Just One Kiss - Jami Rogers

Just One Kiss

By Jami Rogers

  • Release Date - Published: 2015-10-12
  • Book Genre: New Adult
  • Author: Jami Rogers
Our rating: 5/5 stars

4 Score: 4 (From 600 Ratings)

Just One Kiss Jami Rogers read online review & book description:

I don’t make a habit of slapping men after I kiss them, I swear. It only happened that one time. With him. Honestly, he was a summer crush gone bad and a part of me thought I'd never see him again, and yet … today, seven years later, he’s about to become my boss.
*shakes head*
Did I mention that we can’t stand each other AND that he’s renting the house across the street from me? No. Well, there you go. I think it goes without saying that balancing my work life and my final semester of college is going to go super swell.
It’s fine. I can handle this. So what if he looks like Mr. July in a fireman's calendar … everything is going to be fine.
Afterall, it’s not like I'm still crushing on him … am I?

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Posted Reviews

  • Just one kiss

    By rjbor
    A wonderful love story. Read in 2 days. Thank You
  • Overall, a great read

    By ....poo
    This book was captivating and I found it hard to put down. I constantly wanted to know what was going to happen next. The writing did seem a bit rushed and the story line progressed dramatically. I did find that there were quite a few typos throughout the book as if no one proof read it.
  • Great read!

    By IOWA-JC
    I couldn’t stop reading! The writer kept me interested by the chemistry between characters. Highly recommend!
  • I love it

    By Xoticxo
    Amazing book. Love stories are my favorite and this one made me laugh, anxious,excited, and made me shed some tears.
  • A bit rushed.

    By This girl reads.
    It’s not a TERRIBLE book but I struggled to read until the end. I felt that it was a little rushed and all over the place. It feels as though a teen wrote this, not an actual adult.
  • Full circle

    By T1darryl
    Great story. Glad to see their story end in the exact place that it started for them.
  • Title: Just One Kiss

    By Emm713
    I loved this book. I liked the story line and the characters. I liked the fact that it was a complete book.
  • One more kiss

    By 2kasmom
    Ethan Connelly and Kelsey Brian shared a kiss as teenagers. She felt bad, since he had a girlfriend at the time. Years later, she broke up with her own boyfriend, when she caught him cheating with not 1 but 2 girls at the same time. Is it true once a cheater always a cheater? Now after 7 years, Ethan walks into the bar where she works. He has turned out smokin' HOT! Hot with a capital H! He is going to run the bar for her best friend and roommate, his cousin while she takes a world trip for about a year. Can Kelsey put up with his being close and not try to attack him? Ethan has always wanted Kelsey. Now he has an actual shot with her. Only keeping a terrbile secret from her and her roommate may have awful consequences. Can their new relationship bounce back from this? What is he gets caught? Kelsey is finally trusting a man again. She knows Ethan is hiding something from her. She just hopes it doesn't kill her when she finds out. She knows it is just a question of when, not if. She just hopes it is not another woman like before. Both of these characters have bad parents and can relate on that level. What I loved was the banter, the sexy times, and the struggle to resist! This is a great start to the Black Alcove series. I cannot wait to see what the author has for us in the next book! ***This ARC was given in return for an honest review only.

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