Loved, loved, loved it. I literally think this may be one of my new favorite books.
RoloPoloBookBlog 5/5 stars
The plot is intricate and twisted, the characters - both good and bad - are easily believable, and the naughty bits are some kind of delicious.
Three estranged brothers.
One runaway girl.
Sweet and sexy Noah soars as Spartans' basketball shooting star. Overly protective, bad boy Nathan has beaten the devil and believes he's invincible. And angry and bitter Jake cannot move past losing his unit in Afghanistan. After suffering personal tragedies, the three brothers barely speak to one another.
River is damaged.
River is dark.
River is sensual and sexy.
When she runs away from her abusive foster home and notorious past, she crash-lands into Noah's arms. She should feel safe with him, but she is attracted to guys more broken than she. And his brooding brothers Nathan and Jake wait patiently to catch her when she falls. Her relationship with each jeopardizes the precarious balance of their troubled family, and she will either mend their wounds or break their hearts.
Psychological romantic suspense, containing explicit sex and covering dark themes. Kiss the Boys is the second book in the Lost Girls Collection. The first book is Blackout (steamy psychological thriller) by Chris Myers. Each of these books is a standalone.