Tuesday, November 27, 2012

Review: April's Kiss in the Moonlight by Jean Joachmin


April's Kiss in the Moonlight (Moonlight #2)

How could anything bad happen to a young woman, fresh from graduate school, who strikes out on a new path rather than return to take a job with her father’s firm? April McKenna sets off for an escapade that ends in tragedy. Injured and alone she is taken in by a friend of her mother’s who lives in a small town in the Catskill Mountains in New York. 
During her recovery, April resolves to carve out an exotic life of travel and adventure. But she didn’t count on a sexy fireman upsetting her plans. Gavin Dailey has dated practically every woman in the county, but when he meets April, he knows he’s finally found the one he wants. Only a stubborn man like Gavin wouldn’t let April’s resistance to his charm and his small town change his plans. Determined to win her, he pulls out all the stops until he encounters one stumbling block he didn’t count on. Only a near-tragedy resurrected from the past gives April the tenacity she needs to make the right decision for her life in April’s Kiss in the Moonlight.



A very sweet romance book that has a great storyline to keep you hooked from the beginning.  There is the strong fireman, Gavin, who finds April in his town recovering from an accident.  Their attraction blooms, along with a few twists and turns.  The book is very well written.  I give it 4 stars.


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