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Wrong Man, Right Kiss (Harlequin Desire Series #2248)

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  • Posted August 17, 2013

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    Wrong Man, Right Kiss by Red Garnier is a fun and flirty romance

    Wrong Man, Right Kiss by Red Garnier is a fun and flirty romance that features a friends to lovers trope. It is easy to fall in love with Red Garnier’s lively and entertaining writing style. If you’re looking for a book that is at times humorous but also super sexy, then look no further than Wrong Man, Right Kiss.

    Molly Devaney was taken in by the Gage family when she became an orphan as a young child. She has been best friends with Julian Gage for as long as she can remember. They have shared everything with one another.

    After a soul stirring kiss with a masked man, Molly assumes that it is older brother Garrett who kissed her. But when he seems to ignore her the following day like nothing ever happened, Molly decides to enlist Julian’s help to make Garrett jealous.

    Julian is willing to help Molly out, but he wants her to move in with him and he insists that they must act like a couple in front of family and friends. Molly has no problem going along with Julian’s plan, but she isn’t prepared to be blown away by his kisses. Julian is shocked when he realizes that he is falling for Molly too. Can these lifelong friends find true love in each others arms?

    Molly is a witty and warm character that is easy to like. She has saved herself for the perfect man. It is fun to watch Molly as she realizes that it is Julian who kissed her instead of Garrett.

    At first Julian comes across as a playboy, sleeping with a lot of different women. But it becomes clear that he never really settled down because it is Molly who holds the key to his heart.

    Red Garnier has a way with words that will tickle your funny bone. Wrong Man, Right Kiss is a sigh worthy read that is filled with some hot, steamy scenes. This is book number two in the Gage Brothers series. Up next is Garrett’s story. I am really looking forward to seeing Garrett find his special lady next.

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  • Posted September 4, 2013

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    This is a wonderful book it is a must read about best friends fi

    This is a wonderful book it is a must read about best friends finding their soul mates in each other. I personally cannot wait to read more books by the wonderful Red Gariner.

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    Posted August 24, 2013

    Bjorn

    Okay ellijah

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  • Anonymous

    Posted August 24, 2013

    To britany

    No go to the 10 res sorry

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