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    Spicy Romance + a Close-Knit "Family of Friends"

    So far, I’ve enjoyed reading each of the Book Convention romances. All of the heroes and heroines have sympathetic backstories that never fail to tug at my heartstrings, and I’ve come to care about each one in turn. In K Is for Kismet, Kade is a former FBI agent and reservist, who lost his leg in combat in Afghanistan. Ever since then he’s been struggling to find his place in the world. Molly is a best-selling romance author with epilepsy. They meet at the romance book convention and instantly fall for one another because of a ghostly matchmaker who has appeared to both of them. Randy and Oscar from the third book play strong roles and have lots of their own POV scenes. In fact, IMHO, they kind of overshadowed Kade and Molly as they each deal with putting their sexual pasts to rest and later deal with crazy estranged family members who want to do them harm. I had a few issues with the story, primarily the feeling that Kade and Molly’s characters and relationship could have been more fully developed, but Randy and Oscar’s part of the story more or less made up for this deficiency. So in the end, I enjoyed the book despite a few mixed feelings and look forward to finishing the series.

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