Never Kiss A Stranger
by: Logan Chance
A truly delightful romantic comedy that will give you all the warm fuzzies and make you laugh out loud.
Kiki is a dog groomer with her best friend and while they are branching out into offering weddings as part of their services (that’s right you read that correctly-doggie weddings-it’s actually adorable), she is also caught up in a whirlwind engagement and wedding planning of her own. Kiki hasn’t been dating Henry for long before he popped the question and while at the time it seemed romantic, she is beginning to question her quick response to saying “yes”, especially after her incident in the parking lot where she just so happens to kiss a complete stranger.
Ellis is home to hopefully help his family get out of a financial slump. Looking over the books and then get back to his own life. He never thought he’d run into an old high school friend and be asked to be in his wedding, especially as his best man, considering they haven’t really seen one another in years, but that isn’t even the shocking part. When Henry introduces Ellis to his fiancée, it just so happens to be the woman he kissed in the parking lot the other day. Now what are the odds of that?
When Ellis and Kiki meet, through Henry, for the first (although really second) time, their lives suddenly move at a fast pace, with Kiki making plans for a wedding she doesn’t necessarily desire and for Ellis helping her plan to marry a man that isn’t him.
Ellis and Kiki have great comedic and steamy chemistry. This made a recipe for a perfect romcom couple. With adorable animals and lots of great wit, this was a wonderful story to lose myself in.
Ellis Atwood is the devil. Ok, maybe that’s too harsh. Ellis Atwood is ruining my life.
First, he demolishes a perfectly good wedding trellis.
Second, he destroys a gorgeous doggie wedding that I spent ages planning. (I kid you not.)
Third, he makes me feel all warm and fuzzy, and that is not ok. I prefer the cold and harsh way my fiancé makes me feel so much better. (wait, that didn’t come out right.)
Fourth, and there is a fourth, he gets me all wound up and flustered.
And last, when he unexpectedly kissed me it made me forget my own name, or the fact that I’m getting married…in a month.
Please someone help me out. I’m a mess.
Worst part is, Ellis isn’t the bad guy I first thought he was.
And being forced to spend time with him is making me realize that he needs my help more than anything.
So what’s a girl like me to do?
I’m only in town long enough to figure out a plan with my brother on how to save our brewery from the awfulness that is my father. Oh and be in a wedding.
Where I may or may not be crushing a little too hard on the bride-to-be. (spoiler alert, I’m crushing hard.)
She’s really cute. Like seriously.
And she has the cutest job, she’s a dog wedding planner. (I kid you not.)
I can see why Henry loves her.
I can see why everyone loves her.
I can see why I’m falling for her.
I’m usually not a relationship-type guy. Call it picky or whatnot, but usually I get bored easily. So, my plan is simple. Spend as much time with Kiki (soon to be Faniki, I know) and hopefully get bored with her adorkable smile and sexy legs that go on for miles.
Then, I can save the brewery, be the best man of the wedding, and get my butt back to Chicago and away from the happy couple.
RELEASING APRIL 7TH