Review of Blind Kiss by Renee Carlino

 

*** ARC Received for Honest Review ***

***5 stars***

This book has so much of everything I love. There’s angst and drama, love and friendship, the kind of forever that means something. This is so everything for me. I’m still trying to catch my breath after reading it.   How can two people be so completely perfect for each other and so in love but their timing and communication always be off? My heart still hurts for Gavin and Penny.  This book gave me so many feelings. I want to go back in time and fix everything for them. This is a love story that will take you every place possible in a relationship. It’s the good, the bad, the wonderful, and the heart break. Total must read! (Review by Terri “Jane”)

****5 STARS****

****ARC Received for Honest Review****

I kinda don’t know what to say actually….this book was just wow. It is angsty, frustrating, dramatic, sweet, maddening, smoldering and incredible. Renee is a brilliant writer and has a gift of knowing her character and her readers. She knows how far she can push the storyline of the characters so that we are at the edge of our seats, we are holding our breaths and at some moments, ready to chuck our kindles across the room.

I love how one blindfolded moment, a chemical reaction, can have such an impact on two people. But they walked away and now, so many years later and after so many years of regret, Penny and Gavin still have a chemical connection that can’t be denied. I will not give anything else away, because this is a must read you all…one click this today.-Review by Catherine(Catty)

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