Kisses after Dark is a New York Times and USA Today best seller. She's avoided men all her life. Growing up with an abusive father, Katie Lawry learned a thing or two about men and has made a conscious choice to stay far away from them. Until the day of her brother Owen's wedding when she's rescued from nearly drowning by Shane McCarthy. With everyone who matters to Katie assuring her that Shane is one of the good guys, she feels safe to give in to the attraction that simmers between them. Katie has waited a long time to take a chance on love, but is Shane the right guy for her? He's ready to move on. More than two years after a painful divorce, Shane has a life on Gansett Island that makes sense to him. With his father, sister and beloved baby nephew living close by and a job that he enjoys, Shane is content if not entirely happy. One thing he knows for sure is he's tired of living in the past. Spending time with sweet, sensitive, sexy Katie Lawry makes him feel hopeful, and he might be ready to risk his heart again. Surrounded by the Gansett Island community, Shane and Katie take an important step forward together, but is their new relationship strong enough to withstand an unexpected challenge?
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Great follow up
Horrible Story Line and Even Worse Narrator
If it had had a different narrator and did not have a story line that was so snappy and unrealistic yet in a very predictable way. I love this series but absolutely hated this book.
I'll read the next book in the series because I love the characters but this book really turned me off. I had a very hard time finishing it.
The narrator was too flat, too sappy, sounded like her tongue was paralyzed when she was speaking as a male and I couldn't tell who was talking.
Extreme disappointment. I started this book last year and couldn't get past chapter 7 because I hated the narrator's voice. Decided to finish it so that I could move on to the next in the series. The narrator was as awful as I remembered. The story line was awful. I should have just read the synopsis and returned the audio book.
- Amazon Customer "Kathy"