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Kiss Me Once, Kiss Me Twice

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  • Anonymous

    Posted March 14, 2004

    Disappointing

    When I picked this book up at the store I was excited it sounded different and funny but it really wasn't either of these things. The lead characters were boring and the interaction between the two are predictable. The male character has a HUGE ego through most of the book knowing he is the best in NASCAR and every woman in the world wants him. The ending was better than the beginning, even though you know what is going to happen, it couldn't save the book. I would pass this book up.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted April 24, 2004

    A hot book!

    I loved this book. Very sexy and funny. Made me laugh out loud. I can't wait for the next book by Kimberly Raye. She's great!!!

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  • Anonymous

    Posted January 23, 2004

    I love hot books and this tops my list!

    Kimberly Raye pens a hot and funny romance in Kiss Me Once, Kiss Me Twice. I love sports heroes, lots of humor and lots of sex, and this book delivers! Skye Farrel is funny as the owner of sex education company, Girl Talk. She helps women discover how to give and receive the ultimate pleasure, but her own love life isn't going so well. Enter hunky Clint MacAllister, a Nascar badboy whose own love life is on the skids. When the two pair up to give each other mutually beneficial lessons, the sparks fly. I really enjoyed this book and can't wait to read more about Skye's two sisters and her sexologist mom.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted December 14, 2003

    amusing tongue in cheek romance

    Skye Farrel grew up with her two younger sisters in a household in which the topic sex was not hidden as their mother led the social revolution that women do not need a man to be complete. Their mother has never married their father though they have been together for over three decades. Thus it is not shocking to find Skye providing sex seminars starring Dinah the Vagina and a rubber penis. Skye agrees to be the maid of honor at her assistant¿s wedding though she herself does not believe in the institution. At the affair she meets retired NASCAR hunk, Clint MacAllister. Though he believes that Skye is after his banana, he rejects her because he plans to marry someone else. However, as Skye and Clint become more familiar with one another both reconsider their previous positions and now they want his banana and her cherry married, but must persuade the other that their respective fruit is passion. <P>Though the number of puns, innuendos and double entendres would make Piers Anthony take notice, fans of amusing contemporary romances will appreciate this tongue in cheek look at the gender wars. The story line never takes itself seriously regardless of who plays top banana at the moment. The lead protagonists are a fun duet rejecting the idea of either marriage or marriage with one another although love enters the dysfunctional relationship. KISS ME ONCE, KISS ME TWICE provides an offbeat look at sex, love, and marriage. And hopefully will have sequels including a flashback to the parents¿ tale staring in the 1960s (let¿s see the rocket ship and the moon as phallic symbols?). <P>Harriet Klausner

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