A Kiss in the Wind By Jennifer Bray-Weber
Reviewer: Luta Wolf
Page Count: 325
Genre: Historical Romance, Pirates
Sometimes a woman’s got to do what a woman’s got to do and take fate into her own hands. So that might land Marisol in the hands of a charming rouge of a pirate but time will only tell if that’s a good thing or a bad thing. At the start of the journey Blade thinks his luck is looking up but the more he is in close proximity to Marisol the more he thinks that might be an uncertainty.
There was so much that I liked about this book. For starters how about the fact that it is actually a book, it wasn‘t a story that I was just calling a book. There is well over three hundred pages, I might have actually thrown a hand pump in the air and done a little jig. It was amazingly refreshing to finally read something with substance again.
The plot flowed! I was able to completely lose myself into the story line just as I would with a big screen movie and with the all the detail, that’s what it felt like. I truly felt as though I was watching a movie play before my eyes rather than just reading something, I was lost into this other world and taken away for a bit.
A Kiss in the Wind is truly a high energy book that I had a blast reading, can’t wait to read the next in series!