A Kiss to Remember by Teresa Medeiros #bookreview #HistoricalRomance


My rating: 5 of 5 stars



The feeling you have after having a scrumptious chocolate tart! A Kiss To Remember was a delightful read which entertained me to the max. The plot involves a variant of amnesia with the hero Sterling Harlow losing his memory and literally falling into the lap of Laura Fairleigh who is just waiting for one guy to save her and her siblings from being thrown out of their home.

There’s so much humor involved with the very lovely Carlotta or Lottie who is such a fan of Gothic stories that she invents ways to do away with Sterling and save her sister from a loveless marriage. All the characters including Cookie and Dower, the numerous cats and the 2 dogs all make this a very lovely feel-good historical romance.

AWAKENED BY A KISS

Laura Fairleigh needs a husband. If she is to keep a roof over her siblings’ heads, the prim rector’s daughter must wed by her twenty-first birthday. When she finds a mysterious stranger with the face of an angel and the body of Adonis unconscious in the forest and with no memory of his name or his past, she decides to claim him for her own. Little does she know that her fallen angel is really the devil in disguise.

Sterling Harlow, the notorious rakehell known as the “Devil of Devonbrooke,” awakens to the enchanting kiss of a lovely young woman who informs him he is her long-lost betrothed. With her sun-kissed cheeks and smattering of freckles, she looks every inch the innocent, but her curves possess a woman’s allure. When she assures him he is the perfect gentleman, he wonders if he’s lost his wits as well as his memory. He would have sworn he was not a man to be satisfied with mere kisses—especially from lips as sweet and luscious as Laura’s.As he attempts to uncover the truth before their wedding night, A Kiss To Remember ignites a passion neither of them will ever be able to forget….

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