Monday, October 29, 2012

Book review: The Kiss That Counted

The Kiss That CountedThe Kiss That Counted by Karin Kallmaker

My rating: 3 of 5 stars


Karin Kallmaker is an old hand at the lesbian romance genre, and if girl-meets-girl is your thing, then you really can't go wrong reading anything she's written. In this one, CJ Roshe is a successful businesswoman with a past that may be gaining on her. She is careful not to make any connections that can't be broken at a moment's notice. Then she meets Karita Hanssen, femme goddess extraordinaire, and all bets are off, especially after sharing one very special and unexpected kiss. Can love conquer all? It's a romance novel...what do you think?!



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4 comments:

Cloudia said...

Shoots, I'm back in the 'Patience & Sarah' age! The Front Runner? Radcliffe Hall?

Put me in a museum with the other 'inverts' LOL! Right next to the Labrys display



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hedgewitch said...

I think you should be eligible for subsidization to write these things yourself--I think it would be more fun for all concerned.

Sioux said...

I'm with Hedgewitch. Write one yourself. It would be witty, well written and you could even throw in an occasional poem to make it multigenre.

After all, NaNoWriMo is only two days away...

Mama Zen said...

As Hedgewitch said . . .