Kiss and ’Telle? by Nadine C. Keels

Many thanks to the author Nadine Keels for the complimentary copy of this book for an honest review.

Kiss and ‘Telle is a lighthearted romance novella which was a fun and enchanting read focused on the theme of longtime friendship and love. Chantelle and Dennis have known each other from a young age and have been friends since then and both of them have feelings for each other but somehow fails the courage to finally test the waters and commit to something more than friendship.

It was a beautiful story as the author has captured the age-old question of how to alter the status quo of a relationship. Do we rock the boat or continue as it is, what if the feelings of love is one-sided and then what if destroys the beautiful friendship that you share with the person, each of this question is hard as Chantelle and Dennis explores their commitment and trust in each other as they collaborate to write a book together.

Lovely and feel-good contemporary romance.

Blurb

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.

Oops.

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