Kiss and ‘Telle? by Nadine C. Keels
Length: 100 pages
Genre: Contemporary Romance
Novella Acquired from the Author
Release Date: April 29, 2020
Thank you Nadine C. Keels for providing me a complimentary copy of Kiss and ‘Telle?, in exchange for an honest review!
This was quite a lovely, romantic story! Kiss and ‘Telle? follows Chantelle and Dennis, the maid of honor and best man at their friends’ wedding. Both characters have feelings for each other, yet don’t exactly know how to express their feelings. When a collaboration begins between Chantelle and Dennis, things become even more unexpected!
While both characters have clear feelings toward one another, the book is clean romance. It’s great for readers who love playful, romantic banter and flirtations in their stories, yet wholesome displays of affection. Both Chantelle and Dennis work hard to have success in their work lives, and each turn to writing as an outlet for their creative hobbies. Although they are aware of the risks and pitfalls that come with relationships, the journey toward personal happiness is a bit more complex. This novella also has warm side characters (Alexis and Arthur) who offer supportive guidance when complications arise.
Kiss and ‘Telle? is listed as a novella, featuring characters from Keels’s novel Hope Unashamed. A sneak preview of the novel is included. You will love Kiss and ‘Telle?, as it has romantic chemistry and the valuable life lesson of patience through adversity.
Rating: 4.5/5 Stars
If only this type of thing were as easy as it looks in chick flicks.
Ever since her college days, Chantelle has had growing feelings for Dennis, a swaggering and smart geek-at-heart who’s got romance coming out of his ears. At least, he talks as if he’s mastered the art of dating, but how would Chantelle know if it’s true? She’s never gotten to experience Dennis as anything more than a close friend.
But wait! A huge opportunity comes along that could impact both their personal and professional lives. This may lead to the perfect time for Chantelle to tell Dennis what he means to her.
It may also be time for some of Chantelle’s own words about love to come back to bite her.
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