Jillions of Book Reviews

Review: Kiss Me Tenderly

I enjoyed Penelope’s character in Kiss Me Tenderly. She was strong and independent despite the challenges she faced. It took me a while to warm up to Sebastian, but he ended up being a good fit for her in the end. The story had good pacing and liked the tension between the characters. This was my first book by this author and I will definitely be picking up some of Doe’s other books.



Sebastian Black. The broody bad boy. The rockstar God with the most haunting voice I’ve ever heard. And, starting now, my next-door neighbor.

I never thought I’d bump into my teenage crush on campus, but when it happens, any childish illusions I had about him are erased with a few harsh words. I don’t expect to run into him again, but I’m wrong.

He’s at Blairwood to stay, and not just that, he wants me.

Sebastian claims he lost his muse, and I’m the only one who can bring it back, but I want nothing to do with the arrogant man.

That is until he proposes me a deal.

He’ll help me with my bucket list if I play my piano for him. The request is outrageous, but the more I think about it, the harder it is to find reasons to say no.

As we spend time together, I get to know the man hiding beneath the jaded exterior, and suddenly my crush doesn’t seem so childish after all. But there is no way that the world-famous rockstar will fall for a small-town girl like me…

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