Monday, May 2, 2016

Book Review: A Biker's Kiss: Vince & Tori by Tracey Cramer-Kelly

About the Book:

Kissing is overrated.

At least in Vince’s mind. The fact that he avoids kissing hasn’t stopped him from getting what he wants from women. But now he’s shared a little too much with his co-worker, Tori—and she’s made it her personal mission to change his opinion. After all, what happens in Sturgis, stays in Sturgis. Or does it?

Book Details:

Kindle File Size: 1359 KB
Print Length: 50 pages
Publication Date: October 14, 2014
Sold by: Amazon Digital Services, Inc.

My Review:

Sturgis, South Dakota is host to one of of the largest motorcycle rallies in the United States.   Thousands of people attend as participants, vendors, or both.  Vince and some of his co-workers are in Sturgis running a booth during the rally.  After revealing a secret concerning his aversion to kissing, Tori, one of Vince's co-workers, tries to reset his views.  

A Biker's Kiss is a short novella that brings together two unlikely characters.  Vince fits the image of a bad boy biker and Tori as a women that doesn't get involved in the biker scene beyond her shift at the booth.  When Vince divulges his reasons behind never kissing a woman, Tori is both horrified and determined to help him move beyond the issues.  

The novel contains limited backstory, really just providing what the reader needs to know about Vince.  The development occurs in the present with Tori.  The situation unfolds respectfully instead of Tori taking Vince's secret and waving it around in public.  I really feel that the relationship building between Vince and Tori is executed well and is written in a believable way.  I enjoyed A Biker's Kiss.

Review copy was provided at no cost in exchange for an honest review.

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