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Monday, May 21

Review: Kiss and Make Up by Faye Robertson

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Title: Kiss and Make Up

By: Faye Robertson

Publisher: Entangled Publishing Feb 14th, 2012

My Copy: Ebook review copy

BookWhisperer Rating:

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About the book:

The Opportunity of a Lifetime…
Makeup artist Tabby Rogers is thrilled to land a job on a New Zealand movie set with lots of perks, including getting her hands on sexy Kiwi stunt man, Eli Black.
The sexual electricity zapping between them can't be denied, but neither of them is in a position to handle happily-ever-after. Eli’s jetting off to Hollywood, Tabby’s next assignment is in the UK. But there’s nothing wrong with a short-term fling, right?
Except as the sparks burn hotter and responsibilities pull at them from opposite ends of the globe, it quickly becomes clear that something’s gotta give. Must Tabby sacrifice her hard-won career for love? Or will Eli forever be the one that got away

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Things are looking (somewhat) up for Tabby Rogers when she lands a job in New Zealand as a make up artist on a movie set; a movie set that includes the handsome Eli Black as the stunt man. Problem is, he doesn’t date anyone on the set and after the director calls “It’s a wrap!” they will move to the opposite side of the world. But that doesn’t stop the spark to flare between them. So what is a girl to do when Eli sets his beautiful eyes on her and suggests a “relationship” until filming is over? You take it of course, but what do you do after it is a wrap?

Okay, I admit it, the guy on the cover of the book is what made me decide to read “Kiss and Make Up.” I’m not ashamed to admit that! “Kiss and Make Up” was something I devoured in a day and I enjoyed the relationship between Tabbs and Eli. Both are attracted to each other from the start and can’t help but be pulled towards each other. Their scenes together show that their relationship is becoming more than just a fling, but how can it when Tabbs is moving to London and Eli is moving to L.A. after filming? You’ll just have to read the book to find out how the author zips you through their family’s problems, their promises to themselves, and their love for each other.

~BookWhisperer Reviewer MC~

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