Review: Winter Kisses (3:AM Kisses #1.5) by Addison Moore

Winter KissesTitle: Winter Kisses
Author: Addison Moore
Series: 3:AM Kisses #1.5
Rating: 5 stars
Genres: Contemporary Romance
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Blurb:
Laney Sawyer used to believe in love and all of the trappings that happily ever after could provide until Ryder Capwell crushed her heart.

When Laney is auctioned off as a prize at the drama department fundraiser the last person she expects to trade cold hard cash for her company is Ryder. Ryder Capwell is in love with Laney Sawyer. One year ago she walked out of his life and took the light of his world right along with her.

Ryder would do anything to have another chance with Laney, including purchasing her for the evening courtesy of Whitney Briggs University, and he does just that. One thing leads to whiskey, which leads to a one-night stand. She thinks it’s revenge sex—he thinks its make up sex.

Things can only go wrong from here…

My Review:
Anytime I pick up an Addison Moore book I just know it’s going to be an amazing read, and this was no exception.

This is actually a novella length book and I read it in less than two hours. I often complain that a lot of the novellas I read aren’t properly executed and there isn’t enough time to really connect with the characters and truly’feel’ the emotions. Addison Moore demonstrates how to perfectly pull it out of the bag with this book. Because we have caught a glimpse of Laney and Ryder previously, I already felt like I had a good insight into their characters, and the story didn’t feel too short or rushed.

Ryder and Laney are the typical beautiful couple destined for a fairytale HEA, however, when we meet them they have been broken up a year (over an orchestrated misunderstanding) and it’s obvious that both are still pining for the other. Laney is a scream and I love her character. Ryder finally mans up and supports her the way he should have the previous Christmas.

Great dialogue, excellent writing, and a fast-paced plot make for a killer read. While it can be read as a stand-alone, I highly recommend reading it as part of the series.

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