Book Review

KISS AND TELL
by Suzanne Brockmann

Genre: Series, Bantam Loveswept, Previously Published Series Imprints

1996 BANTAM LOVESWEPT 95-96 Nominee

RT Rating

Suzanne Brockmann leads off May Loveswept with a dilly of a love story in KISS AND TELL (4.5). A successful accountant returns to her Florida home for a vacation and falls in love with the sexy ninja who steals a kiss at her brother's masquerade party. But how will she feel when she discovers that the mysterious stranger is really her sibling's obnoxious best friend? Brimming with snappy dialogue and sizzling sensuality, this delicious foray into love and laughter will fly off the bookshelves.

Reviewed By: Melinda Helfer

Publisher: (unknown)

Published: May 1996

Reader Rating

4.5 Stars

Average Rating: 4.5 Stars
(2 ratings)

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Kiss and Tell

Submitted by Robin in PA on November 6, 2011 - 9:54pm.

When Leila Hunt decides to go home to Sunrise Key to visit her brother, she finds out that his best friend, Marshall Devlin, is currently staying at his house too. Leila and Marsh have always got along like oil and water. But, if she wants to have a nice vacation, she'll have to learn to put up with him. At her brother's annual New Years Eve Masquerade party, she is kissed by a ninja who disappears minutes later. Trying to discover the identity of the ninja, Leila enlists Marsh, her brother and her best friend to help her find him.

I don't know if I was just in the mood for a quick, contemporary romance, but I absolutely adored this book. Even though we find out at the beginning of the book that the ninja is Marsh who has been in love with Leila for years, the book kept me glued with it's entertaining story and sexual tension. My rating: 5 Stars.