June Kisses

June Kisses

by Mari Carr

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BN ID: 2940161894354
Publisher: Carried Away Publishing
Publication date: 01/08/2019
Series: Wilder Irish Series , #6
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: NOOK Book
Sales rank: 4,219
File size: 420 KB

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June Kisses 4.9 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 18 reviews.
chrismom 4 days ago
June Kisses Mari Carr Sunnie Young and Landon Riggs have known each other forever. Landon and Sunnie’s brother Finn have been best friends since they were little. Landon came from a single parent home, so he loved the chaos of Sunnie and Finn’s family. Sunnie started out as the pesky little sister following around Finn and Landon. As they grew older, they all hung out together sharing their lives. Landon is a police officer in Baltimore. When his girlfriend makes the decision to move to New York City to pursue an acting career, he is devastated. After many tequilas, a drunken kiss and some sexy talk, Sunnie and Landon’s relationship changes. One night, Sunnie gets mugged and Landon who happens to be patrolling with a reporter in tow, rescues her. In the heat of the moment, Landon kisses her and carries her to the car. Of course, the reporter videos them and they become an internet sensation. To get the heat off of him and get rid of all of the women following him, Landon suggests to Sunnie that they pretend to be a real couple. Soon Landon realizes that he actually has romantic feelings towards Sunnie and not brotherly ones. Sunnie is slow to follow. She wants to focus on her new career as an oncology nurse. I really enjoyed reading this story about Landon and Sunnie. What started out as a drunken kiss, soon led to something more serious. It took time for both of these characters to change how they thought of each other, less like brother and sister and more like something else. It was a slow process before both realized that they were always meant for each other. We are also entertained by the rest of the clan that live in the dorm above the bar. I love each and every one of these characters. This story was funny, romantic and tugged at your heart strings, everything we expect in a book by Mari Carr. As always, I look forward to the next book in this series.
PennieM 9 days ago
Oh my! Just the perfect friends to lovers story! Sunnie Young is the typical little sister who just wants to follow her big brother and do what he does and that includes hanging out with his best friends. That is fine until they are in high school and then they become thick as thieves and that lasts well past high school until present day when they are each others best friends. After Landon breaks up with his long time girlfriend who moves away and at a party for April Fools day Landon and Sunnie are drunk and share a kiss or really two kisses. Suddenly the veil is dropped and Landon doesn't look at Sunnie the same but still tries to maintain the best friend status. Sunnie tries another trick and ghosts him for a couple weeks until she is mugged on her way home from work and Landon just happens upon the scene. He has a reporter in his car at the time who takes a video of the incident and their interlude (kiss and all) goes viral. This brings out all the crazies, paparazzi and crazy women and all and turns out to be just what is needed to bring these two together. Pretend to date! Or is it really pretend? This story is not to be missed. Even if you have not read the rest of the series, you will not be lost and this one is perfect. Another Collins Curse has fallen. Who is next? **Received this ARC for review from the publisher via NetGalley**
ReneeM0531 9 days ago
I just love the Colin’s family. Mari Carr has created one of my most favorite book families ever. Sunday and Landon are the perfect friends-to-lovers couple that you can’t help but love. I can’t wait to see what Mari gives us for July.
Sarah Clay 9 days ago
I just loved Sunnie and Landon's book what a super addition to the series if like me you have read and loved the previous books in the series then you are going to want this book. This is a fun sexy friend to lover romance and I just could not get enough and ended up reading it late into the night I would definitely recommend this book it might just be my favorite yet from Mari
Anonymous 10 days ago
This story is Landon and Sunnie... Sunnie is part of a large "Wilder Irish" clan that is full of love, laughter, and teasing. Landon has always wanted to be adopted into the family and Pop Pop started planning for him to join the family someday - through Sunnie. Neither Sunnie nor Landon have considered this until he rescues her from a mugger... then it's all bets off. This is a sweet and charming story with great characters and plot lines. I loved it! I received a free copy of this book via Booksprout and am voluntarily leaving a review.
Tracy Flick 10 days ago
I absolutley love the Wilder Irish series and the newest addition, June Kisses does not disappoint. Sunnie has known Landon her entire life, being that he is her brother's best friend. Landon has never thought of Sunnie as more than a friend, until the two of them shared a kiss at a party. He has hidden his feelings, so he thought for months, until the night he saves her from being mugged and his protective side comes out. Landon can no longer hide his feelings for Sunnie. However, Sunnie has no desire to settle down...too bad the Collins Curse has other plans. I loved Landon amd Sunnie together. I was drawn immediately in to their story. As always its nice to visit with the Collins clan. I can't wait for the next book in this series.
Bmassey9 11 days ago
Mari Carr is the type of author that can write any genre, and any trope and even the most picky reader can fall in love with her stories. June Kisses is Sunnie Youngs book. She’s been best friends with Landon forever but after one viral kiss, shes not sure where they stand. I wish I could find a “Hot Cop” of my own, because Landon is insanely sweet and oh so devilish in the bedroom. The perfect guy to finally tame Sunnie. I can’t lie, The Wild Irish and Wilder Irish Series has a very special place in my heart but Mari Carr keeps out doing her self with each book.
flchen1 11 days ago
Holy cow, Mari Carr! To be fair, I have read and loved the Wild Irish series and this spinoff featuring the next generation, Wilder Irish. But honestly, the books and the series just keep getting better and better. June Kisses is about Sunday/Sunnie Young and Landon Riggs. Landon and Finn, Sunnie's older brother, have been best friends practically since they could walk, and over the years, Sunnie transitioned from being the tagalong baby sister to one of their best friends too. After a spur-of-the-moment drunken kiss neither is able to forget, Sunnie and Landon's friendship as they know it is on the cusp of change. It's Ms Carr's talent that brings us along for the roller coaster of emotions to be unleashed. Landon's loved the Collins family for as long as he can remember. He grew up with a single mom, and the Collinses welcomed him with open arms and ready support. He even became a police officer in part because of how much he admired Finn's dad, Aaron, who is now his commanding officer. Landon's a steady soul, and while the kiss surprised him, he quickly realizes that Sunnie is everything he didn't even realize he was looking for. She's spontaneous, all-in for any adventure, and he can easily see kissing only her for the rest of forever. Sunnie's grown up with the comfort and certainty of the Collins's family love, but while she knows she wants the whole hearth and home thing sometime, she's in no rush. Freshly graduated and loving her work as an oncology nurse, she's determined to wring all the pleasure she can from the string of hot guys she casually dates. The kiss, and the fallout from the viral video of it, forces her to face some deeper feelings head on, whether or not she thinks she's ready to. Sunnie and Landon's story stands alone well, but part of the pleasure of the Wild Irish and Wilder Irish stories is the chance to see others in the Collins's extended family and catch up with all the hijinks. June Kisses is a sizzling hot and sweetly emotional read for the keeper shelf.
ljtljtljt 11 days ago
Mari Carr has authored another sexy novel with June Kisses, the sixth book from her Wilder Irish series. It is a satisfying standalone read; complete with an appealing plot, interesting characters and lots of heat. If you enjoy the older brother's best friend romance trope, than this quick read is for you. Complimentary copy provided by the publisher via NetGalley.
WonderWomanReview 12 days ago
Mari Carr is one of my favorite authors and June Kisses is a fantastic addition to the Wilder Irish series. This is the story of Sunnie, who is Riley and Aaron's daughter. They had their own book from the original Wild Irish series (Saturday Night Special). This book focuses on Sunnie's relationship with her brother's best friend, Landon. This book had so much heart and the relationship between Sunnie and Landon was sexy and romantic. This book can be read and enjoyed as a standalone, however, if you haven't read the rest of the series I would definitely get it. My favorite part of the series is that we get to see characters/family members from the other books. I love seeing the family continue to grow and change. June Kisses was a great read and I can't wait to see Sunnie's brother Finn get his own book in the future!!!
Bibliophagist 12 days ago
June Kisses is book number 6 in the Wilder Irish series by Mari Carr. It's Sunnie and Landon's turn to have their story told. Sunnie is the daughter of Reily Collins and Aaron Young. She Sunnie is the middle child and named for her Grandma, Sunday Collins. Sunnie has an older brother, Finn, and a younger sister, Darcy. Sunnie has always paled around with Finn and his best friend, Landon. When Landon and his girlfriend break up, he and Sunnie share a drunken kiss at an April Fools party. Afterwards, they both play it off because they were drunk and claim they don't remember it. But they both do and it stirs up feelings that neither one washes to admit to. They've known each other forever and the last thing either wants is to cause a rift in the family. One day, Landon happens to be there when Sunnie needs help and he rushes to her rescue. What results causes them to pretend to be in a relationship to protect themselves from the public. But who will protect their hearts? I loved this book and I love this series. I can't wait for the next one in the series. I received a free copy of this book via Booksprout and am voluntarily leaving a review.
VivianC 12 days ago
Will June kisses lead to a June bride... The first book I ever read by Ms. Carr was "Come Monday" which is the book that introduced the Collins family. I can honestly say that I love this new story as much as I did that very first one. I can also say that I need to go back and read all the stories in both the original "Wild Irish" and the new "Wilder Irish" series. I received a free copy of this book via Booksprout and am voluntarily leaving a review.
DarGee 12 days ago
This was so sweet! From a little girl following her big brother and his best friend around, to being best friends, to a fun loving, sexy woman, Sunnie is a perfect heroine. Landon is her perfect foil, and they never thought beyond being best friends until, one drunken, disney princess moment, changed everything. So much fun, so freakin' sexy, and just a little bit angst, but finally a HEA that pop-pop called years before!
Tam 12 days ago
The 6th book in the Wilder Irish series is just a good if not better than the prior 5 plus the original Wild Irish series. Friends to lover story with Sunnie (nurse) and her best friend Landon (cop with her father Aaron as his supervisor & father figure...no pressure there). Love the humor and sarcasm in Mari's writing. Another fantastic story!
jayzee_5 12 days ago
I'm always so excited for a chance to jump back into the Wild/Wilder Irish worlds. These characters have held a place in my heart since my first reading of Come Monday. And this newest installment, claims it's place right alongside the rest. Sunnie and Landon are amazing together. There are not many better tropes than friends-to-lovers, and this version of it is done wonderfully. Sunnie is a lot like her mom Riley, with all the spitfiriness that goes with it. Landon, comes off as the more stable one, much like his mentor and idol, Aaron. But when he decides to go all in, all bets are off. It's always a treat to visit this series and to see the characters that we have come to love. From Wild Irish's Riley and Bubbles exuberance and Aaron's protectiveness, to Wilder Irish's Padraig's wisdom. But no character is more beloved than Pop Pop. I love how the stories always begin and end with a scene with him and the grandchild whose book it is. This may be my favorite part of the whole book
Xantippi 12 days ago
Received an advance copy from Booksprout. Excellent story, has a good plot, good story line and great chemistry between Landon and Sunnie. Quick, fun read.
Jennifer_e911 12 days ago
I've loved all of the Wild Irish stories, and the Collins family just keeps getting better with time. This book takes several of my favorite tropes and puts them all together in one fun, crazy story. As always, there are plenty of laughs, family support and love. Landon has been a peripheral part of the Collins Clan since he was young. Growing up with his mother as his only family, he loved the chaos that came with being around them. He envied their closeness and support, and wanted that for himself. His determination to have a family of his own led to heartache, and some confused feelings. Sunnie is a free spirit. She works hard, and plays harder. She lives each day to the fullest. She loves her family, but is determined not to fall for the "Collins Curse". She wants to enjoy her single life, staying away from commitment, and love. This book was so much fun! Even though they are so different, Landon and Sunnie are so perfect for each other. Their chemistry is off the charts hot, explosive really! Anyone who has read and loved the Wild (and Wilder!) Irish books, will love Landon and Sunnie too!
Jennifer_e911 12 days ago
I've loved all of the Wild Irish stories, and the Collins family just keeps getting better with time. This book takes several of my favorite tropes and puts them all together in one fun, crazy story. As always, there are plenty of laughs, family support and love. Landon has been a peripheral part of the Collins Clan since he was young. Growing up with his mother as his only family, he loved the chaos that came with being around them. He envied their closeness and support, and wanted that for himself. His determination to have a family of his own led to heartache, and some confused feelings. Sunnie is a free spirit. She works hard, and plays harder. She lives each day to the fullest. She loves her family, but is determined not to fall for the "Collins Curse". She wants to enjoy her single life, staying away from commitment, and love. This book was so much fun! Even though they are so different, Landon and Sunnie are so perfect for each other. Their chemistry is off the charts hot, explosive really! Anyone who has read and loved the Wild (and Wilder!) Irish books, will love Landon and Sunnie too!