Finalist, Booksellers’ Best Awards for Best Traditional Romance of 2005
“A feel-good romance with an imaginative and innovative story line, this book is definitely not one to miss.” — Romance Junkies
““What a great read…with a home-is-where-the-heart-is feel that has to touch a true romantic at heart!” — Writer’s Unlimited
“Top Pick! With engaging leads and sparkling wit, The Marine’s Kiss is a winner.” — Romantic Times Book Club, August 2005
“What a great read…with a home-is-where-the-heart-is feel that has to touch a true romantic at heart…” — Military Romance
“This one is cute and sweet, just right for a quick, light read at the end of this very hot summer.” — Elizabeth Darrach, Bella Online
The Marine’s Kiss
The children have this tough soldier wrapped around their little fingers. It’s obvious the children hang on his every word. What more could a woman…er, a teacher, ask for?
Nate’s knack for downplaying his heroic past makes him even more fascinating for the children–and their teacher. It’s clear that he’s nearly healed, but Nate continues to keep his thoughts and feelings to himself. Perhaps he needs after-school tutoring and a little TLC?
What’s a woman got to do to get one little kiss? Maybe after the tutoring sessions…