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    Gotta Love Hot Firemen

    So...the book I just read right before this one has the same type of scenario that's in this book, and I have decided that I don't like that scenario. The scenario is when the main characters, or just one of the main characters decides that sex without any commitment is a good idea, and everyone will be totally happy with the situation, but of course they aren't because guess what! emotions are part of sex, so then problems arise. Also, why does every guy need to sleep with tons of women! Can't we just have a hot guy that doesn't need to have sex with a whole bunch of women; I guess not because it's in every dang book I read! Okay enough ranting. So, I tried to look past not enjoying the problem maker in this story, and I actually did enjoy the characters, so I still went with a 4 rating. I haven't read the previous books, which I've decided I like because this book is about Casey, and it seems that she wasn't very likable in the previous books, so it was good to not have preconceived notions about her, and I liked her. I do plan to read the previous books because I like the storylines for the previous 2 books, and I did mostly like Kim Amos' writing. I loved the way the characters meet in this book, I'm always down for hot firemen, and I did think they had some great chemistry, and the romance scenes had some spice. I did think it odd that Abe made such a turn around, and I did get frustrated with Casey because I feel like she needs more conviction. I liked Casey and her sister's relationship, and I like the other ladies in Casey's circle of friends; they have a fun dynamic, and add some humor to the story. I look forward to the previous books, and the future books, and hopefully we won't have anymore books with the sex with no strings storyline.
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    A little drama and a whole lot of heat!

    What happens when the good girl out to have some fun gets tangled up with the fun-loving bad boy who is looking to settle down? A little bit of drama, some fireworks and a whole lot of sexy times! Casey Tanner has been a good girl all her life, living by the rules and her lists. She took on the responsibility for her younger sister when they lost their parents at a very young age and now that she's settled down, Casey has plans to cut loose and enjoy her independence, starting with a very naughty Christmas list and sexy firefighter Abe Cameron is just the man to give her what she needs. Abe Cameron is a serial monogamist who has never had a problem getting any woman he wants and he enjoys his reputation as a good-time guy, with the nickname to go along with it. However a recent health scare has him rethinking his devotion to his bachelorhood and Casey Tanner is just the woman he wants more with. Unfortunately for Abe, while Casey is willing to tear up the sheets with him, she's very clear on her lack of interest in a more permanent relationship and he's got his work cut for him convincing her that more with him is exactly what she needs. I have a couple of books from this series but never got round to reading them, but I have to say that I really enjoyed Casey and Abe. I found myself smiling and chuckling through most of the book at the banter between them, the cute moments and even Casey's interactions with the other ladies. Casey was easy to love and her struggle to let go and fit in was easy to relate to. She has always thrived on order and letting go of the self-imposed restrictions was not so easy for her, but I liked that she made the effort. I feel like she was punishing herself for her past mistakes by keeping to the fringes of the group, but I was glad that the ladies welcomed her into the group. Abe was quite the hunky fireman. I loved that he brought out the playful side of Casey and helped her relax a bit. One of my favorite things about this book was the age of the characters, which gave them a bit of maturity, in my opinion that is! EVERY LITTLE KISS was a fun and entertaining read even though it touched upon some hot button issues. I liked that the story did not go the predictable route of having Casey change her mind about her decision to not have kids. I enjoyed the easy and enjoyable writing style of Ms. Amos and will definitely read more from her. Disclaimer: I received this book for free from the Publisher in exchange for an honest review. This does not affect my opinion of the book or the content of my review.
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    Sweet story

    Every Little Kiss is the 4th book in the White Pine series, but it absolutely stands alone. That's not to say that it didn't make me want to read the first three books - because it did. I met Casey at the beginning of this book, but readers of the series to date would recognize her from her sister's Audrey's book And Then He Kissed Me. But it's OK if you haven't met her yet, because you get to know her quickly. From what I understand from the previous book, Casey feels the need to redeem herself in her sister's eyes. Casey has been raising her sister basically alone since their parents died and that has forced her to take a rigid approach to life. She has an almost desperate need to control what's happening in her life in the hopes of controlling the outcome. As we all know, we can try as much as we can but sometimes things just happen. It's really fun to watch as Casey even tries to control her "breaking out of her shell" with a list. The list. The infamous list. The list that becomes the lynch pin in her budding relationship with Abe. Enter Abe. I love Abe. He's almost like a schizophrenic personality, switching from all gruff and commanding, to gentle and sweet like the flip of a switch. We come to find that he chooses to live life "skin deep", never digging down into some of the relationships that could possibly be good. I think his personality is just so different than the rest of his family that his struggles are because he's trying to find a way to fit in. But, gosh, I love him. He's incredibly sensitive to Casey when he first meets her (until he isn't) and his commitment to the literacy center is wonderful. He's got some good relationships with the guys and gals he works with at the fire station, and despite himself, even with his family. The variety of characters in this book is wonderful. There is a ladies group that Casey has joined with her sister, because she knows that's what you do. But she struggles to fit in and I could so identify with her in that. But they embrace her anyway. And then there are the other firemen. I look forward to Quinn's story coming up - HER story looks to be interesting. The town setting provides a wonderful winter backdrop for the story and Casey's love of Christmas, another thing I can relate to. Overall, a wonderful holiday read in a lovely small town in Minnesota.
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    Fun, light and sexy.

    Every Little Kiss by Kim Amos is a fun, light and sexy read. A woman searching for a good time. A playboy that wants to show her one. Casey came across a running away from her responsibilities. Abe was the good time guy. Always ready to have fun. What I found really amazing is by the end of the story the playboy wanted stability and the usually responsible Casey wanted anything but to be tied down. With identifiable characters Kim Amos created a read that is unforgettable.
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