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Throwback Thursday Apr 28

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Throwback Thursday

Another Thursday meme of mine so that I can post some Old Reviews.

Here is 3-ish book reviews for the Sunrise Keys trilogy by Suzanne Brockmann.


Kiss and Tell by Susanne Brockmann

Kiss and Tell, Sunrise Keys book 1

4 out of 5 Stars β˜…

Read and reviewed in June 2013.

I’ve read a lot of Suzanne’s older works and love them. This is about 3.5 stars rounded up to 4. It’s predictable and a little outdated. Marshall Devlin is a very likeable hero. I liked Leila Hunt just at times she can be so annoying. There constant fighting is a bit overboard. I thought it was only just cute that Marshall helped Leila find her New-Years-Kiss-Ninja.

This is a typical Suzanne story.Β I don’t think I’ll continue reading this series though. In Kiss and Tell, there’s a taste of Simon Hunt and Leila’s bff Frankie’s budding romance.

This is a nice breath away from Suzanne’s Sharpshooters and Navy Seals. It’s a perfect quick read for hopeless romantics (like myself).


The Kissing Game by Susanne Brockmann

Kissing Game, Sunrise Keys, Book 2.

3 out of 5 Stars β˜…

Read and Reviewed in September 2013.

The second book of the Sunrise Keys series. I read the first (Kiss and Tell) and liked the characters. Simon Hunt and Francine “Frankie” Paresky were in the first book and I liked them as well as Simon’s sister Leila Hunt and his best friend Marshall Devlin. These characters I really enjoyed reading about. I think Kissing Game was a little better though because it had a little more to the plot. Also learning about the other people on Sunrise Keys through Frankie’s point of view (who seemed to know everyone) was a nice touch.

Frankie can be a little melodramatic emotionally sometimes. Other than that I did like her. Simon I really really liked. Small SPOILER – I loved the journal/ proposal of his at the end. Very romantic stuff. End Spoiler

Overall I think this was a good romance book by Suzanne Brockmann. I’ve enjoyed reading the two Kiss books (first two books in Sunrise Keys series). I’m not sure if I’ll continue with the series. And not much is mentioned in the first two books of Preston Seaholm (hero for book 3). But I do like Brockmann, so I might read book 3.


Otherwise Engaged by Susanne Brockmann

Otherwise Engaged, Sunrise Keys book 3.

2 out of 5 Eye Rolls.

Read and Reviewed in August 2014.

Just an ok read. The other two books in the series that I read (Kiss and Tell being my favorite) are better. Engaged was just too predictable and clichΓ©.

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