Kissed by the Rain

Kissed by the Rain


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ISBN-13: 9781503934962
Publisher: Amazon Publishing
Publication date: 02/07/2017
Pages: 288
Product dimensions: 5.40(w) x 8.20(h) x 0.60(d)

About the Author

Claudia Winter has been writing since childhood. She has previously published two romantic comedies, a crime novel, and several short stories in German. The author of Apricot Kisses and Kissed by the Rain, she also works as a certified specialist in social pedagogy at an elementary school. Winter currently lives with her husband and two dogs in a small town in Germany.

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Kissed by the Rain 4 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 1 reviews.
Candace-LoveyDoveyBooks More than 1 year ago
Claudia Winter's Kissed by the Rain is a fun romance translated by Maria Poglitsch Bauer. If you loved the movie Leap Year (Amy Adams, Matthew Goode), this will definitely strike your fancy. Bauer chooses the right words to convey this story and make it enjoyable and unforgettable. Josefine Sonnenthal is all set to marry her colleague, who is Jo's definition of perfect. However, the precious family ring that every bride in her family should wear is missing and without it she can't get married. If she gets married without the ring her marriage is destined for doom. When she finds that her troublesome cousin took the ring and ran off with her boyfriend to Scotland, the adventure begins in earnest. Scotland seems to be a reflection of Josefine's inner turmoil. Everything that could go wrong, goes wrong. It's constantly rainy and the ridiculously handsome man, who tried to crash her plane with a cell phone, seems to be following her around. Add to that her twin great-Aunts tag along for the ride with their constant bickering. Kissed by the Rain is an emotional rollercoaster with a comedic edge. Jo is as stubborn as they come and she forges ahead with her plans no matter what. Walking around in an ugly oversized sweater doesn't slow her down, and neither does Aidan Murray. It seems fate has its own ideas about Jo and Aidan and steps in every now and then to bring them together. Josefine wasn't always the most upstanding character throughout the novel, but her journey to Scotland opened her eyes to a better way of living. It brought her a better understanding of herself and her family. Kissed by the Rain is not a superficial romance, but one that will fill your reading experience with laughter and joy. *eARC provided in exchange for an honest review*