- Paperback: 272 pages
- Publisher: Sweetwater Books (8 Dec 2011)
- Language English
- ISBN-10: 1599559366
- ISBN-13: 978-1599559360
The Kissing Tree made me actually swoon out loud. Tad embarrassing when you’re on a train!
Five years ago, Georgiana McLaughlin left with her mother and brothers to visit with their aunt in
. No one told her they wouldn’t
be returning to her childhood home in New York City .
Georgiana left behind not just the rest of her family, but her two best
friends, Samantha and Ridge. Right before she left, Georgiana stole a kiss from
Ridge…one neither of them forgot. Colorado
But now Georgiana has returned, and Ridge isn’t the boy she remembered…he has grown into a strong and handsome man who still retains his boyish teasing nature. Feelings that never really went away suddenly flare to life for both Ridge and Georgiana, but things are different than they were before. Both are older, less sure of their actions. Not to mention the rich and handsome
Georgiana left behind in .
The Kissing Tree was the kind of book that lingered with me whenever I wasn’t reading it. It was achingly romantic and laugh-out-loud funny. I adored the banter between Georgiana and Ridge, and how Georgiana more than handled the men on her grandfather’s ranch.
This novel is not just a romance one – it is about family and commitments, and the difficult choice between following your heart or your head. A sure pleaser for anyone who adores romance, comedy or historical fiction. An author to watch.