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Allowing Simon Hunt to play her partner on her latest assignment probably wasn't Frankie Paresky's best idea ever, but the PI found it just as hard as most women did to tell him no. When a chance to solve a long-ago mystery sparked a sizzling attraction between old friends, Frankie wavered between pleasure and panic. Could the best bad boy she'd ever known be the man she'd always love?

Utterly seductive, irresistibly inventive, The Kissing Game celebrates a love as torrid as the Florida sun - and as steamily passionate as a first kiss.

©1996 Suzanne Brockmann; (P)2009 BBC Audio

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  • Judy
  • Champaign, IL, United States
  • 03-13-09

Cute Story

Very cute story. I liked the characters and the plot line. A little predictable, but still very enjoyable.

7 of 7 people found this review helpful

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Cute story, but lots of self-assessing narrative

The story is good, the characters typical romantic characters, but solid with the old girl-next-door story (which I like), but it goes on and on with the characters deciding if they should tell the other how they feel, should chance being intimate and other internal monologues. Could have been a good mystery like Infamous, but the "mystery" is strictly to put the two together without any real detecting. More dialogue, more story and less monologue please!

2 of 2 people found this review helpful