Then We Kissed by Juliet Spenser


Blissful Kisses (Bliss Harbor)

Synopsis:

A curvy, no-nonsense baker wakes up with regrets over a night with the sexy soldier who stole her heart, but a mix-up sends her straight back into his arms. 

Review:

Then We Kissed is the final book in the Blissful Kisses short story collection. This is probably the most ridiculous story in the collection, but that is not a bad thing. Charlotte just tries to run from everything, but luckily Bradley won't let her get too far.

Charlotte and Bradley first met before he was deployed when he came to a cooking class Charlotte was teaching. She thought they had a connection, he would always stay after and help her clean up and chat and whatnot, but then he left without even trying to stay in contact. She did send him a drunken letter telling him she loved him and she heard nothing back.

Now Bradley has returned and Charlotte in a drunken night she doesn't remember ended up sleeping with him. She is fuzzy on the details, but also embarrassed. She was fun even if she jumps to conclusions and won't hear Bradley out. They have some things to work through, but they can get there. A fun, cute short story.

Rating: ★ ★ ★1/2

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