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Sara's Review: Kissing Cassie by LT Kelly

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Publisher: Resplendence Publishing, LLC

Released: August 25th 2015

Genre: Contemporary Romance

Length: 227 pages

Format: eBook

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This Hollywood heart throb doesn’t know how to take no for an answer and is willing to leap any hurdle to get the woman he wants... When high school drama teacher Cassie Thornton finds herself drowning in a failing marriage, she struggles to get her head above water. Her husband, Robert, is a workaholic science professor at Oxford University with a sordid secret. After eight years of marriage, Robert’s blatant disinterest in her forces Cassie to demand they go on a vacation, hoping it will reunite them. Gorgeous Jared Peterson is the cream of Hollywood actors. His squeaky clean image, coupled with his outstanding results at the box office, has earned him respect industry wide. That’s until his cunning fiancé and co-star goes on a rampage, setting out to destroy his reputation. How else could he cope with her betrayal except to escape Tinseltown? When Cassie and Jared meet on the island of Majorca, it sparks a life changing chemistry between them. Jared refuses to continue with his career without her by his side. Cassie must decide whether to give up life as she knows it or leave it all behind to give their love a chance.

Three (2.5) Boundless Stars

I was provided Kissing Cassie in exchange for an honest review. This was a very cute and sweet story. At the beginning I was really into it and liked where everything was going. Two people on a vacation, one in a horrible marriage, the other escaping from Hollywood scandal. It was a good setup. The problem I had was it just seemed to drag on and on. I felt like this would have made a much better novella and stopped after the school play. There wasn't anything really wrong it was just a bit boring and to be frank Cassie started to get on my nerves. But so did Jared, he was a bit too desperate for my liking. So as much as I wanted to love it, it was just ok.

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