September 10, 2018 2 min to read

Review: Just a Touch by Tabatha Kiss

Category : Reviews

Synopsis:
I fell in love with a girl ten years ago.

The term whirlwind doesn’t even begin to describe it.
One moment it was lingering stares and stolen smiles.
The next… it was a white dress and the honeymoon suite.

But it didn’t last. Annulled after twenty-three days. Your typical Las Vegas mistake.
I moved on, I focused on work, but my heart never stopped beating for her.

For Jennifer Parker. My Jenny.

Ten years later and she’s come home for her little sister’s wedding.
She’s staying here — at my family’s hotel. Drinking at my bar. Using my fancy towels.

Staying in my room. Moaning my name…

Just one night, we agreed.
One night to give us the closure we never got before.
But just a touch of her ivory skin… and I’m hers all over again.

I fell in love with a girl ten years ago.
And I’m going to give her one night in Las Vegas she’ll never forget.

Just a Touch is Kindle-melting hot, hilarious, and guaranteed to tug your heart strings!

My Review:
Genre: Romance – Second-chance
Standalone: Yes
Part of a Series: Yes Book 1 of the Heartthrob Hotel Series
POV: Graham and Jen
Steam Level: Toasty
4.5/5

I love Tabatha Kiss’s writing and Just a Touch is no exception. It’s a perfect mix of funny, sweet and sexy. Graham is the oldest of four boys (the man in this new series) and, on a trip home, he runs into his ex. The flames explode from there. The chemistry is explosive, the sex dynamite, and the clashes combustible. Graham and Jen’s story ignites a spark of love that will burn bright. I cannot wait to see the other brothers fall hard and hope to see more of Graham and Jen in their stories as well. Just a Touch is a great start to a promising new series and a great addition to her Tabbyverse.

Favorite Quotes:

  • I should focus on the beautiful woman in front of me and stop letting myself get distracted by stupid bullshit like cookies.
  • This position was exactly the thing I wanted to avoid this weekend and yet here I am. Bent over a  Botsford Plaza matress with a Botsford tongue shoved right up my cooch. Christ, how could this get any worse? “Sit on my face, Jenny.” Like that.
  • Every good moment that passes takes another bad moment with it. Soon, any horrible though I have about him will be goan and I can’t tell if that excites or terrifies me.

Click Here to buy Just a Touch by Tabatha Kiss from Amazon

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