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Kissing Tree

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  • Anonymous

    Posted March 3, 2012


    I absolutely loved this book! I got it at Costco and figured I would read it when I had nothing else to read. I picked it up last night and could not put it down! I finished it today and wished there was another book I could read that I would enjoy reading as much as I had this one. I recommend it for anyone! I laughed out loud, cried, and smiled! I will be reading this ond again soon!

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  • Anonymous

    Posted November 1, 2011

    good read

    This book was great just enough romantic tension to keep you hanging on each word til the end. Lots of great details and storyline so that I was never bored.

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  • Posted October 29, 2011

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    delightfully sweet romance

    The Kissing Tree is a delightfully sweet historical romance. Although a year is not given, it takes place in early American history. Colorado has been settled. Small towns have been established around farming and cattle ranch communities. Crystal Creek is just such a small town. When the story begins thirteen year old protagonist Georgiana McLaughlin has recently lost her father to a tragic horse accident. She and her siblings, along with their mother are traveling to New York to stay with Aunt Cecelia for the summer break. Before they leave, she steals a kiss from Ridge Carson under the kissing tree and runs. She doesn't return home until five years later. Georgiana returns to Colorado, leaving behind a young man waiting for her to accept a marriage proposal. He is a charming man, who adores her, but she can't bring herself to say yes. When she arrives home she finds Ridge all grown up and working on her grandfather's cattle ranch. The chemistry Bice creates between Georgiana and Ridge is delightful. Georgiana is all Irish fire and spunk. The way in which these to spar will have you giggling. There is wholesomeness to this tale that I find refreshing. The Kissing Tree has a love triangle, villains and finds our heroine in danger. The tale unfolds at a wonderful pace. Bice writes a story with lots of twists, and wraps it all up in a bow at the end. She delivers the perfect romantic story that will leave you feeling good. I am adding Prudence Bice to my list of authors to watch. The Kissing Tree will be available on December 6, 2011. This would make the perfect gift for the romance reader on your holiday shopping list. I want to thank netGalley and Cedar Fort Publishing for this ARC, in exchange for my unbiased review.

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