'Tis the Season to be Kissed

'Tis the Season to be Kissed

by Amy Andrews
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'Tis the Season to be Kissed 4.4 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 17 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Absolutely adorable quick feel-good read. Perfect for a holiday pick-me-up.
PrissP More than 1 year ago
This story was cute & funny!  It is not only hilarious in spots, but reminds you that, when you least expect it, that special someone can waltz right into your life.  Would definitely read again, especially if I need a good laugh.
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Hard is how l like it babe i say pulling u closer to me
Sheri_B1975 More than 1 year ago
Originally posted on my blog: Tangled Up In Books If I hadn't already instantly added Amy Andrews to my auto-buy authors list with the first book of hers that I read, No More Mr. Nice Guy, than this sexy, fun filled novella would have done the trick. I don't know how it's possible but I've fallen more in love with her writing style and her humor. --"It was just the rum talking. It gives me this...temporary insanity...kind of like Tourette's. It's not pretty."" Meeting Tamara is hilarious because that spiked eggnog mentioned in the summary is already mostly gone by the start of the book. So needless to say she was feeling no pain. And she's the type of drunk that I always ended up being, funny and running at the mouth. I loved her right away, she was definitely someone I could see myself being friends with. She's had really bad luck in the relationship department and has sworn off anything meaningless in the future. Which is why she's locked herself away in her friend Georgia's cabin for New Year's Eve. --So what if his faded jeans clung to legs that could tempt a perfectly good girl to turn bad? Luke was all kinds of sexy. The kind of sexy that you pray you get stuck, snowed in a cabin with. Sigh. Oh right. Review! Imagination got the best of me. Anyway, Luke is sweet and funny and all around adorable. He's instantly attracted to Tamara and makes plans of his own to break through Tamara's rules and show her how good they could be. I adore the way he goes about it. Trust me he won me over instantly. --"You have the gift of fire, oh wizard." For such a short book it sure was filled with lots of humor and passion and heat. Normally I attempt to stay clear of novellas unless they're part of a series or something because the curse of the novella is usually insta-love. The bane of most of our existences. Deep down I just knew though that Amy Andrews wouldn't do something like that to us and thankfully I was right. There are no declarations of love and forever at the end of this story. Just this feeling that what these two shared was the start of something wonderful. --She laughed. "You have an m stuck to your butt." 'Tis The Season To Be Kissed was the perfect quick and light read. If you want a quick does of passion and sweetness without being stuck with all the angst and drama this is the novella for you! Especially for the scrabble game alone. ;)
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shirley_frances More than 1 year ago
Tamara is staying at her best friends’ parents’ cottage in the woods for New year’s Eve. She made a resolution the year before that she was going to stay away from meaningless encounters with men and she just doesn’t want to be kissing another dead end. What she was not counting on was to be sharing the cottage with Georgia’s brother, Luke. Luke just returned from a tour in Afghanistan and just wants to sleep his weariness away. But having to share the space with the attractive woman posses a challenge. One he is gladly to accept. Through flirtatious banter and humorous dialogue, Amy Andrews delivered a wonderful story of new beginnings. There were emotions thrown into the mix along with a heap of explosive chemistry. These two just lighted up the room anytime their eyes met. I loved the tension their mutual attraction brought and I wouldn’t have wanted it any other way. Luke was sweet, caring and completely in lust with Tamara. I enjoyed his way of thinking and the way the author went about him finally getting together with Tamara. Their coupling was flirty and fun with an abundance of passion. I loved it! All in all, an amazing sexy read with fun and interesting characters that will heat up your holidays!
Jasmyn9 More than 1 year ago
I'm not even sure where to get started with this book.  It was so very amazing that I think I will go back and read it every holiday season - maybe closer to New Years next time.  Tamara was beyond perfect for a character.  It can be difficult to really delve deep into a personality with a novella, but within the first few pages Tamara was coming to life beautifully as she goes on a drunken rambling to her best friend's little brother.  The "little" brother, Luke, is on a surprise trip home and stumbles upon Tamara using the spiked egg nog to keep warm in the family's cabin.  Luke's personality was just as big and he was everything I could ever want in a hero. The story is full of humor, as both characters are very intelligent and can use their words to make some very interesting conversation.  The scrabble game was amazing - won't say more or I'll ruin it.  You must go read this book the holiday season.  I don't think I would change a single word.  I need to make a bonfire image because five flames just isn't enough.
ReadYourWrites More than 1 year ago
Reviewed by Kim for Read Your Writes Book Reviews It’s New Year’s Eve and Tamara, a Kindergarten teacher, has decided not to go to New York City with her friend, Georgia, to watch the ball drop. Instead, she’s spending New Year’s Eve alone at a cabin owned by Georgia’s parents. Sergeant Luke Jackson wants to surprise his older sister, Georgia for her birthday. He spends thirty-six hours traveling from Afghanistan to the U.S. Due to a horrible snowstorm, he ends up going to his family’s cabin in Vermont. After walking two miles through a blizzard, Luke is greeted by an unexpected golf club wielding guest. It’s fifteen hours until midnight and Tamara is already drunk on eggnog. Because she knows that kissing leads to other things, she has a ten date rule, before she will kiss a guy. But when the sexy soldier shows up, she starts to question her own ten date rule. Tamara is definitely attracted to Luke, but he’s off limits, since he’s her friend’s brother. Luke desperately wants to be Tamara’s New Year’s Eve kiss. Over the course of twelve hours, Luke manages to pull off ten non-traditional, yet fun and sometimes romantic dates with Tamara. Once the kiss is granted it could be the start of something permanent and forever for both of them. ‘Tis the Season to be Kissed is more of a happy for now story, than a happily ever after story. Source: Publisher
busymama49 More than 1 year ago
Adorable novella about two strangers that are stranded in a blizzard on New Year's Eve in a log cabin. During the course of the day, on New Year's Eve, they meet, bond and stage 10 mini dates (let's face it these are unusual circumstances). They do all this to set the stage for the "midnight kiss" that is to come. This story is not only entertaining but delightfully amusing. Glad I read it! Recommended to all over 18 years of age who know what loneliness feels like on New Year's Eve.
grandmareads102 More than 1 year ago
Tamara wants to avoid people and the expectation of a New Year's Eve kiss. She heads to a remote mountain cabin in Vermont. Here she can avoid the pressure and expectations of the holiday tradition. How wrong can she be? While a blizzard howls outside she is trapped with a very sexy man. Luke Jackson is just home from Afghanistan. He wants to recharge before he goes to his sister's birthday party. Now he is here with a beautiful pixie. The attraction between these two is powerful. Will there be a New Year's Eve kiss? Amy Andrews has written a steamy novella. Tamara and Luke are such a great couple. They are ready for a forever love. Their story is humorous and very, very sexy. I will never play Scrabble without thinking of 'Tis the Season to be Kissed. This is a perfect holiday treat.
Lynn53 More than 1 year ago
A Holiday Must Read! I received this book for review from the publisher and the author.  I was not compensated nor was I required to write a positive review.   Tamara loves eggnog and she’s celebrating New Year’s Eve.  Sergeant Luke Jackson got the surprise of his life.  You will love the first conversation that these two have – it will have you in stitches.  Playing games also takes on a new meaning. Amy writes a very hot and sexy read that’s over too quickly.  During this holiday season, when things are rushed, why not take a little time for yourself and read this feel good story.  It’s a book that you can read at anytime and it’s also a nice one to cuddle with.  Even though it’s short, she has time to make you laugh which is a good thing when life is so full of stress.  If you are thinking of what books to read during this holiday season, why not have this one set aside for New Year’s Eve.  And if that’s not possible, save it for one of those winter nights where you can’t go anywhere and it will help to keep you warm.
Wintry8 More than 1 year ago
I am really starting to fall in love with novellas. this holiday novella really had me wishing it was New Years Eve, just so i could bring in the New Year like these two fantastic characters. Tamara had me laughing my ass off with her drunken confessions. And Luke... Oh Luke... *sighs deeply* Seriously, I suggest you stop whatever you are doing for an hour or two, buy this book and just get lost in the sexiness of the story.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago