Thursday, April 14, 2011

KYLIE'S KISS by Delia Latham




Kylie Matthews has felt inferior her whole life. With her beauty queen mom and her beautiful actress sister always pointing out her flaws it was hard not to feel that way. On a dare she makes an appointment with Solomon's Gate. On the way there she has a fender bender with an exceptionally handsome guy named Rick Dale. Destiny (owner of Solomon's Gate) has a feeling that Rick and Kylie should meet. (not realizing they already had). When they finally do have their 'agency' date they have a wonderful time. Rick is everything Kylie could ever want in a man and Rick is very drawn to Kylie. He wants Kylie to help him with his Ranch where women who have facial disfigurements can go for therapy. But Kylie has a bad reaction when she sees any kind of facial disfigurement. How will she ever be able to help Rick with her phobia and then there is Rick's sweet daughter who has scaring on her face from being in a fire. Kylie just knows that a relationship with Rick is impossible or will she learn that with God all things are possible?

I thoroughly enjoyed Kylie's Kiss, the second installment of the Solomon's Gate Series. I really liked getting to know our lead couple and loved that we got to see Destiny, Clay, Julie and CJ again as well. This story had a such a nice flow to it and was very romantic. There was a history of conflict between Kylie and her sister, Shay, but when Shay returned home I appreciated the way she handled Kylie and stood up for her. Rick was a great hero! The way he was not only with Kylie but also his sweet daughter just made my heart beat a little faster. I really felt for Kylie. She was such a sweet woman but had such a poor self image. It really makes you realize how powerful our words can be and how careful we should be with the things we say. Some parts of the story were very touching and some gave me a good chuckle. Like the name of the doctor that treats Kylie after her accident. You'll have to read the story to find out what it is! You could read this as a stand alone but reading the first book really brings it together nicely. If you've already read Destiny's Dream then you will definitely want to read Kylie's Kiss. It's my favorite of the two. Looking forward to Gypsy's Game. A thank you goes to the author for providing me with this complimentary copy for my review.

1 comment:

Delia Latham said...

Sherry, thank you so much for taking time to read Kylie's Kiss - and for such a positive review. I'm thrilled that you enjoyed Kylie's story (which will be available April 29).

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