November 2, 2020 2 min to read
Audiobook Review: A Kiss to Keep by Willow WInters
It started with a kiss. A single kiss that shook me to my core. A kiss to silence me, and a kiss to numb the pain.
I took his hand and in turn, he took me away. I thought when we ran away, we’d never have to look back.
I was wrong.
I think Sebastian knew, and so did I, that he’d be pulled back into this life one day. There was no way we could have gotten our happily ever after. Scars don’t ever fully go away, and this sinful place is etched into our flesh.
I don’t know how I’ll ever forgive him for bringing me back here. Even when he kisses me the way he does… no kiss can take away this pain.
He’s still my everything, but I don’t know how we’ll survive this.
A Kiss to Keep is an extension of Chloe and Sebastian’s story, A Kiss to Tell. Although it can be read on its own, it’s recommended you start with A Kiss to Tell.
A Kiss to Keep is a 15k novellette extension of Chloe and Sebastian’s story, A Kiss to Tell. Although it can be read on its own, it’s recommended you start with A Kiss to Tell.
Title: A Kiss to Keep
Author: Willow Winters
Narrators: CJ Bloom, Alexander Cendese
Part of a Series: Continues/shows more of the couple’s story in A Kiss to Tell and part of the Merciless world
POV: Chloe and Sebastian
Steam Level: Toasty at times
I listened to A Kiss to Keep on the Read Me Romance podcast. It was okay, not great, not terrible. I listened to the end. I wasn’t too fond of the narrators or the characters. I get Sebastian trying to protect Chloe from the darkness in his world but the lies of omission or half truths were irritating. Chloe withholding affection because she was mad screamed immaturity to me. Maybe because I haven’t read A Kiss to Tell I’m little more critical. A Kiss to Keep just felt like an afterthought. It was well written – just not really a full story. It almost felt like a prequel.