Sunday, February 18, 2018
The Secret of A Kiss by Kimberley Montpetit
Linden Adair is a talented makeup artist on the New York Broadway show, Phantom of the Opera, creating the hideous scar for the actor who plays the phantom every night. But nobody knows the deep scar Linden carries after the divorce from her husband, Mark Denly- who is the famous director of Phantom. Why didn't somebody ever tell her that marrying your director was a bad idea, especially when he has a wandering eye?
Desperate to get away after enduring several years of heartache, Linden takes a cross-country trip to visit her best friend in Seattle. While driving on a deserted stretch of highway late at night, she hits a deer and crashes the rental car into a gully outside of Snow Valley, Montana. A devastatingly handsome stranger with a tow truck rescues Linden and her smashed vehicle, but when she catches sight of him in the light, she's shocked. Anton Baldwin possess a terrible scar on his face-just like the phantom she created every night at the theater.
But Anton is hiding more than the truth behind his scar, and during a whirlwind week while being recruited for a television show being filmed in Snow Valley, the secrets of the enigmatic man turn her world upside down. When Anton helps Linden open up to the world around her, Linden wonders if the small town of Snow Valley might hold the magic she needs to heal the scars on her broken heart.
Oh the cute little town of Snow Valley returns and once again this Snow Valley book did not disappoint. I love the cover...it is perfect for this book! Everyone has been through trial and heartache and I love that this book brought two people from different worlds together to help and heal each other. If it weren't for the accident Linden had outside of the town of Snow Valley she would have never met Anton. After their first meeting and some walls were broken down I loved the connection between Linden and Anton. They had quite the chemistry and shared some steamy kisses. I loved how the Phantom of the Opera was intertwined through out the book. It was well written and kept you engaged the whole time as it moved along quickly. Love it!