Supernaturally Kissed [NOOK Book]

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Blush sensuality level: This is a sensual romance (may have explicit love scenes, but not erotic in frequency or type).

Ghosts harass and annoy Tess to save their souls. Sometimes she helps them. Other times she ignores them. But one ghost will give her no choice. Kipp, a former cop with the Memphis Police Department, will stop at nothing to gain her help, including using ...
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Overview

Blush sensuality level: This is a sensual romance (may have explicit love scenes, but not erotic in frequency or type).

Ghosts harass and annoy Tess to save their souls. Sometimes she helps them. Other times she ignores them. But one ghost will give her no choice. Kipp, a former cop with the Memphis Police Department, will stop at nothing to gain her help, including using his ghostly charms to seduce her.

Tess must help solve the five-year-old cold case of Hannah Reid's disappearance, because solving the case will save Kipp. But a bigger problem presents itself. Tess is falling in love with a ghost. Now she must decide. Keep Kipp forever, or find the killer.
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781419936111
  • Publisher: Ellora's Cave Publishing Inc
  • Publication date: 12/29/2011
  • Series: Frostbite
  • Sold by: Barnes & Noble
  • Format: eBook
  • Sales rank: 99,925
  • File size: 568 KB

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  • Posted July 26, 2012

    This is a fantastic read!

    OK, so this book should come with a warning because I became totally consumed and absorbed from page 1!! It was a fantastic read. Kipp McGowen was steamy and hot (well…ok so maybe he is ice cold since he is a ghost, but you see what I am and sayin’ here! YUMMY). The chemistry between him and Tess is amazing. The writing was witty and smooth and had me chuckling to myself on several occations. The characters were easy to adore and I seriously loved every single page. Stacey Kennedy has herself a new fan! So if you love hot romance scenes, witty humor, and mystery you will LOVE Supernaturally Kissed!!

    I give Supernaturally Kissed by Stacey Kennedy 5 out of 5 Bullets … with maybe a little extra gun power for added love =)

    1 out of 1 people found this review helpful.

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  • Posted July 22, 2012

    As of late my head has been tightly wrapped with reading the His

    As of late my head has been tightly wrapped with reading the Historical Fiction/Romance which I love so much, but when an email for this tour came to me I had to stop so I could read this series. The covers drew me in and when I read the blurb I had a feeling it was going to be a good series. Now I am a total Paranormal junkie, but to be honest I haven't really read a lot with Ghost's, it is a particularly interesting subject to me being able to talk with the spirits, mediums and so on. My father passed away 5-years ago and I'll tell you there hasn't been a day gone by I wish to hell I could see him, talk to him just one more time. So when I read the blurb for this series I had a feeling it was going to be good. What I didn't realize was that is was going to be awesome.


    Tess and Kipp have to be two of the most favorite characters I have loved reading. Tess is just a normal down to earth, girl next door kinda gal, living her life, going to work, being with her friend Carley, who by the way is so funny, I liked her right away, but Tess has this ability that really only Carley knows about. She has the ability to see, hear and talk with ghosts who haven't crossed over yet, she was in a fatal car accident and after being brought back to life woke up with this ability.

    Kipp McGowen, a young cop, hot, sexy, funny, kind, did I say hot.....omg this man sizzles, but there's one problem....he's a ghost who is trying desperatly to get Tess to help him. The heat the bounces between Tess and Kipp makes you need to have a cold shower after reading this book, or go make your partner/spouse a very happy person :) So Kipp the hunk needs Tess to help him find out not only who killed him but Hannah as well which is contected to Kipp's death as the story begins. This book is packed full of everything you look for in a great book, funny, shocking, mystery, a love story, sizzling sexy scenes, a fantastic plot and story line that will take you on an incredible rollercoaster ride of emotions with an ending that I DID NOT see coming. I could NOT put this book down, I read it in a day and went on to book #2 and read it in a day.

    Book two picks up right where the first one ends, now you really must read them in order to understand and grasp the whole concept to fully enjoy them. The cast of characters is one you will bond with, Eddie, Max, Zach, I'd have to say Zach and Carley are so funny, they are like your best friends, you will laugh out loud at Tess with her bold attitude, she has no problem telling you like it is, she is a call em how she see's em gal, but kind, vulnerable, soft hearted. I really liked Tess she reminded me of myself lol.

    This series is one you really don't want to pass by, if your looking for something new, action packed, great love story, sexy, hot as hell scenes, fantastic cast and an outstanding story, this is the series you will want to sit out on your deck in the wonderful sun or take to the beach with you. This is a huge summertime hit and I can't wait until the Fall for book #3, I will probably have withdrawls until I get the third book in my hands. Bravo Stacey Kennedy Bravo!!!! Enjoy everyone!!

    1 out of 1 people found this review helpful.

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  • Posted July 22, 2012

    I would first like to say thanks to the author who gave me a c

    I would first like to say thanks to the author who gave me a copy for review as part of a book tour with Bewitching Book Tours! This is a fun, paranormal romance with a slightly hilarious twist... Yep, the main character is in love with a ghost! It's fantastic! She is a literally boring everyday girl, who, after a near death accident, can suddenly see, and hear, ghosts. She tries really hard to make them go away, but of course, they don't. And to make matters worse, she hears a cop begging her to help him, and when she ignores him, he takes it to the extreme-in the most hilarious way! I giggled for a long while for this. As time progresses in the book, she all of a sudden is thrown into life where is literally doing a cops job-no she is not ok with this, and she is completely upset with having to tell people about her gift, it's so embarrassing!

    And then things get on the serious, as her life becomes dangerous, on the lethal side, and as much as she wants to run from all this, she is in love with a ghost. Oh boy, this is a great one. It's well written, as I didn't find any major plot holes, or complete editing issues that made the book blah! It's also a really fresh look at a human falling for a supernatural being. And even then, there are no vampires, werewolves, etc. and it's still really good. It has everything most readers ask for- humor, sad, anger, murder(s), investigations, awesome romance in a whole new light, and something to be proud of!

    I was originally gunna give it a 4.5 stars- com'on, there's no werewolves-LOL- but it's too good a book for that, so I cannot cheat a great book out due to my hairy obsession!! LOL I am now going to go devour the next book, Demonically Tempted so I can have more fun!!

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  • Posted July 7, 2012

    Kipp, one hot, hot, cop who happens to be a ghost and a ghost w


    Kipp, one hot, hot, cop who happens to be a ghost and a ghost whisperer type character, Tess, make for a great read.
    Kipp talks dirty and he knows how to get Tess’s attention. How long can she hold out ignoring him. Sometimes it’s easier on Tess if she ignores the ghosts needing somebody to lend an ear. But, this hunk of a man/ghost will not let up until Tess gives him her attention. One way or the other Kipp is going to get Tess’s attention....
    .....and he does.
    Enter Zach, now colour me purple but if he isn’t as dishy as Kipp and totally one hundred percent alive. Zach and Kipp live/lived together, both cops worked the ‘cold cases’.
    This is how Kipp wound up dead.
    I loved the boys down at the station all having to be convinced that Tess wasn’t some pretty looney. Once everybody is on board they are all in trying to solve the five year old case of Hannah’s death.
    This is the who - done - it?, part. I did admittedly work out that part, but my mind is all up in the air about Kipp. I have a good theory, but time will tell.
    The smexy moments between Kipp and Tess make for some ...errr...creative thinking * fans oneself*.
    I enjoyed this read and look forward to more in the series. Stacey leaves the ending open, there is more to learn about Kipp.
    I really like Kipp and Zach’s characters. They are great guys. Tess is a wonderful character, who gets along well with the guys and has a good heart.
    Stacey really lets you inside Kipp’s head and how it would feel emotionally to be a ghost. There is that little mystery left about Kipp, which I do have a theory on, but, I’ll have to read book two to find out.

    FAVE QUOTES:

    He sighed. “Why did we have to meet now?” He said it as more of a statement than something I needed to answer, so I kept quiet. “When you look at me like you are right now, I’d believe I was already in heaven.”

    Kipp stared at me , dead serious. “if it meant it brought me you, then yes, I’m glad I died.”

    1 out of 1 people found this review helpful.

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  • Posted June 19, 2012

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    *ahem – clears throat* Hear ye, hear ye! To all those who

    *ahem – clears throat* Hear ye, hear ye! To all those who reside in and/or visit Romancelandia, let it be known that on this day, Alyssa does hereby claim Kipp McGowan as hers.

    Whew, now that we have that out of the way (who said I didn’t know how to prioritize?! ), I can tell you how fabulous this book was! From the first page to the last – I was completely enchanted. From the back story, to the world building, on to the amazingly well-written cast of characters – Ms. Kennedy delivers an extremely refreshing new story line in the Urban Fantasy/PNR genre and I devoured every drop of its yummy goodness.

    Tess was in an accident as a child and ever since has had the ability to see ghosts. For the most part she’s always ignored them until Kipp.

    Kipp was a cop who was murdered trying to solve a cold case. He can’t & won’t rest until he sees it through. When he discovers what Tess can do – he’ll stop at nothing to convince her to help him.

    What follows is a story about the unknown, falling in love, accepting and embracing the impossible & justice. Tess, Kipp and a wonderful cast of secondary characters, all try to solve the mystery of the cold case murders. The story is a thrill ride like no other and, when it’s over, will leave you with a big ol’ grin!

    Now, off to find my Ouija board – Kipp is waiting

    1 out of 1 people found this review helpful.

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  • Posted June 2, 2012

    This novella is everything you want in a suspenseful paranormal

    This novella is everything you want in a suspenseful paranormal romance! An absolute page-turner from the very beginning…making me laugh and cry, get angry, frustrated, and elated. Most of all, the romance between Kipp and Tess aroused me, emotionally tugging at the corners of my heart, warming my insides with the thrill/anguish of their unique predicament of falling in love with each other. Kipp is a ghost, and Tess is a human with an ability to see the spirits of the lost. Ms. Kennedy’s skillful and witty ability to create such an amazing paranormal love story—yet packing it full of action, drama, and mystery—surpasses the average writer, earning her a place right up at the top with the world’s best supernatural authors!

    1 out of 1 people found this review helpful.

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  • Posted May 6, 2012

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    If you liked the show “Ghost Whisperer” then you wil

    If you liked the show “Ghost Whisperer” then you will love this book. Imagine if you watched the “Ghost Whisperer” and she fell for one of her ghosts and together they went out and solved crimes. Well if you can imagine that then pick up this book because you will really enjoy it.

    Tess can see ghost and reluctantly helps them to cross over and has never let one of them become more than a project. That is until Kipp needs her help. This book had me laughing by page 15 and choked up towards the end. Kipp is written with a great sense of humor and Tess has a snide attitude you have to love. But when they think that if they solve the crime then it will be time for Kipp to cross-over the story takes an emotional turn. The book is written in the first person which is not common (at least not the books I read) so it takes some getting used to but it is worth it. There is a second book in the series and I hope the background characters from this book are present in the second because the “bro-mance” of Kipp and Zach is just so enjoyable.

    If you like books where the ghost is part of the couple (and not a secondary character) then you should pick up this book and enjoy.

    1 out of 1 people found this review helpful.

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  • Posted April 11, 2012

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    My Thoughts This is a fresh new story that will leave you hot

    My Thoughts

    This is a fresh new story that will leave you hot and bothered WOW. It is a cold Shower Kind of Story Ladies.
    Stacey has created a wonderful world and fantastic characters and will leave you craving book two Demonically Tempted.
    Tess is our heroine in this awesome book, but Tess is anything but normal she sees ghost. Tess has tried avoiding her ability to see and talk to ghost that was until Kipp showed up. Kipp a recently deceased cop needs Tess’s help to solve a crime that he was close to solving before he was shot. With the help of Kipp. Tess must convince Kipp’s ex-partner and other cops that she can see and talk to Kipp in order to solve this case and bring the criminal to justice.
    Along the way Tess falls in love with Kipp and Kipp with Tess. One thing is they can not touch but that does not stop them from satisfying each other they get creative to say the least. Who would have thought that a ghost could talk to you and get you all hot and bothered. Well Kipp is very successful in this journey. Ladies he may be a ghost but he will do wonders for you.

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  • Posted February 22, 2012

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    Supernaturally Awesome

    Tess can see ghosts and she can help them with their unfinished business so they can cross over and move on. Suddenly a hot guy is following her, whispering naughty things about what he would do. She is trying to ignore him and have a life, but really, it's impossible! The guy has got it going on, and his name is Kipp. Kipp was a cop and his partner, Zach, needs the info Kipp knows to solve the cold case of missing girl, Hanna Reid.

    First of all, Stacey Kennedy really knows how to pack a punch into her books. I’ve read a couple now, and I’ve never been disappointed. Supernaturally Kissed can definitely be added to that list. Tess and Kipp have some great electrifying chemistry. She can try to ignore him, she can try to deny her feelings. But that can’t last for long when you have someone who is so obviously the perfect match for you right there. The only question, is how long will it last – how long can it last?

    I found myself not wanting this story to end. Tess has a bit of a snarky attitude, something I just love in my female lead characters. And Kipp, well, Kipp has that wonderful alpha male mentality that just speaks volumes to me. I love Kipp! So a dash of humor, a few wonderfully steamy scenes, a bit of intrigue and drama, and you’ve got one heck of a story ahead of you.

    There’s so much I want to talk with all of you about this story, but there is really only so much I can say without giving it away! Seriously! You will enjoy this story. Tess has an awesome friend, Caley, who is just as protective and funny and wild as you could hope for in a supporting character. I’m really hoping she will get her own book in the future. On Kipp’s side you get to meet his partner, errr, ex-partner, Zach, who just makes me think of Shemar Moore as far as personality and all around wonderfulness along with some coworkers from the precinct.

    This book really offers you a lot. It’s hot and romantic, but there is a really good mystery involved too regarding the cold case of Hannah Reid. Ms. Kennedy did a great job of weaving the two sides of this book together. And best of all, this is the first book in the Frostbite series, so definitely be ready for more!

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  • Posted February 20, 2012

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    Definitely into my favorites list...

    My Review:

    Did I love this book? OMG, YES! This is a paranormal, but so completely different from most paranormals that are on the market right now. This book is incredibly creative and entertaining. It remains a light, fun read while at the same time, it's a suspenseful book dealing with the seriousness of life and death. This is a ghost story, but it is not creepy at all. It's a sweet and seriously sexy paranormal romance!

    Tess has seen ghosts since she was 17. Sometimes she helps them, but most times, she tries to ignore them because she doesn't need the world knowing that she needs to be locked up in a crazy house. That's her plan when Kipp shows up...to simply ignore him, although she does admit to herself that he is seriously sexy, while she is trying to ignore him. But she finds that impossible when he starts seducing her while she is out on a date. Seriously LOL moments in this scene!

    Kipp was a gorgeous, smart cop who was murdered while investigating a cold-case. He's different from most ghosts in that he remembers every detail from his life. Most only have very vague recollections. He is very attracted to Tess and doesn't try to hide it. He's tough. He's smart. He's gorgeous. He also just died a week ago and is trying to come to grips with that which gives him a vulnerable side that is so attractive. OMG, I completely could see how Tess fell in love with him. He's just perfect!

    Kipp and Tess are absolutely perfect for each other and it is absolutely gut-wrenching and heart-breaking to read/watch. They can't even touch each other, but there is this soul-deep connection between them. It's really beautiful...and is making me cry right now while thinking about it....Wow, I never cry after-the-book.Yes, this book got to me. Such a beautiful love story.

    BTW, they may not be able to touch, but the sex scenes in this book (yes, there are some) are SCORCHING HOT! Huge kudos to Stacey Kennedy for her writing because that couldn't have been easy to do...I did mention, they can't touch, right?!? Hot, HoT, HOT scenes!!

    This is the first book in an ongoing series and I have to admit that I will not be missing a single book in this series. I love the premise of this story and I love both of Tess and Kipp's characters. There is also a great cast of supporting characters in this book...Kipp's partner, Zach; Tess' best friend, Caley; Max & Eddie, other cops. Tess is officially working for the police dept. now and I can't wait to see what happens from here! Such an amazing start to what promises to be a fantastically fun and romantic series!

    1 out of 1 people found this review helpful.

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  • Posted January 25, 2012

    INCREDIBLE!

    Our Review [by Michelle L. Olson – LITERAL ADDICTION’s Pack Alpha]:
    I’m a lover and follower of Stacey’s work, and I had thought that I had read pretty much everything she had out there until I discovered that Stolen Dreams was rewritten as Supernaturally Kissed and was given the opportunity to read and review it. I had also thought that I had a lockdown on my favorite Kennedy Hunk, and that he had no competition… boy was I wrong!

    With Supernaturally Kissed, Stacey hooks you less than 5 pages in and doesn’t let go, well… ever, because when you finish the last page you will be yearning for Book #2 to be in your hands immediately.

    Tess is an extraordinary female lead that I had no problems identifying with immediately despite her unique gift. She’s sassy, spunky, smart, brave and just the right amount of insecure.

    Kipp is… to die for. [Hee hee]. He’s everything I would ever want in a man – self assured, sensitive, strong willed, intuitive, honorable, and sexy as sin.

    The supporting characters are perfect for the story arc and Stacey places and introduces them at exactly the right moments to make the plot thicken perfectly like a well prepared turkey gravy.

    While the story starts out quickly, I never once felt like I was missing anything or wondering about how we got there, and it honestly never slowed down, which made me skip meals, ignore phone calls, and devour the book in one sitting.

    There is a whole lot of mystery, intrigue, and romance in Supernaturally Kissed, which will leave you with feelings of surprise, frustration, shock, tenderness, trepidation, longing, and a whole smattering of other emotions along with plenty of laughter, which makes this murder mystery unlike most others.

    LITERAL ADDICTION gives Supernaturally Kissed 5 Skulls, of which it is well deserving in my honest opinion. We would recommend it to ALL Stacey Kennedy fans (even those who may have read Stolen Dreams), every Paranormal Romance junkie out there, Romantic Suspense lovers and even some Urban Fantasy buffs (if you don’t mind some wicked romance with your dark fantasy). Honestly, anyone who is looking for a quick paced, emotion filled read with mystery, suspense, romance and humor should read Supernaturally Kissed!

    Another standing “O” for Stacey Kennedy. Supernaturally Kissed was amazing, and I absolutely cannot wait for book #2.

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  • Posted August 1, 2012

    In Supernaturally Kissed, Tess meets Kipp, a pushy ghost who con

    In Supernaturally Kissed, Tess meets Kipp, a pushy ghost who convinces her to solve a murder and help the victim’s ghost cross over. Kipp and Tess also fall in love.
    I give this book (and series) 4 out of 5 clouds. Thoroughly enjoyable.

    This product or book may have been distributed for review; this in no way affects my opinions or reviews.

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  • Posted July 27, 2012

    I Also Recommend:

    Love This Unique Series!!

    This book in four words: Suspenseful, Erotic, Hilarious, Sinful

    Supernaturally Kissed is a remake of her original book Stolen Dreams, which I loved. I couldn't imagine how Stacey could possibly make an amazing book even better. Well folks, she did it. This is everything I loved about Stolen Dreams times ten.

    I fell in love with Kip and Tess all over again. Ever since an accident that she barely survived from, Tess has been able to see ghosts. She helps them when she feels like it and ignores them when she doesn't. Kipp is a murdered cop set on solving the case of a murdered girl, the same case that got him killed when he almost caught the killer. He is so determined, not even a little thing like death will deter him. He finds Tess and refuses to let her ignore him. She soon finds that this sexy ghost is like no other man she has ever met, both alive and dead. He is insufferable, annoying and sexy as all hell. Soon her reason for helping him turns from helpful to love. But how can she love a ghost and why is he different from the rest?

    As they piece the case together they soon find that they cannot get enough of each other, but what does that mean for them? As the puzzle pieces come together, danger erupts on every end, the love they found in each other is tested and they soon find themselves in the middle of a war between their love, their lives and what is right.

    This book is unputdownable. It is action-packed and romance filled with danger, humor and racy scenes that will leave you breathless. You will be hooked from the very first page to the very last!

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  • Posted July 27, 2012

    I found this book very interesting. Tess is a medium who doesn't

    I found this book very interesting. Tess is a medium who doesn't really want to be. She's spunky and has girlish qualities, yet is tough when she needs to be. Kipp is a ghost, a hunky and very alpha ghost. Both of them are likable and as the book progresses you want them to be together. Ms Kennedy gets very creative when getting them together. Kipp and Tess can't touch so they have to find ways to get around this so their relationship can progress.
    This is the second book I've read where police work kind of takes a backseat as you can just ask the dead person who dunit. Although when the ghost doesn't know but can give you clues, there is still something for the cops to do. Still I liked the mystery aspect, and even I didn't figure out who it was until almost the very end.
    I enjoyed Ms Kennedy's way of writing and that she tried to keep things real, which helped bring the book together. Kipp and Tess make a great team, I can't wait to start reading book 2.

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  • Posted July 26, 2012

    Love when I get to read a different side to an author. I'm a fan

    Love when I get to read a different side to an author. I'm a fan of Stacey's work and her take on urban fantasy is a lot of fun. The plot was well developed and the characters are rich and deep. The tension in the climactic end was brilliant. I couldn't put the book down! I've already started the 2nd in this series and I'm loving it too.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted July 25, 2012

    Ghost

    I never thought that I would enjoy a ghost romance, but by the end of the story I was very pleased. Now on to the second one

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  • Anonymous

    Posted April 7, 2012

    Til We Meet Again

    I loved this book very much! I just wish it was longer. This kind book should never be cut short. I would have liked to learn more about the characters in the story or learned to see if there was away for Ethan to stay longer with Cassie. Other than that it's a very good book.

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