Kiss Me in the Moonlight

About the book: Kissing her way through Europe wasn’t in the job description…

When Paige’s mysterious and attractive boyfriend dumps her in an email, she decides that chaperoning hormonal teenagers on a once-in-a-lifetime trip is the perfect way to cope. Surely a summer in Europe will heal her battered heart. Best of all, she’ll get to visit the historical sites she’s spent a lifetime studying on someone else’s dime.

Nick's life is in free fall. Being an undercover agent has never been easy, but lately the price has been too high. He’s just dumped the love of his life for a secret European mission that resulted in the death of his best friend. Nick can’t shake the feeling that there’s a rat at the agency, and he’s determined to track him down.

When Nick and Paige end up spending the summer together as colleagues, it’s more than either bargained for. Sparks fly as they reconnect, and secrets become harder and harder to keep. Paige is determined to get answers about their breakup, and Nick is eager for a second chance. But as the investigation into his partner’s death heats up, one kiss in the moonlight changes everything.

My review: Wow, I really loved this one! I loved Paige. I had to wonder just how her luck could be so colossally bad to have her ex-boyfriend show up at her new European job. But I had to admit that it made for such a fun and cute story. I didn't want to put it down.

I liked Nick too. I understood where he was coming from just walking out of Paige's life the way he did. It was fun for the reader to know that he was an undercover agent, even as Paige still had no idea. She had no idea that the whole reason he walked out of her life was to protect her. And she had no idea just how much he was going to have to go through in this scenario to protect her.  

I liked the pace of the plot. There's plenty of time for love and romance, but also a sense of urgency and some craziness in the plot. It really is so much fun! And it was such a fabulous afternoon escape! After reading these books, it's become very clear that I need a trip to Europe ASAP! 

I was sent a copy of this book in exchange for an honest review.


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