Book Review: Kissing Kendall (Maritime City) by Jennifer Shirkcategories: Book, Small Town Romance, Series Romance, Entangled, Bliss, Doughnuts, Bakery, Beach, Contemporary Romance
Jennifer Shirkabout this book: Kendall Grisbaum has been trying to pick up of the pieces of her life since the death of her firefighter husband almost two years ago. The last thing she's interested in is love and feels the best way to start moving on is to concentrate on opening up her new bakery business. Unfortunately, she's finding it hard to remember those two points now that her old friend and policeman Brad Mayer is back in her life and giving her a helping hand.
After losing her husband in the line of duty, Kendall doesn't want to get involved with another man with a dangerous job, and refuses to give in to her attraction to the handsome police officer. But Brad has always loved Kendall from afar and now that he senses she might feel the same, he's determined to show her the real danger would be to lose another chance at love.
Enough people who had read my previous book, GEORGIE ON HIS MIND wanted Brad and Kendall's story.
And now, I finally wrote it!
I hope readers will enjoy the cast of characters as well as the heartwarming romance of these friends to eventually lovers.
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Great small town romance read!This author is becoming one of my favorites--especially for a feel-good sweet romance.
Kendall Grisbaum is a widow but her friends feel she should really move on with her life now encourage her to open up a bakery. Enter Brad Mayer her good friend and local police officer. He's always had feelings for Kendall but never told her because he was afraid it would interfere with their friendship. He beings to help with repairs to the bakery and they start to have feelings for one another. Problem is she is reluctant because she doesn't want to lose his friendship and she already lost her husband in a fire and doesn't want to lose Brad since he also has a job where he risks his life.
I really felt for Kendall and enjoyed the humor and heart mixed within the story. Great small town romance read! [by Helen Simms]
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