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Tuesday, April 7, 2015
Review of "Kisses to Die For"
Sultry tale of twenty-four year old virgin Angelica (Angel) Collins who buys a dilapidated, haunted Victorian mansion and carriage house which she plans to turn into a cafe. On a cold winter's night she meets a handsome local cop, Tom McLean who insists she spend the night with him. Since the mansion has no heat or door locks and the Chocolate Kiss killer is on the prowl, Angel reluctantly agrees. With a single passionate kiss, McLean enkindles Angel's cravings. The stage is now set for Alan to introduce the characters that both help and challenge Angel with her plans. Romance and murder build the novel's intensity to it's ultimate climax. The smooth, rhythmic prose will not let you set this book aside. 5 Stars