Book Review

Sunny Shelly’s Review: Kiss and Don’t Tell, by Meghan Quinn


KISS AND DON’T TELL by Meghan Quinn



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Five hockey players, a cabin in the woods . . . and little old me, Winnie Berlin.

Sounds like the start of a fantasy, right? But it’s not. It’s my reality.

It all started when I got lost in the middle of the Canadian Rockies. A wicked thunderstorm sent my car mud sliding into a ditch and for a girl whose survival skills involve finding the nearest Starbucks, I was in deep trouble.

Forced to abandon my car in search of help, I stumbled upon a cabin in the middle of nowhere. Soaking wet, irritated, and in desperate need of a hot shower, I knocked on the door for help only to be greeted by five boisterous, burly, and insanely attractive men.

Not just men.

Professional hockey players.

I hit the motherload of fantasies, right? Wrong.

Because as it turns out, one of them is my ex-boyfriend’s half-brother. And when I end up crashing in their spare bedroom for the night, things take a very unexpected turn.

I’m not sure any amount of survival skills can protect my heart from Vancouver Agitators star goalie, Pacey Lawes. But as long as we kiss and don’t tell, maybe everything will be okay . . .

Sunny Shelly’s Review: 5 Stars

Pacey is mine!

Kiss and Don’t Tell was all kinds of swoony fun. Pacey and Winnie’s story is full of so much heart and heat and all the swoon! The way Winnie stumbles into a luxury cabin full of five hunking men during a rainstorm could be the start of a horror film, but this ends up being more of a sweet Hallmark movie by the time she and Pacey fall head over heels in love with one another in just a matter of days!

The way their relationship unfolds is so sweet. Winnie has no clue who the guys are, which makes Pacey like her even more. They are both kind of hesitant to get involved, but clearly want each other desperately. And Pacey knows that he should tell Winnie about his half brother (whom he barely knows) once he figures it out, but he’s afraid she won’t give him a fair shot if she knew the truth. When the truth comes out, things blow up spectacularly, but there is a lot of growth in both characters during their weeks apart as Operation Win Winnie Back commences.

Meghan Quinn has started an awesome new series with Kiss and Don’t Tell, and I can’t wait to see what she has planned for Pacey’s other hockey brothers. I didn’t remember at first that Halsey Holmes is the brother of Hayden from One Baby Daddy — and there is such a story there brewing there that I need to know more about! There was a nice wink to MQ’s Brentwood Boys series as well, which I adored.

Overall, Kiss and Don’t Tell was a wonderful, magical, heartwarming instalove story that I will be keeping on my “reread” shelf!

I received an advanced copy and voluntarily left a review.

About the Author:

USA Today Bestselling Author, wife, adoptive mother, and peanut butter lover. Author of romantic comedies and contemporary romance, Meghan Quinn brings readers the perfect combination of heart, humor, and heat in every book.

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