Book: Kiss and Kin
Author: Kinsey Holley
Ratings: Five Stars
It’s always a surprise finding that the book you’ve picked up is startling good, so good in fact that you curl up just a bit more, sigh at all the great parts, gasp at thrilling ones. And when you are done, you pretty much have to gush to everyone about it. Kiss and Kin is just that kind of book. In fact, it’s the first book I’ve read in a long time where the dialogue is so uncannily authentic, I swear she was channeling my best friends!
In Kiss and Kin, Holley’s focus is all about the relationship between its two main characters: Taran is a werewolf and Lark is human. If that weren’t the only thing preventing their union, there is the further complication of the two of them having a distant non-blood tie which makes Lark believe that Taran only sees her as a little sister-and trust me, she definitely doesn’t want to be his little sister!
When Lark is almost kidnapped and her assailants are tagged as belonging to a crime syndicate that specializes in gambling, drugs and human trafficking, Taran has to step up to the plate and reveal how he feels about Lark…and reveal a secret about the tie between the two of them. As a police detective, Taran is bent on protecting Lark at all costs but is also leading the investigation against the thugs who have now tagged her as a witness.
Kiss and Kin was a sinfully delicious read and I am definitely looking forward to seeing more of Miss Holley, especially where a certain Houston alpha is concerned. Please give us a sequel featuring hot and hunky Nick Wargman! (already licking my chops for that one!)
A Fiendishly Bookish Review