Second Kiss

  • by Chelsea M. Cameron
  • Narrated by Ramona Master
  • 2 hrs and 11 mins
  • Unabridged Audiobook

Publisher's Summary

Daisy Grace Webber's life hasn't exactly turned out how she thought it would. She didn't think she'd drop out of college and come back to the small town she grew up in. To be fair, she didn't think her love of baking would turn into a job at the Violet Hill Cafe either, but it did.
Something else she didn't expect was for Molly Madison to walk back into her life, eight years after she moved away. They'd been best friends forever, or so she'd thought. But Molly is back in town and she's looking...really good, actually. And that reminds Daisy of that one time at a sleepover when they'd kissed during a game of Spin the Bottle. That one kiss has been on her mind since then, but it's irrelevant. Molly isn't into girls.
But as Daisy and Molly spend more time together, feelings start to grow, and Daisy is wondering just how "straight" Molly really is...

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cute short novella

I was voluntarily provided this review copy audiobook at no charge by the author, publisher, and/or narrator.

Second Kiss is a very cute romance about two best friends who rekindle their friendship after haven't seeing each other in years. Through their years apart they both discovered they are lesbians. When Molly walks into Daisy's job she's doesn't know how to feel. Daisy was definitely hurt when she left, but she also realizes how she felt for Molly all those years ago.

I liked that Daisy and Molly always had feelings for one another, but didn't know what it meant when they were kids. They share their experiences of coming out to their families and the events that led to them discovering they were lesbians.

I think I definitely liked the narrator, Ramona Masters better listening to this book. There always seems to be drawl when she narrates making it appear that the character has an accent. It does not take away from the story though.
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- Nina DuBois

More please

Enjoyed this book from beginning to end. Nicely paced and interesting story though a little predictable. Wish the characters would've been a little more fleshed out but what we got was good. Could've been longer for sure.
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- Amazon Customer

Book Details

  • Release Date: 06-29-2017
  • Publisher: Chelsea M. Cameron