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Author: Marcia Lynn McClure
ISBN: 0982782683
Pages: 258 pages
Publisher: Distractions Ink; 2 edition (April 17, 2013)
Language: English
Category: Humanities
Size ePUB: 1265 kb
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Rating: 4.6
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e-Book Kissing Cousins epub download

by Marcia Lynn McClure

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Kissing Cousins by Marcia Lynn McClure. Published by Distractions Ink. . Rio Rancho, NM 87174.

I cannot remember reading a Marcia Lynn McClure book that I haven't really enjoyed

Only 8 left in stock (more on the way). Only 2 left in stock (more on the way). I cannot remember reading a Marcia Lynn McClure book that I haven't really enjoyed. This is a contemporary romance wherein the h likens herself to a patron standing outside at a bakery: she has a apple pie in one hand, and she's staring at a peach pie inside. Both wonderful choices, to be sure!

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Tabby glanced up to see the sales and marketing analyst for the company, Jagger Brodie, walking-rather sauntering-toward the PR office. Without realizing it, a heavy sigh of something akin to longing escaped Tabby's lungs as she watched Jagger Brodie cross the main office space. Poppy Amore loved her job waitressing at Good Ol' Days Family Restaurant. No one could ask for a better working environment. The free online library containing 500000+ books.

Marcia Lynn McClure's intoxicating succession of novels, novellas, and e-books-including The Visions of Ransom Lake, A Crimson Frost, The Pirate Ruse, and Kissing Cousins-has established her as one of the most favored and engaging authors of true romance. Her unprecedented forte in weaving captivating stories of western, medieval, regency, and contemporary amour void of brusque intimacy has earned her the title "The Queen of Kissing. Marcia, who was born in Albuquerque, New Mexico, has spent her life intrigued with people, history, love, and romance.

Kissing Cousins book. Another beautifully swoon-worthy book by Marcia Lynn McClure. She is the queen of clean romantic chemistry.

Distractions Ink, 2013.

Poppy Amore loved her job waitressing at Good Ol' Days Family Restaurant. Distractions Ink, 2013. 0982782683, 9780982782682.

by Marcia Lynn McClure.

Food, music, ing at Dempsey’s party Saturday night was incredible. Nearly twenty people had joined Dempsey for the evening, and it was obvious everyone was having a good time t of all, Dempsey was so . Nearly twenty people had joined Dempsey for the evening, and it was obvious everyone was having a good time t of all, Dempsey was so unusually attentive to Danielle that Danielle fairly beamed the whole night. Maybe he’s finally decided to just man up and go for it, Vance whispered as he and Boston sat on one of Dempsey’s sofas watching Dempsey and Danielle sitting on the floor in front of the massive fireplace, laughing together over pictures in a photo album.

Poppy Amore loved her job waitressing at Good Ol' Days Family Restaurant. No one could ask for a better working environment. After all, her best friend Whitney worked there, and her boss, restaurant owner Mr. Dexter, was a kind, understanding, grandfatherly sort of man. Furthermore, the job allowed Poppy to linger in the company of Mr. Dexter's grandson Swaggart Moretti-the handsome and charismatic head cook at Good Ol' Days. Secretly, Swaggart was far more to Poppy than just a man who was easy to look at. In truth, she had harbored a secret crush on him for years-since her freshman year in high school, in fact. And although the memory of her feelings-even the lingering truth of them-haunted Poppy the way a veiled, unrequited love always haunts a heart, she had learned to simply find joy in possessing a hidden, anonymous delight in merely being associated with Swaggart. Still, Poppy had begun to wonder if her heart would ever let go of Swaggart Moretti-if any other man in the world could ever turn her head. When the dazzling, uber-fashionable Mark Lawson appeared one night at Good Ol' Days, however, Poppy began to believe that perhaps her attention and her heart would be distracted from Swaggart at last. Mark Lawson was every girl's fantasy-tall, uniquely handsome, financially well-off, and as charming as any prince ever to appear in fairy tales. He was kind, considerate, and, Poppy would find, a true, old-fashioned champion. Thus, Poppy Amore willingly allowed her heart and mind to follow Mark Lawson-to attempt to abandon the past and an unrequited love and begin to move on. But all the world knows that real love is not so easily put off, and Poppy began to wonder if even a man so wonderful as Mark Lawson could truly drive Swaggart Moretti from her heart. Would Poppy Amore miss her one chance at happiness, all for the sake of an unfulfilled adolescent's dream?
I've read this one before, but in honor of the Swoon Fest going on, I decided to re-read it--it's been a few years. As I started reading, I remembered why I hated this book: There are two great guys in it that Poppy has to choose between, but of course, one is better and the other is best. I don't really hate it--I actually loved every minute of it. This line pretty much sums it up, "Again, Poppy was struck by the feeling she was standing with apple pie in one hand and peach pie in the other." What a tough choice!

Poppy is a sweet girl who has forever been secretly crushing on her best friend's cousin, Swaggart. In fact, making out with kissing him is on the top of her years old Dreams to Do list. When Mark comes in to the restaurant and rescues her from a very nasty customer, how could she help but wonder if he's the man to help her get over Swaggart?

Swaggart is a manly man. He is content to follow his dreams and not do things to please the world. He's a cook/manager at his grandpa's restaurant, Good Ol' Days, and is very happy to be working there. He truly enjoys what he does, even though he could be some big corporate man.

I loved watching the story unfold, especially seeing Poppy realizing her heart's true desire. I loved the setting--the restaurant is a throw back to easier times and has a very feel-good atmosphere. Poppy and Whitney have such a great friendship and are a great support to each other. My favorite, of course, is the good, ol', clean romance. It's all about the kissing!

language: none that I recall
violence: none
romance: romantic kissing, clean for an older reader.
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I was discussing this book with a couple friends and I just had to read it again. I hadn't realized I'd only read it once before, crazy! I remember being a little scared off by the title (who wants to read about cousins kissing???), but it makes sense in this story (and don't worry, they aren't related!). I really fell in love with this one. I really enjoyed the setting, I kept picturing that cute restaurant from the movie Return to Me (even though this place wasn't Italian...) with the fun atmosphere and fun people to work with. Not to mention yummy food and a yummy chef!

I also liked that this one had a little more conflict in it than some of McClures other books. Our heroine actually has two hotties to chose from. Mark, the successful business man and Swaggart, the charming head chef. Knowing McClure, I guess who the "winner" would be based on their name, but it was still fun to watch the story unfold. I liked that Poppy had a choice and had to decide who she would be with. Made it a little more believable to me. Sometimes it drives me nuts when they fall for the first guy to come along, you know? I liked the relationship between Swaggart and Poppy, how they had a solid friendship to build on. I also liked Mark, his flaws were pretty minor and probably wouldn't bother someone else. He was sweet and nice.

I loved the setting and side characters, it'd be fun to have a book about Amore, I'd love to reunite with these characters.

There is something addicting about Marcia's books, once you start reading them you want to read them all.

Romance: Clean, yummy kissing
Language: None that I remember
Another beautifully swoon-worthy book by Marcia Lynn McClure. She is the queen of clean romantic chemistry. Love it!

Poppy was cute and sweet with a long-time crush on Swaggart, the head cook, where she waitressed. I loved the whole scene of the Good Ol' Days restaurant, fun and homey. Just the name Swaggart made me picture a ruggedly handsome guy which turned out to be the perfect description of Swaggart Moretti.

Don't worry Kissing Cousins isn't about actual cousins kissing. :) Poppy's best friend Whitney was Swaggart's cousin, and Poppy had a cousin Whitney was interested in so they had made goals to kiss each other's cousins when they were in high school.

Kissing Cousins was such a fun and cute romantic read. I loved it!!! If you love contemporary clean romance you'll LOVE this book.

Content Ratings:
sexual: mild
language: none
violence: none
This book is very cute! It is just what I needed this week! I think it is in my top five favorites from Mrs. Marcia Lynn! This is not my first time reading it and I'm sure it won't be my last. At first I wouldn't read it because of the title, in fact I had read almost all of Marcia's other books before I read this one I didn't realize what I was missing. Once I found out why it's called Kissing Cousins it made me giggle. It's cute, I think I may have even liked it more the second time! It's light, fun, sweet, clean and had some swoon worthy moments that I loved!
As always Marcia has some of the most romantic kisses! I still prefer her non modern stories better as I feel they are much better done. However, dispite being different from some of her bestsellers it is still worth the read.
Sometimes Marcia writes some somewhat silly stories but this one is more realistic and could have happened back in my day.
Loved all the characters and the setting in the dinner was so fitting.
The Star-Crossed events between the H & h were so sweet and the HEA was a wonderful ending!
With a name like Swaggart, you do think of a swagger, but I also thought of Jimmy Swaggart too (I think he was some kind of evangelist) so that would confound the image in my head of this hunky hero.
But, typical Marcia. Sweet, cute, old-fashioned-type romance between a good girl and a good guy, but enough drama and uncertainty to keep it interesting and, as always, clean.
I liked the secondary "boyfriend" character to add to the mix to confound Poppy's feelings. I grew impatient as I read, anxiously awaiting Swaggart and Poppy to become a couple--SPOILER: they do and they live happily ever-after!