Book Review: Kiss Me If You Can


There are three things you need to know about Nellie Belanger:

She hates apologizing.
She loves exploring her sensuality.
She absolutely does not want a serious relationship with anyone… extra emphasis on “one.”

Which is why no one can ever find out about that one sizzling afternoon she spent in JP Marchand—aka her best friend’s brother’s—bedroom three years ago.

After a chance encounter with her former professor, the semi-reserved and gorgeously attractive Ben, becomes unexpectedly steamy, Nellie thinks she’s in for the summer of a lifetime. But when she offends the wrong person with her joyfully promiscuous attitude, it looks like three years of irritatingly flirty attempts to get her to call him are going to pay off for JP.

At least, until an ill-advised promise backfires and leaves her at odds with the one person who could ruin everything: her increasingly demanding and image-obsessed father.

Kiss Me If You Can is a spicy new adult romance with both best friend’s brother and an age gap involving a teacher. It is part of the If You Can series. These spicy new adult romance novels follow Nellie Belanger, an unapologetically sensual college student, on her journey from bed to bed and features multiple love interests/spicy partners with no love triangles or cheating.

While recommended for maximum enjoyment, the prequel novella The Boy Next Door does not need to be read to enjoy this first book in the series.

My Review

After reading the prequel, I could not wait to read this book. Right away the hilarious lines that Nellie was saying had me laughing. I had to stop reading every time I came across one to read them out loud to my husband. 

It was great to see Anne-Marie again. She always keeps things entertaining. Although, there was a new friend in the mix of Syd. She and Nellie met while in college together. She is a bit more let loose than Anne-Marie. Yet, they balanced each other out when it came to Nellie.

Things between Nellie and Ben were steamy, but I could not fully embrace them as I was waiting for Nellie and JP.  They did not disappoint. I need more of them and to see Anne-Marie's story as well. 


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