K*ss Happens

K*ss Happens

by Jane Lynne Daniels

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K*ss Happens by Jane Lynne Daniels

Emma Zane has one magical chance to erase the past and reclaim her soulmate lover and her dreams of a successful songwriting career, but as the song says, it ain't gonna be easy.

KISS HAPPENS
What if you could have one "do-over" in life? Emma Zane, who lost her lover and soulmate, Chase Chapman, and her passion for songwriting when she couldn't find the courage to go to Nashville, is about to find out.

But a do-over, even a magic one, isn't that easy. Emma's abruptly thrust into a new life as an award-winning songwriter, only to find out she's double-crossed Chase, stomped on others with her custom-made boots, and is engaged to a rising country star who has Emma locked into an ironclad contract. Now the woman who once pushed aside her dreams and the man she loves have to navigate a new world to reclaim both-without racking up more regrets than the one she started with. As the song says, it ain't gonna be easy.

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9781941260838
Publisher: Boroughs Publishing Group
Publication date: 10/16/2014
Pages: 184
Product dimensions: 6.00(w) x 9.00(h) x 0.39(d)

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K*ss Happens 4.3 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 4 reviews.
Amers86 More than 1 year ago
Independent Reviewer for Archaeolibrarian - I Dig Good Books! * Disclaimer * - I received these books from Book Plug Promotions in return for a fair and honest review. Emma Zane, a successful song writer, music teacher, friend and lover. Unfortunately, she is on the losing end of each one of those things at one point or another. She visits Madame Claire, the psychic, upon request of a friend, to try to make her life better and to wipe out her deepest regret, Chase. He is in her thoughts when she is awake and in her dreams asleep. She can’t get past the song they cowrote or how she handled things concerning the song. Weren’t they meant to be together? Wasn’t he the one that was her everything, her pleasure, her happiness, her excitement, and her pain? Currently it seemed all he was bringing her was pain. Would Madame Claire be able to allow her to get past that and forget, or would her magic mess up again? Chase is a music writing genius to everyone but the two people who really matter, himself and Emma. He has lived everyday with regret that Emma didn’t think his writing was good enough to provide a living for them. He has held anger and disappointment in everyday since Emma left him to write with Jason Jeffries, but did she really? Could Chase have misread the situation and could Emma still love him? Chase would have to swallow some pride and open his heart and ears to listen to what Emma has to say and trust her. When Chase is given the chance of a lifetime to rekindle things with Emma, can he look past their history and open his heart? I loved the story line in this book. Emma and Chase have a fun relationship. They are flirty, feisty, fun, romantic, and loving. They both have demons in their hearts that are preventing them from loving and feeling. I thought it was fun how Madame Claire was a little more involved with her “customer” this time. The angst in this story had my hear aching for both characters at different points. The story line felt realistic to me, not including the magic of course, and kept me wanting to read. The reason this book gets a 4 star rating is I was really hoping that this story would be a continuation to Tensley’s story in book one. This book felt like the first book with the general idea, just different characters, and a different story. I felt the concept was the same. This didn’t keep me from enjoying the book nor will it keep me from recommending it to you, fellow reader! I think you will enjoy the book.
mathphilosopher More than 1 year ago
Jane Lynne Daniels’s “K*ss Happens” is the second book in the Love Rewritten series. This book is even better than the first book! It had more sexy time than #1. Madame Claire is more prevalent in this one and I love the mental image of her that's created. I like Emma's story and her do-over. There were some times when I really couldn't see how things were going to work out - which is good - I hate a totally predictable ending. 
UndercoverBookReviews More than 1 year ago
This is the second book in the Rewritten Love series. And I must say that the author Lynne Daniels has brought in this book! Don't get me wrong, absolutely loved book one of the series, but it's starting to get even better now! Grab your copy today to see how Emma's do-over in life ends up!!! *Received for an honest review*
Pamelak31 More than 1 year ago
I received an ARC for my true and honest review. I actually give this 3.5 stars This is a story about a woman, Emma, who has regrets over a life decision she made as a teenager. She finds herself crying on the shoulder of a friend, who sends her to see a psychic. (Had I read the first in this series, I would have understood this part a little better) The psychic gives Emma a "do over". Emma is transported, for lack of a better word, into an alternate life. A life that she realizes isn't what she had expected. She has the success, as a country music song writer, that she dreamed of, but she doesn't have the love of her life, Chase. The story follows Emma as she tries to right the wrongs of both lives, while trying to come to the reality of making the decision for a do over. The story is interesting. The concept of having a do over in life is one that most people dream of. My problem with the story is that I didn't feel like we ever really got the feel of what happened between Emma and Chase to cause them to split, in either life. We get the general idea, but since Emma can't remember what truly happened in life #2, it's only speculated as to how it really went down. I would have liked to have had a little more character development prior to her visiting the psychic.  Overall it was a good read.