REVIEW: Kiss Me Hello by Grace Burrowes

Around the World in 80 Books

4 out of 5 stars     ★★★★☆

21527250 Published by Sourcebooks Casablanca
March 2015
Genre: Contemporary Romance

Synopsis:

Sidonie Lindstrom’s hands and heart are full—she’s been uprooted from the urban life she loves, she’s grieving for her brother while raising her foster son Luis, and she’s trying to find a job with meaning. But her burdens feel lighter when she meets rural lawyer Mackenzie Knightley. Their attraction is powerful and unexpected. Life is perfect… until Sid learns that Mac hasn’t been completely honest about his job.

When problems arise with Luis’ foster care situation, she must decide: can she trust Mac again, when she has so much more to lose?


I read this series because I’m a fan of Grace Burrowes’s historical romances, which I think influenced the first 2 books a bit too much. The diction was especially noticeable. True, I’m not too familiar with residents of rural Maryland, but…

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