Publisher: Berkley Sensation
Source: Goodreads win!
You can read the Goodreads summary here.
Sometimes a gal just needs to read a book with a half naked cowboy on the cover, am I right ladies?
The year is 1870 in San Francisco. When Bode doesn't show up right away to his own birthday party, his brother Bram fills in the awkwardness by announcing his engagement to Comfort, but there's one problem: he never proposed and she's just as surprised as the rest of the guests at his announcement. Bode is suspicious of Bram's "engagement" and decides that he's the one for Comfort. Comfort must choose whether to break her sham of an engagement or not and she must also come to terms with her past at the same time.
This was a great romance! As the cover might suggest, there are a few steamy scenes in this novel, which were not cheesy in the least (thankfully). But there was also a great plot, complete with plot twists and mysterious bad guys, and equally great characters. Overall Kissing Comfort was very well written and I really enjoyed it. It will be released September 6th.
PS: The fact that I got this book free from the publisher did not affect my review.