Sweetest Kisses #2
On Sale: February 3, 2015
Featuring: Vera Waltham; James Knightley
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New York Times and USA Today
bestselling author Grace Burrowes brings her gorgeous
writing and incredible storytelling abilities to a brand new
series of contemporary romance.
sweetest kiss is the one that means a fresh
In the second novel of the Sweetest
Kisses series, classical pianist Vera Waltham is quiet,
cautious, and fiercely protective of her young daughter, but
she lets down her guard enough to strike up an unlikely
friendship with business law expert James Knightley. James's
past comes between them when Vera learns exactly how big a
tomcat he has been, but when she and her daughter are in
danger, it's to James she turns...
3 comments posted.
Re: The First Kiss
One of my favorite authors
(Charlotte Litton 12:20pm February 4, 2015)
Unfortunately, there are no books that come to mind for me,
as far as families are concerned. My mind hasn't completely
engaged yet this morning, due to lack of sleep. However, I
understand completely where you're coming from when it comes
to fraternal chemistry, having a couple of Sisters. When
the 3 of us get together, I'm known as the prankster of the
bunch, so if I don't get the group of us laughing by teasing
them, or telling a joke, or saying something funny in
general, something is wrong!! Even when the situation
itself is tense, I've been known to whisper something to
make them smile, to take whatever it is to a different
level, for their benefit, as well as mine. I don't like to
see them hurting in any way. That is is one of the reasons
I'm looking forward to reading your latest book.
Congratulations on what I'm sure is going to be another big
(Peggy Roberson 10:25am February 12, 2015)
Many of Grace Burrowes books have siblings both legitimate and
illegitimate. Grace has a gift of revealing the characters
through dialogue and feelings. When danger threatens, the
families all band together to champion the cause. Grace knows
how to do this because she has a large family. If you have not
read her historical romances you have denied yourself a real
treat. Her contemporaries are light and easy to read but do
not underestimate this. Grace's characters will stay with you
long after the book has been read. Her writing is addictive
and her books always go to the to-be-read-again pile. You will
not be disappointed in anything that she writes. I anxiously
await MacKenzie Knightly's story, the oldest and last in
unmarried Knightly brother in rural Maryland.
(Suzanne Dye 9:03pm February 15, 2015)
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