Tuesday, August 1, 2017

Kiss Me in the Moonlight by Lindzee Armstrong {Review}

Kiss Me in the Moonlight (A Destined for Love Romance) by Lindzee Armstrong
Kindle Edition, 238 pages
Published June 12th 2017


Kissing her way through Europe wasn’t in the job description…

All Paige wants is to be a professor. Instead, she’s chaperoning hormonal teenagers through Europe as she works on her PhD. All in all, it wouldn’t be too bad a job. Except she has to work with Nick, her obnoxious ex-boyfriend who is more of a child than the high schoolers they’re supposed to take care of.

After the death of his best friend, Nick’s life is in free fall. A summer in Europe seems like the perfect way to deal with his grief. The fact that Paige, the girl he didn’t want to dump, can’t escape his pleas for a second chance only makes the trip all the more sweeter.

When two of their students run off together, Paige and Nick are tasked with tracking down the delinquents before the parents find out they’re gone. But as they race across Europe chasing the teens, one kiss in the moonlight changes everything.  

My Review: 4 Stars

Imagine spending a summer in Europe, chaperoning teenagers, and discovering that one of the last minute chaperones is none other than the man who crushed your heart just a few months earlier. First part of that sentence? Romantic. Second part? Not so much. But Paige and Nick seem to have a magnetic force around them and just can't stay apart, even with the secrets that Nick's holding. He's the type of guy to fall for. There's some swoony, lip-locking chemistry in this book.


I love that there's a nice suspense angle to this sweet romance. It gives the story some meat and intrigue, which makes it all the more engaging. There are hints and implications woven throughout the story that build to a great, swift climax that took me by surprise. I had guessed a few things, but wow--I honestly couldn't see other things coming. 

I loved reading about new locations in Europe through these pages and really enjoyed the relationships that were built. Great characters and a good plot are essential to a successful book and this one definitely has both. I would have loved to see a few hings fleshed out a bit more, but overall, a very entertaining and enjoyable read.

Content: mild romance; mild violence.

*I won a copy in a giveaway, which did not affect my opinion. All thoughts are my own.*


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Books in the Destined for Love: Europe collection
— Desperately Seeking Mr. Right by Sally Johnson
— Meet Me At Sunrise by Lucinda Whitney
—12 Days to Love by Lisa Swinton
— Kiss Me in the Moonlight by Lindzee Armstrong
— Never Trust the Rain by Laura D. Bastian

About the Author:
 Lindzee Armstrong 
Lindzee Armstrong is the USA Today bestselling author of the No Match for Love and Sunset Plains Romance series. She met her match while attending a university, although she was technically in high school at the time. She and Mr. Armstrong became engaged quickly, and fell in love even quicker. He wasn’t a high school student, but still thoughtfully offered to take her to prom in her wedding dress. She declined. Wearing the wedding dress before the Big Day just seemed weird. A few years after getting married, they welcomed twin boys into the world.

Lindzee loves chick flicks, ice cream, and chocolate, like any true romantic. She believes in sigh-worthy kisses and happily ever afters.

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