Review: Every Little Kiss by Kendra Leigh Castle

Event planner Emma Henry is used to focusing all her attention on reaching her goals and letting romance fall by the wayside. But when her sister Sam’s bachelorette party prompts the most tightly-wound Henry to let her hair down, Emma’s night ends with the entire town linking her to a man who could lay waste to anyone’s best-laid plans.

Army vet Seth Andersen thought that joining the police department in sleepy Harvest Cove would offer a quiet, normal life. But when he finds himself responsible for uptight Emma Henry at the end of her wildest night ever, his world turns unexpectedly complicated—and he’s surprised to discover he doesn’t mind at all…
The second book in Castle's Harvest Cove was such a fun book to read. I promised I was going to read this book in one of my #featurefriday posts and I'm happy to say it happened. 

I totally understood poor Emma. She felt such pressure to be the best and to keep her family together. She felt like everyone was judging them all and some were, but others just loved them. Poor Emma was a little tunneled vision when it came to how people saw her family. She also put too much importance on other's feels. She needed to lighten up! 

In walks, Seth and that gave her a reason to relax and enjoy. 

I really liked Seth. He's such a sweet guy that is so nice. He's the type of hero that gives off great daddy vibes without having kids. He is so sweet when he takes care of Emma. You can't help but have warm feelings. 

Emma takes a bit to learn to relax and live a little. She spent so much of her young life worrying about what others thought and keep her family together emotionally that she didn't learn how to live herself until Seth walks into her life. Even then she fights how she feels. At times I wanted to yell at the book for her to get a clue. 

It might have taken Emma a bit to figure out what she wanted and should have but when she did she went for it with gusto. These two together are so sweet. I really like them as a couple. They are perfect for each other. They balance each other and Seth is good for her because she's willing to do more because of him. I'm hoping to read another book in the series soon. Any of you read her?



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