Frankie is finally figuring out what
she wants to do with her life. She loves living on Sunshine
Key, and now she is the Key’s own private investigator. Now
all she needs is taking on her first important case. She
has a fast timetable with a huge bonus as a possibility if
she meets the timetable and Simon is acting as her
If only Simon wasn’t so infuriating.
Ok well it is more that she has had a crush on him, like
most women who come in contact with him, for years. And he
happens to be her best friend’s brother.
The main problem seems to be that Simon
didn’t realize that Frankie is now an adult and not the
little pest that ran around with his sister. Well and that
he has a love ‘em and leave ‘em reputation that Frankie
refuses to be a part of. Now suddenly Frankie is looking
for the boy from her past, which she had a huge crush on.
Will Simon realize what is before his eyes before it is too
late? And if so can he convince Frankie that he is a
I recommend reading The Kissing
Game the same way I did, in the Florida Keys next to
the ocean on a sunny day. Reading it this way I could
imagine that I might just see Frankie or Simon walking by.
This is the second story in the Sunrise Key Trilogy
and just as fun as the first one. I love how these two
characters interact as well as how they each try to protect
their hearts to the point they may lose the one thing they
really want, love. As with most everything Ms. Brockmann
writes I think The Kissing Game is a winner.
Note: This series was originally
published by Loveswept, these books are reprints.