnie Berlin.

Sounds like the start of a fantasy, right? But it's not. It's my reality.

It all started when I got lost in the middle of the Canadian Rockies. A wicked thunderstorm sent my car mud sliding into a ditch, and for a girl whose survival skills involve finding the nearest Starbucks, I was in deep trouble.

Forced to abandon my car in search of help, I stumbled upon a cabin in the middle of nowhere. Soaking wet, irritated, and in desperate need of a hot shower, I knocked on the door for help only to be greeted by five boisterous, burly, and insanely attractive men.

Not just men.

Professional hockey players.

I hit the motherload of fantasies, right? Wrong.

Because as it turns out, one of them is my ex-boyfriend's half-brother. And when I end up crashing in their spare bedroom for the night, things take a very unexpected turn.

I'm not sure any amount of survival skills can protect my heart from Vancouver Agitators star goalie, Pacey Lawes. But as long as we kiss and don’t tell, maybe everything will be okay....

©2021 Meghan Quinn (P)2023 Meghan Quinn
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✫✫ 4 Stars ✫✫

Another fun book by Meghan Quinn. This book started off funny with some quirky characters. Each of the guys are 1000% different from each other which I loved because it made their friendships so much funnier. Winnie was a little flakey but in a lost kind of way, I enjoyed that she grew so much throughout this book. Pacey was everything until he wasn't.... I loved his character so much while they were getting to know each other but I couldn't connect his behavior when he got home to the guy in the rest of the book, it was just not him before or after. I'm glad this book had a happy ending and hope there will be more on the friends in this story... except the girl roommate... She was crazy and I can't image her book lol.

The narration was great I enjoy both Jason Clarke & Vanessa Edwin.

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A 5 ⭐️ SLOW-BURN WITH LOL HUMOR & SO.. SO MUCH MORE

I think this is Meghan’s best best best book yet and hopefully it’s a great start to what I hope (fingers crossed) is going to continue as a series. It’s light, fun, sweet, witty, endearing, charming, sexy and so.. so much more as lost in life Winnie knocks on the right door when she’s stranded alone in the woods in a thunderstorm. They’re all fine looking men these five Hockey Players.. but there’s only one who draws her eyes more than the others.. one that takes her under his wing.. one that builds a friendship and her confidence after a toxic past relationship.. and that man is swoon-worthy Pacey Lawes. And Pacey feels the instant connection, chemistry and pull for their new house guest too.. however, I love the way Meghan doesn’t rush these two characters. Instead they excitedly explore their connection, talk, play games and lay a great foundation for possibilities.. before the passion ignites. There’s secrets that are predictably going to disrupt and derail.. and again, I loved the pace of the winning back and reunion.. that it was tentative, thoughtful, heartfelt and worked at.

Worth a credit? Oh yes absolutely, it’s a wonderful slow-burn despite their instant chemistry. It’s a well-paced, smooth, tender easy-listen with delicious splashes of hot.. and some needed character growth on both sides. Each and every one of the secondary friends are crucial in, and added to, the sense of friendship, fun and overall enjoyment and they have you liking this story even more. And the dual POV narration by Vanessa and Jason was outstanding as they brought to life all the characters, all the charm, all the passion and the pleasures, all the feels and all the fun in this addictive and very entertaining love story (.. 💕 u J).

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Pacey Lawes...SWOON!!!

A woman walks up to a cabin, and there are five hot AF professional hockey players. This isn’t the beginning of a joke, but a real-life fantasy Winnie Berlin wasn’t expecting. When she had car trouble, she walked up to the closest place to hopefully use the phone. What she wasn’t expecting was a group of welcoming—most of them—heavily muscled, very attractive men. Not being a hockey fan, Winnie didn’t know who these guys were. But one of them, Pacey Lawes caught her eye almost immediately.

As for Pacey, he’s obviously drawn to Winnie, but there’s something familiar about her. Turns out, she’s his half-brother’s ex-girlfriend. There’s definitely an attraction between them, but they both need to deal with some of their issues from the past before they can move forward. Due to circumstances, Winnie’s stay with the guys goes from overnight to a few more days. As they spend more time with each other, they’re quickly becoming more than friends in a temporary situation. But when someone from both their pasts makes his presence known, this will be a test to their budding relationship.

Pacey’s teammates are quite protective of him, but they’re really warming up to Winnie. This was a beautifully written story, and I’m looking forward to the other guys’ stories. They’re all adorable, complicated, and so much fun. Lots of humor, on-point dirty talking, and a very swoony hero. Winnie’s best friends are absolutely bananas. I know this is the first book in the series, but Pacey is my favorite, and I’m not sure there’s a chance of any of the other guys knocking him from the #1 spot. But I can’t wait to find out!

Jason Clarke and Vanessa Edwin did an amazing job narrating this story.

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What happened to the story?!!

I don’t think I’ve ever read a Meghan Quinn book that wasn’t really enjoyable. When I dove into this book, it had the makings of being some of her best work. Like seriously, I was laughing, swooning, the whole bit. Pacey is literally my dream man from head to toe with an amazing personality and successful hockey career! Clarke and Edwin are a great narration team too!! About 50-60% in, the story started to drag. Then things fell apart (typical)…and I was unimpressed with the way both main characters handled themselves. They had some issues to work through but you’re not going to get anywhere shutting down, blaming the other person and failing to see how you contributed to the problem. Total lack of communication. Running away behavior. I did think it was cute how Pacey’s teammates rallied and helped him decide a plan to get his girl back…and he does (duh!)…but the plan just reminded me of a child trying to sneak up on a baby rabbit or squirrel in the woods to get a closer look without spooking them. In the relationship sense, pretty lame and boring….but necessary because Winnie was emotionally stunted and overall just immature. And then they get back together and it just ends…ok…. 3 underwhelming stars for the story.

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Fun Slow Burn Romance

Kiss and Don't Tell by Meghan Quinn is a standalone sports romantic comedy.

Starting out at a cabin in the Canadian Rockies, Winnie & Pacey's story is a light and fun slow burn romance with lots of hijinks, flirting, some family drama, heartache and a heartwarming ending.

I adore Jason Clarke and Vanessa Edwin their narration of Kiss And Don't Tell was fantastic, I hope they co-narrate more books together.

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Fine but not that fine

I read very good comments, but there are so many wrong things in this book. First him, Pacey, is sweet then he is a controller, jelous *erk! She, Whinnie (?), besides having an aweful name is so needy! There are some parts I liked but the overall story, I didn’t.
Narrators were okey.

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Already know I am going to love all the books that will come with this hockey team

❤️🎧Audiobooks:

Narrators:
Jason Clarke & Vanessa Edwin

Pasey Laws & Winnie Berlin
Step brothers ex girlfriend
He falls first
Super cute and funny

She is stranded in the mountains and has to find the closest house which happens to be a house full of hockey players

I loved getting to know all of the Vancouver agitator hockey team in this book.
The banter was amazing. The friendships.
And the love story between these two.

When he falls, he falls with a secret he should had told her sooner and this book follows their journey to hooking up, becoming friends and falling in love.

Obsessed with his dirty talking and can’t wait to hear all the other books that will come with this team!!

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nope

I made it through. It is 3X as long as it should have been, lots of repetition. The first 2/3rds I almost quit several times because the FMC is intolerable: insecure, whiny, weak, needs constant ego boosts. Jason Clarke was undoubtedly the best thing about this. It's hard to believe it was written y Ms Quinn who is one of the very best rom-com authors around.

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Loved it!

I listened to the second one now I’m going to have to keep reading the rest of the series. Sometimes long books lose interest at parts, but this kept me engaged all the way thru.

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Boring

The whole storyline was not only boring but completely left me unable to suspend disbelief long enough to get into it at all

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