Just A Kiss (A Review)

I have read several others of Denise Hunter's books, but I haven't picked one up in a while.  A couple weeks ago I just needed something light and happy to read, so I grabbed her latest, Just A Kiss.

This is the final book in the Summer Harbor series, and it was fun to see how some of the other characters ended up.  This book covers the youngest Callahan brother, Riley Callahan, and his return home from Afghanistan, where he lost a limb.  He is still pining after his best friend, Paige, but how can he pursue her when he doesn't feel like a whole man after losing his leg?

This book was just what I was looking for as far as being an easy read.  One thing I always like about Hunter's books is how she keeps the story moving in a natural, enjoyable way.  I will say that the two books I read in this series came off a little formulaic to me though.  Guy and girl are falling for each other, realize it, get together, something drives them apart, then they realize they can't live without each other and get back together.  I typically enjoy that kind of romance, and it could just be because I have been reading different sorts of books lately, but I found myself wishing she had changed it up a bit in this story.

However, I did enjoy this book.  The characters were likable, and I liked the ending.  If you are looking for a Christian (or even just clean) romance, definitely check Hunter's books out!

Note: I received a copy of this book for free in exchange for a review.  This is my honest opinion.
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