Small Town Tease

Small Town Tease

by Allie Boniface

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BN ID: 2940155577041
Publisher: DFM Publishing
Publication date: 06/25/2018
Sold by: Draft2Digital
Format: NOOK Book
Sales rank: 616,704
File size: 202 KB

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Small Town Tease 3.7 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 3 reviews.
grandmareads102 11 months ago
Small Town Tease is a collection of short stories that made me smile. I liked all the characters and settings. I especially enjoyed that they had a connection to other books written by Allie Boniface. Plus as an added bonus I got a peak at her current work-in-progress. This author charmed me with her romantic tales. She left me wanting more. I received a copy of this book which I voluntarily read and reviewed. My comments are my honest opinion.
Lashea677 12 months ago
Small Town Tease bundles feel good into a dose of heartfelt fun. It's about life. It's about love. It's about hope. Boniface can always be counted on deliver heart tingles wrapped in sweet tales and wise words.
gmcootie 12 months ago
If you want a delightful interlude on these hot summer days, pick up a copy of Small Town Tease by author Allie Boniface. It’s a collection of short stories that's perfect for the beach, poolside or when you just want to take a short break – or to spice up your wait in the dentist’s office! There are eight stories in all, including a small town bad boy and a city girl in town for a wedding, a teacher who’s sworn never to date a co-worker, a high school playboy and a choir girl dreaming of her first kiss, a stranded motorist and the hunk who stops to help her, and a bonus sneak peek at the full-length novel Allie Boniface is currently writing. Allie Boniface’s stories are always sweet and leave you with a smile on your face, and Small Town Tease is no exception. Add in some spice and heat and you’ll be batting your eyes and holding your heart. Even these short visits back to Lindsey Point and Pine Point are fun and remind me how much I love visiting those places, and a trip back in time or a return glimpse into the lives of some favorite characters as well as meeting new folks who could easily become favorites just adds to the enjoyment. The stories are short standalones that could be read in one sitting, or you can break it up and prolong the pleasure. Either way, they all have that familiar small-town feeling of love and lust and fun we’ve come to expect from Allie Boniface. Small Town Tease is a perfect addition to your summer reading list. Thanks to the author for providing an advance copy in exchange for an honest review.