Publisher: Carina Press
Blurb: Margo Gentry's life is perfect. She loves her job as a DJ for Manhattan's only country music station, and she has a great boyfriend who accepts her need to avoid marriage and tolerates her Elvis obsession—even the velvet Elvis painting in their bedroom.
But then it all falls apart. The radio station changes formats and fires all the DJs. Margo's boyfriend decides he wants kids and a house in the suburbs and kicks her to the curb. And to top it all off, her Mom is getting married—for the 11th time!—and expects Margo to be there as maid of honor.
With no job and no place to live, Margo has to bunk on the couch of her best friend, Chris, whose revolving bedroom door has played host to half the women in New York—at least, the ones who pass his "kiss test." Worse, he's insisting she attend her mother's wedding, and he's personally driving her cross-country to ensure she shows up.
Forget about surviving the road trip—can their friendship survive The Kiss Test?
Review: Any of you that follow SR have probably seen me post before that I am a HUGE friends to lovers fan. There is just something about that type of plot that really jives with me :)
I swear there were parts in this story that had me laughing so hard I had tears in my eyes and had to keep my legs crossed to keep from wetting myself :) It's full of ups and downs. Dilemmas and eye opening experiences. All of which were well written and delivered in a manner that pulled the story together and rocked.
Each chapter is named for an Elvis song and I really got a kick out of that. It was like a little tease as to what the chapter was going to be about. All in all it was a great story that let me follow a journey of two friends and discover that sometimes all you have to do is open up and let love in.
The combination between humor and the teasing between Margo and Chris was tangible throughout. Just a really great read :)
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