Sunday, August 27, 2017

The Kiss Thief by Rachelle J. Christensen


As the head librarian of the Echo Ridge Library, Britta Klein thrives on order and categorization. Unfortunately, the old church-turned-library is in desperate need of a renovation. The Harvest Hurrah fundraiser seems to be the answer, but plans keep going awry. With help from Milo Geissler, accomplished musician, piano tuner, and kiss thief, each catastrophe is narrowly avoided. When Milo goes to great lengths to help Britta find a key classic book, she begins to wonder if there is more to life than books and order. Can she allow this man who speaks the language of music to tune her heart to a new song?


I am a fan of the Echo Ridge Anthology books and this is one of the novella's in the Kisses Between the Lines Echo Ridge Anthology. It was released as a stand alone and an epilogue was added to finish it off. I loved that the book was centered around a library in the small town of Echo Ridge. Britta is the librarian and she is trying to save her library by having a fundraiser and events during the towns Harvest Hurrah. Around every corner handsome Milo is there to help her. She made some promises to herself because of her German heritage and getting involved with Milo breaks those promises so she turns him down often. He doesn't give up and she finally agrees to a date with him. I loved the development of the characters and the story. I liked the interaction and chemistry between Britta and Milo. This was a cute, sweet, and clean read. Life may not always turn out how you plan it to but it can turn out better.

Stars: 4

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