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  • Review: Kiss Me 2: Kiss Me Tonight

    Kiss Me Tonight by Emma Hart is the second book in her series. A hilarious romance filled with awkward older family members that thrive on embarrassing everyone, a sexy firefighter with a penchant for accidentally sending illicit pics to the wrong person and the unsuspecting but very appreciative woman who receives the pics. A comedy of errors in a way that takes two quirky people, an accidental text and weaves a tale of sexy romance and finding love in the most unlikely of places in the most unconventional of ways. Well-written and well-paced this is another great romance from Emma Hart! Enjoy!

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  • so sweet and charming

    This is a very short love story but it’s so refreshingly simple. The characters have great chemistry and they are very likeable. The romance progressed slowly and felt real. Great book.

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  • Kiss Me Tonight

    Funny and enjoyable! Whether it was fate, kismet,coincidence, or just luck, Reagan and Noah had to get together. I have to admit it was pretty funny to the tables turn on the smart mouth,bold, know it all Reagan.

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  • Their Romance was Fate!

    It all started with an inappropriate text from a stranger . . . After some harmless texting Regan thinks she may be interested in meeting the hunky firefighter. When her apartment building catches fire, however, the random texter becomes her rescuer when he saves her from the burning building. Noah’s drunken bad decision may have been one of the luckiest mistakes he’s ever made when the woman he accidentally sends a dirty picture too ends up being much cooler than he could have ever anticipated. New in town, it’s fate that she happens to be the woman he rescues from a burning building when he didn’t even know they lived near one another, as they hadn’t even exchanged last names yet. Now that they’ve met face to face, will the flirty banter of texting be able to translate into something more? I loved Reagan and Noah from the first raunchy text! The unintended text was hilarious and broke the ice and started a friendship based on humor before they ever laid eyes on one another. Their relationship felt so easy and comfortable that they literally just fell into it once they actually met in person. I enjoyed how outgoing and independent Reagan was and loved that the author gave her depth by having some vulnerability in trusting her feelings. Noah is really chill, funny, sexy and sweet as can be! He really is Reagan’s dream guy in the flesh . . . especially since he also has a rescue chihuahua. Their relationship really did feel like fate was behind everything! While major drama . . . hello, Reagan’s home burned down . . . brought the couple together, as an actual couple they were relatively drama free (other than crazy Aunt Bethel whose antics are comedic gold) which made for a happy, fun and relaxing romance! 5 stars.

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  • Pure uncomfortable comedy!

    I love a good wrong number text that goes hilariously wrong!! What else would Emma Hart give us but pure uncomfortable comedy at the characters expense!?! I went through Kiss Me Tonight in just a single evening! These three besties are amazing and completely awkwardly hilarious! I can't get enough of their antics, together or separate, it doesn't matter. They're always up to something. Reagan is upbeat, a bit outlandish. She's the life of the party. Noah is new in town and he's a firemen... commence the immediate and automatic drooling! It gets worse because he totally adorable and sweet!! So ya get it, if I wasn't completely smitten and smiling sillily at these characters then I was laughing pretty hard at them! Emma Hart always knows how to write her characters, her people so they are impossible not to adore. Kiss Me Tonight was sweet and enchanting and I couldn't read it quickly enough! Hart's writing is just as amazing as her characters and if you can't tell... I am obsessed with the characters!! I am patiently, read impatiently, waiting for Ava's story because I just know, read expect, Emma Hart to kill this conclusion!! I received an ARC of this book with the hope that I would leave an Unbiased Opinion. I was not required to leave a review, positive or otherwise, and my opinions are just that... my opinions.

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