Sharon’s review & blog tour ~ Sealed With A Kiss by Erin Nicholas

Posted October 20, 2021 by Sharon in Mainstream, Reviews, Sharon/Slick / 0 Comments

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Sharon’s review & blog tour ~ Sealed With A Kiss by Erin Nicholasby Erin Nicholas
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4.5 Stars

A smart, sexy, feel-good romance filled with family, food, and of course animals of every sort, Sealed With a Kiss was an amazing addition to this already fantastic series. ~ Sharon – Simply Love Book Reviews

    He loves the limelight and she likes the quiet life, but the more time they spend together those lines are blurred as are the lines of their friendship. Child star Naomi LeClaire has spent the last decade trying to erase her Zoey At The Zoo fame, but when wildlife rehabilitation expert Donovan Foster came to town 8 months ago, she’s had a hard time not being fascinated by him. When they are caught on camera in a private moment and offered a possible television show about rehabilitating animals right in her hometown, it seems like the perfect thing to keep Donovan happy and in town, but not everything is smooth sailing and soon both Naomi and Donavan realize they’ve changed and that’s not a bad thing, because even when they disagree they still have each other.  A smart, sexy, feel-good romance filled with family, food, and of course animals of every sort, Sealed With a Kiss was an amazing addition to this already fantastic series. I have loved Donovan since he showed up in Autre, Louisiana to visit his brother but it was also obvious he was looking for something more in his life. It was no surprise he got caught up in the Boys of the Bayou Gone Wild animal park because if there’s one thing that’s sure in his life it’s his love of animals of all kinds. He’s begun to realize he’s feeling more and more at home and he’s not sure how that makes him feel. As someone who has chased his dream all over the world at first Autre felt a big small, but being surrounded by a big, boisterous, crazy family Donovan has had to admit it doesn’t suck especially when he gets to spend time around Naomi even when she seems displeased about the risks he takes. Naomi put her Hollywood life completely behind her and the people of the town has made sure it stayed that way, but with Donovan in town she’s beginning to see how powerful it can be to educate people on injured wildlife and rehabilitation and a way for her to keep close to Donovan. I loved how she tuned in to the fact that Donovan craved connection and family and how much he needed someone to care about him. The steam rolling off the bayou on a humid, summer day has nothing on the heat between these two. Whew, I need a cool drink and a fan when these two are together and I loved that. They had such a connection and while I think part of it was a love of animals despite their interactions being very different, part of it was they were both a bit lost in their own way and when together the felt safe and whole.  There was a mutual respect and a lot of emotion between them as well making this a very well rounded romance. I loved that there was a crossover with some of the characters from the Hot Cakes series which made this story all the sweeter.  Add in the Ellie wisdom and it was pretty much perfect. While I usually love pet names and I did love Naomi’s pet name for Donovan (Wild Thing), his for her (Goddess) just didn’t work and that is nothing against Ms. Nicholas because I know she doesn’t read as much as I do but that pet name has been so used and abused this year that now when I hear it, I can’t stand it. I also felt like the building of their relationship got a bit lost in everything going on in this book; it was a super busy book and while I loved the way they helped with the hurricane something that is so important in the area this series is set, and they rescuing of animals, and the proposed reality show, for me it was just a bit too much. I wanted more time just between them, but perhaps that’s just me being a greedy reader. I loved Sealed With A Kiss and I especially loved the added diversity to this series. Good times and bad, everything is better with friends and family by your side and this series shows that over and over.  

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4.5 Stars

About Erin Nicholas

Erin Nicholas is the New York Times and USA Today bestselling author of over thirty sexy contemporary romances. Her stories have been described as toe-curling, enchanting, steamy and fun. She loves to write about reluctant heroes, imperfect heroines and happily ever afters. She lives in the Midwest with her husband who only wants to read the sex scenes in her books, her kids who will never read the sex scenes in her books, and family and friends who say they’re shocked by the sex scenes in her books (yeah, right!).

Posted October 20, 2021 by Sharon in Mainstream, Reviews, Sharon/Slick / 0 Comments