Review: The Kiss by Lucy Courtenay

The Kiss by Lucy Courtenay

My rating: 4 of 5 stars

★ ★ ★ ★ – Kept me interested all through and I liked it.

Delilah kisses a french boy on a beach in France, after he uses an old greek myth as a pickup-line. Back home, everything begins to feel weird, and after accidentally causing her best friend’s break-up, she puts on her big-girl pants and tries to mend everything.

“The Kiss” was an interesting read. It had a lot of things that I didn’t expect, drinking, drugs, parties, and some pg-13 action. Not that I complain. Much.

The characters were definitely the highlight. Delilah wasn’t the typical heroine, but how she grows towards the end was pretty impressive, furthermore, I kinda enjoyed that the hot guy had a kinda geeky hobby.

I don’t know who I’d recommend it to. The book was enjoyable, but I don’t think it’s for everyone. It’s definitely not a children’s book, and the subjects are probably more suited for New Adult, and older Young Adults. But it was interesting enough.

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