Kiss the Girl

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Publisher Description

Savannah James is no stranger to heartache and loss. It wasn't enough to lose two sets of parents, now she's losing the only person she has left. Escorting Cash Coleman back to Magnolia Sound so he can say goodbye to his family is a no brainer if it means she gets to spend whatever time he has left with him. Once he's gone, it's back to her lonely life in Seattle. At least, that's what she thought would happen before she met Cash's family—and his youngest son.

When it comes to his father, Jackson Coleman isn't short on anger. So when the old man comes back to Magnolia Sound to say goodbye, he's determined not to care. But with Cash comes Savannah, and Jackson starts to question everything he's ever thought about his father—like why was he able to be a parent to a friend's daughter when he couldn't even be there for his own sons? As much as Savannah represents everything he resents about Cash, he also can't deny the intense attraction he feels for her.

After a lifetime of being left behind, Savannah finally found the one person she wants to stay. But in order to have a chance at a happily ever after with Jackson, she'll have to fight every instinct she has to not get attached.

August 16
Samantha Chase
Draft2Digital, LLC

Customer Reviews

Jbean168 ,

10 Star Rating!!

She (Ms. Chase) made me cry!! This is a big deal for me because it takes a real lot for me to cry. That’s what makes this a 10 in my book. From the heartbreaking backstory of Cash to Savannah and Jackson’s beautiful romance, this story had me by the heartstrings. This story will stick with me for awhile and I see re-reads in my future.

Cheryl33610 ,

Emotional ending to the series

Wow, I think this is the most emotional story of the series. I’m not usually someone to cries over books…but Samantha Chase really hit my heartstrings this time around.
Savannah and Jackson have a ton of turmoil to Wade through in this finale of the Magnolia Sound series. His deadbeat dad, Cash, is back and he’s not a stranger to Savannah…who connects with Jackson when they first meet. Getting to know a stranger is hard enough, but when there’s so many more connections, sometimes uncomfortable ones, between you, there’s bound to be drama.
Both these characters touched my heart and I thought their journey was a fitting curtain call on this large and (mostly…lol) lovable small town family. Readers are also set to enjoy the author’s new small town family series from glimpses at the Donovan family…and I can’t wait.
It’s sad to be moving on from Magnolia Sound, but the memories and characters will stay in my heart…and on my shelf to be re-read…forever.

Bruin Reviewer ,

Kiss the Girl

What an amazing ending to this series! Cash Coleman returned home hoping to heal his past with his three sons, his ex-wife, and his family, before his death. Savannah James, a young woman he helped in the past with her illnesses and death of her father, accompanied Cash back home because he is all she has left. This is a heartwarming, tearful journey for both of them. Jackson Coleman had just returned from the Marines with a Medical Discharge but he wasn’t ready to reunite with his brothers and mother. A chance meeting in a bar, Savannah and Jackson have an amazing evening, eating, playing darts, and dancing. Neither knew their connection to Cash. They, both, have experiences from their past that hinder moving forward. Their intense attraction and emotional feelings, family connections, heartaches and loss, plus healing from their pasts, makes for a beautiful conclusion to the series. The update of previous characters was welcomed, too! Definitely, 5+Stars!
Fantastic writing, Samantha Chase!

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