Kiss Me That Way
There is something about small town romance that has a way of capturing my heart. Maybe it’s the simplicity of the story, the raw heart-tugging emotions, or maybe it’s Laura Trentham beautiful prose. In this case, it was all of the above.
Kiss Me That Way by Laura Trentham simply stole my heart. This book made my heart flutter and left a big smile on my face. This is a story where a man, who grew up on the wrong side of the river, realizes that his worth is not defined by money, but by the unconditional love that he has from his family, friends, and, most importantly, the girl he left behind.
Cade Fournette grew up taking on the responsibility of caring for his younger siblings when their parents died. He sacrificed his youth in order to keep his family together. And when Cade strikes a friendship with Monroe Kirby, the girl from the right side of the river, he knew his heart would always belong to her.
Monroe Kirby may have grown up on the right side of the river, where money and social status are held in high regards, but her home life is far from perfect. When a young thirteen-year-old girl befriends a seventeen-year-old Cade, she knew without a doubt that he was her hero. Fast forward to ten years later, Cade Fournette returns back home and must confront Monroe. Will Monroe Kirby be able to show Cade that he is worthy of love, respect, and her love? Ten years ago, Cade saved Monroe and now it is up to Monroe Kirby to save the man she loves and free him from his emotional insecurities. Or will Cade let his fears be his downfall?
Kiss Me That Way is a love story that is full of heart, honesty, vulnerability and compassion. This is a love story where love is pure. It is a story where labels don’t define your worth. This is a story where emotions run deep and love transcends time and social status. So if you are looking for a love story that is brimming with beauty, second chances, and passion then I highly recommend you read this book.
|Page Count||352 pages|
|Publisher||St. Martin's Paperbacks|
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