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    Friends to Lovers Holiday Romance

    Perfect Kiss by AG Meiers Short but sweet this enemies to lovers short story sees Detective David Gallagher and fire inspector Travis Sommer making making peace after a rough start when they met a few months before. The New Year’s Eve event at a bar they both attend gets them talking and one thing leads to another. David hasn’t been ready to come out before but might be by the end of the story. This is a predictable romance between two men that has a feel good ending. This story was not long enough to really get to know the two main characters but it was an easy way to spend a bit of time today. Did I like the story? It was okay Would I read more by this author? I think so Thank you to NetGalley an dRiptide Publishing for the ARC – This is my honest review. 3-4 Stars
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    Sweet and Light

    Perfect Kiss was a very cute story without much angst that's not bad for a light read but has some clunky grammar, moves very quickly, and doesn't hold a whole lot of depth. I didn't really pay attention to the page number, but based on the synopsis I was expecting to see a much more of David and Travis's working together to bring down this arsonist in present time. Perhaps I misinterpreted the synopsis, but I was expecting more details. You know, tense silences and bitter arguments mixed in with begrudging admiration, slowly building respect, and sparking chemistry... The best elements of a slow-burn. Unfortunately, the story begins after the case is over and the last four months are already history. While we get a few flashbacks, there's nothing in depth that would have built my anticipation. In fact, at the point the story begins, David is already tired and nearly ready to put the past behind him. It could also have been longer on the other end. There was a side story that had room for more developement, and without giving away any spoilers, I would have liked to see how things progressed for David. In addition to those wonky aspects of the storyline, there was occasionally some clunky writing as well that came across awkward and distracted me from time to time. Too many simple sentences all in a row, for instance. A little diversity would have been beneficial. However, in spite of those problems, Perfect Kiss was a very easy story to read, with a hunky cop and an even hunkier firefighter for your mind's eye candy, a couple of cute side characters, and even a growl of possessiveness in there that had me warm all over. Perhaps it wouldn't be the first story I'd recommend to someone, but if I know they're in the barley for something light and sweet, this would be a great read for them. I received this book free in exchange for an honest review, which did not affect my opinion.

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