When lost and living in the moment…can you be found with just a kiss?
Jamie Hartley ran away, leaving grief and heartache behind. Lost on her own. Raising a child. Her plan is simple. Make it through. Find her path. Survive.
Eric Anderson walked away, abandoning plans and expectations. Living day to day. Waiting for miracles. His goal is complicated. Make it through. Find a way. Endure.
In stolen moments of passion and pleasure, Jamie and Eric find reprieve from their complex lives.
Together, they eases the burdens. Together, they soothe the pain.
But can they recognize the future when it finds them?
Here and now.
I received this ARC from IndieSagePR in exchange for an honest review…
Complex Kisses is the perfect beginning to a very promising writing career for author Kim Bailey! I absolutely adored this beautifully written story and was completely satisfied from the very beginning to the very end. As I have mentioned in previous reviews I am a huge supporter of debut authors. Whenever I start reading a new book from a new author I always go in with an open mind no matter what the number of negative reviews are because I believe that all authors deserve a second chance. This book did not disappoint and I can’t wait to see what the author comes up with next. If you are looking for the ideal weekend read and are willing to give this extraordinary debut author a chance then pick up a copy for only $0.99!
I don’t want to give anything about this book away, but I will you leave you with this GIF that I think perfectly summarizes Jamie and Eric’s intense romance. I’d love to hear from you all so after reading the book let me know what you think about the story below in the comment section!
About Kim Bailey
Kim Bailey is a Canadian author. She’s a born procrastinator and sarcasm junkie. She gets her motivation from coffee, the fact that her teenage children haven’t disowned her, and the smile on her husband’s face when she tells him “maybe.”
When she was young and naïve, Kim dreamed of being a documentary filmmaker, and script writer. But when real life happened, she went to a job that actually paid her. Now she’s a customer support specialist by day and romance writer by night.
Writing is something she’s always done – she has about 20 million half-started story ideas. She may also be a slight exaggerator.
Kim promised herself to set her fears aside and make the dream real. She’s working on that, one day at a time.