Kiss Me Tonight (Kiss Me, #2)
What do a wrong number text, a burning building, and a quirky florist have in common? A hunky firefighter with an extra-large…hosepipe. In hindsight, I never should have opened that text message. The last thing I needed first thing on a Monday was a picture of some stranger’s, um, eggplant, in my inbox. I also should have replaced the batteries in my fire alarm, because my Friday night did not need to end with my apartment building going up in flames. But it’s fine. It’s fine. Everything is fine. I’m only lying in a hospital bed with more split ends than I’ve ever had, almost all my Earthly possessions have turned to ash, and apparently, they don’t serve wine to patients in this place. But like I said, it’s fine. Until he walks in. The guy who saved my life. My hero. Noah Jacobs. And the universe is amusing itself at my expense, because the dirty photo I woke up to on Monday? It’s his.

Kiss Me Tonight (Kiss Me, #2) Details

TitleKiss Me Tonight (Kiss Me, #2)
Author
LanguageEnglish
ReleaseSep 24th, 2019
Rating
GenreRomance, Contemporary, Contemporary Romance

Kiss Me Tonight (Kiss Me, #2) Review

  • Sophie's Reading Corner
    January 1, 1970
    “I’d sent her a picture of my dick. Four days later, I’d saved her life.” Reagan gets a dick pick one day and she starts chatting with the owner until days later her building catches fire and gets saved by a firefighter. What’s the problem though? He’s the owner of said dick pic. “He was the kind of guy who could break my heart – and not just break it but decimate it.” This was my first book by Emma Hart and I am so happy I gave it a chance, even if I hadn’t read the first book in the “I’d sent her a picture of my dick. Four days later, I’d saved her life.” Reagan gets a dick pick one day and she starts chatting with the owner until days later her building catches fire and gets saved by a firefighter. What’s the problem though? He’s the owner of said dick pic. “He was the kind of guy who could break my heart – and not just break it but decimate it.” This was my first book by Emma Hart and I am so happy I gave it a chance, even if I hadn’t read the first book in the series. I loved Reagan and her personality, but also Noah and how their relationship progressed between them. There were moments that I felt like this was an insta love, but on the other hand I also felt like it was rightfully steady and they went with the right state of mind. I really enjoyed her writing and her characters and this will definitely not be the last book I’ll read by her. This was a nice, light, sweet and funny contemporary romance and I definitely recommend it. “She tasted like temptation and the death of all my self – control. She tasted like someone who could be the rest of my fucking life.” ARC provided in exchange for an honest review.
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  • ABookLover73
    January 1, 1970
    Five funny stars for Reagan and Noah 💖💖💖!!!🌟🌟🌟🌟🌟I know that Emma Hart writes romantic comedies that can turn your day from bad one to a happy day where you laugh all the time, but this book was much more!This book stole my attention from the first page and I couldn't take a break from reading because I've really enjoyed reading it.Reagan and Noah's conversations are everything!If you're looking for one quick read and which will also make you laugh, then this is a perfect book for you!P. S. Don't Five funny stars for Reagan and Noah 💖💖💖!!!🌟🌟🌟🌟🌟I know that Emma Hart writes romantic comedies that can turn your day from bad one to a happy day where you laugh all the time, but this book was much more!This book stole my attention from the first page and I couldn't take a break from reading because I've really enjoyed reading it.Reagan and Noah's conversations are everything!If you're looking for one quick read and which will also make you laugh, then this is a perfect book for you!P. S. Don't read it in public 😉!
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  • Amy
    January 1, 1970
    4.5, I can't get enough, Stars!!“She tasted like temptation and the death of all my self-control. She tasted like someone who could be the rest of my fucking life.”Kiss Me Tonight is the second book in the Kiss Me Series and follows the story of Noah and Reagan. Reagan’s story starts off in the most unconvential way. She wakes up to find that she’s been sent a naughty picture. Obviously, it was sent in error, but she can’t help herself from responding. From that moment on, an unexpected friendsh 4.5, I can't get enough, Stars!!“She tasted like temptation and the death of all my self-control. She tasted like someone who could be the rest of my fucking life.”Kiss Me Tonight is the second book in the Kiss Me Series and follows the story of Noah and Reagan. Reagan’s story starts off in the most unconvential way. She wakes up to find that she’s been sent a naughty picture. Obviously, it was sent in error, but she can’t help herself from responding. From that moment on, an unexpected friendship forms between Reagan and her stranger. Fate has plans for these two and when it comes to fate, all you can do is just sit back and enjoy the wild ride.I have to say that Kiss Me Tonight is my favorite romantic comedy from Emma Hart this year. I mean, she totally knocked it out of the park with this one. Reagan is top notch. She’s got zero filter and isn’t afraid to give it to you straight. Her family is totally nuts, and will leave you in stitches over their antics. But, there is more to Reagan than meets the eye. Yes, she’s sarcastic and says whatever is on her mind, but when she loves, she loves hard. She keeps it real and isn’t afraid to be herself. And then we have Noah….Noah. Noah. Noah. He is the total package and is 100% swoon worthy. He’s not perfect. He can’t be since it was his picutre is what brought him and Reagan together. But, you know, in this day in age, dating is HARD. Anyways, Noah doesn’t shy away from the crazy that is Reagan. He embraces it and just goes with the flow. He is exactly what Reagan was missing from her life.I really enjoyed getting to know Reagan and Noah. Their story had me laughing so much that I had a seriously hard time containing it. Their chemsitry was instant and I fell in love with both of them just through their text messages. Their chemistry was palpable and off the charts. I just couldn’t get enough of these two together. And one of the things I loved the most was just the ease of their relationship. There was no drama, no over the top moments, no angst. Just a straight up romance that kept me on my toes and left me begging for more.Kiss Me Tonight is just what the doctor ordered and is a must read for any romantic comedy lover. I laughed. I swooned. I had the absolute best time. Reagan and Noah’s story was a terrific one to spend my day getting lost in and I just loved every single moment of it….*I was provided an ARC copy of this book, in exchange for an honest review*
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  • D.M.
    January 1, 1970
    Freaking hilarious. Kiss me tonight is one hot seductive wet dream and I loved every minute of it. One dirty picture. Two singletons. A chemical that brings all the elements together. The modern-day dating world is complicated. Dating now starts with an online profile, but what if you text the wrong number? What started as a mistake turns into so much more. When Noah and Regan meet the place is literally on fire. Emma Hart has brought her witty banter to a whole new level in this book. I was lau Freaking hilarious. Kiss me tonight is one hot seductive wet dream and I loved every minute of it. One dirty picture. Two singletons. A chemical that brings all the elements together. The modern-day dating world is complicated. Dating now starts with an online profile, but what if you text the wrong number? What started as a mistake turns into so much more. When Noah and Regan meet the place is literally on fire. Emma Hart has brought her witty banter to a whole new level in this book. I was laughing hard. Noah is very swoon-worthy and my new favourite book boyfriend. Awesome read. Kiss me tonight is part of the kiss me series and would be enhanced if you read book one first although it is not essential. It deserves all the stars. 5 out of 5. I loved the raccoons in book one but Noah stole my heart. Swoon.*I received an ARC in exchange for an honest review. I’m a full-blown Emma Hart junkie I’m not going to lie. I can’t wait for the next one. This series is getting better and better.
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  • Escape into a Booksite
    January 1, 1970
    *4 Stars* ARC kindly received in exchange for an honest review. This was a nice and easy read, and I read it in one day. I wasn't too sure how to expect Reagan to be after the amount of snark in the first book, but I pleasantly found I liked her more than Halley. The way that she and Noah meet sure is not conventional, but it sure was fun. These two connect and understand each others sarcasm and quirks right away, although that's mainly more on Noah understanding Reagan. I really liked the text *4 Stars* ARC kindly received in exchange for an honest review. This was a nice and easy read, and I read it in one day. I wasn't too sure how to expect Reagan to be after the amount of snark in the first book, but I pleasantly found I liked her more than Halley. The way that she and Noah meet sure is not conventional, but it sure was fun. These two connect and understand each others sarcasm and quirks right away, although that's mainly more on Noah understanding Reagan. I really liked the text message banter between the two, and even Reagan's group messages with the girls.Noah and Reagan's story flows seamlessly and is a really nice, fluffy and easy read. We also have some great secondary characters thrown in as well. I wouldn't mind a Noah of my own, Emma, you can make that happen right? I really enjoyed this story, and I'm looking forward to Ava's book next month.Review also on my blog - Kiss Me Tonight by Emma Hart Follow me on:FacebookTwitterInstagram
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  • Melissa B
    January 1, 1970
    This is the second book in the Kiss Me series and my absolute favorite so far! Reagan and Noah's relationship developed in an unusual way but definitely not an unrealistic way. Reagan and Noah were nothing short of sarcastic, fun, witty and sexy which only drew me more and more to their story. I pretty much laughed my way through page after page of this book due to the banter between the two of them, the bestfriends and her family. Another win for Emma Hart and her must read romcom's!
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  • Marina Skinner
    January 1, 1970
    OMG.....I devoured this book.It was so up my alley as Rom com's go and I literally fell in love with the characters. This story had everything in it in spades. Quirky Reagan with no filter on her mouth, hot save your life Noah, Reagan's funny girlfriends and outrageous family members and a cute dog, just made this the most entertaining, fun story. I want to be friends with them all!!! It was lighthearted, it was just a breath of fresh air and I cannot wait for the next book in this series. So fl OMG.....I devoured this book.It was so up my alley as Rom com's go and I literally fell in love with the characters. This story had everything in it in spades. Quirky Reagan with no filter on her mouth, hot save your life Noah, Reagan's funny girlfriends and outrageous family members and a cute dog, just made this the most entertaining, fun story. I want to be friends with them all!!! It was lighthearted, it was just a breath of fresh air and I cannot wait for the next book in this series. So flipping worth reading and a definite laugh a minute book!!
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  • Babel
    January 1, 1970
    Honestly, I jumped all over this story because the hook was too good to ignore. It seems the first glimpse we get of the hero is when he sends a compromising picture of an intimate part of his body to the heroine's phone. By accident, of course. The texting that ensues is all fun and quirkiness. Reagan is quite nonchalant about the crude introduction to Noah's pride, so they start this exchange of teasing and stimulating conversation. To my delight, it jumps from virtual to a fantasy in the fles Honestly, I jumped all over this story because the hook was too good to ignore. It seems the first glimpse we get of the hero is when he sends a compromising picture of an intimate part of his body to the heroine's phone. By accident, of course. The texting that ensues is all fun and quirkiness. Reagan is quite nonchalant about the crude introduction to Noah's pride, so they start this exchange of teasing and stimulating conversation. To my delight, it jumps from virtual to a fantasy in the flesh when a firefighter rescues Reagan in an intense scene where her block of apartments is set on fire. And the hero is none other than Noah!The spark goes from their accidental phone relationship into an adorable and really friendly time of non-dates. It's sweet, it's funny, and the hot firefighter is quite the catch. In between catchy dialogues and mounting desire, family and friends flesh out the plot with their unique brand of craziness. I loved hearing about the racoons again from the previous book in the series, and here there’s Poosh, a chihuahua that steals quite a few scenes. Passion and feelings merge at the right moment, never losing the author’s quirky touch that either makes you laugh or just smile non-stop. It ends rather sweetly, and introduces the drama-llama setting for the next book... which I'm totally reading 😀.
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  • Isha Coleman
    January 1, 1970
    Kiss Me Tonight is outrageously funny. Over the top tends to be trademark Emma Hart, yet somehow it works. The charm of an Emma Hart novel is the message that hides in plain sight. True beauty comes from being ourselves. It's the inner and outer imperfections that make us extraordinary. Reagan and Noah are a match made in chaos, but it's the chaos that keeps things interesting.
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  • Amy Dickinson
    January 1, 1970
    Overall Grade: ⭐⭐⭐⭐1/2I am not usually one who reads a series simply for its covers. And I’m not being fair if I said that I’ve read Emma Hart’s “Kiss Me” series of standalones, simply for their covers. #1 – I like Emma Hart’s rom-coms. She does quirk pretty well. #2 – The first book pulled me in with its sassy heroine and reticent hero. Yet, the covers for this series make me incredibly happy. Like, the type of happiness that bubbles up in your soul and has to be released through little shivers Overall Grade: ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️1/2I am not usually one who reads a series simply for its covers. And I’m not being fair if I said that I’ve read Emma Hart’s “Kiss Me” series of standalones, simply for their covers. #1 – I like Emma Hart’s rom-coms. She does quirk pretty well. #2 – The first book pulled me in with its sassy heroine and reticent hero. Yet, the covers for this series make me incredibly happy. Like, the type of happiness that bubbles up in your soul and has to be released through little shivers and seat dancing, so I was dying to read these books.That being said, there were aspects of past Hart books that made me a bit cautious for Kiss Me Tonight. Sometimes, the quirk of her characters can overwhelm the story and make it just plain silly. I can appreciate what she’s doing, wanting to make her readers fall in love and swoon over her characters, while busting a gut in laughter. But it sometimes makes the story disjointed. That is NOT the case with Kiss Me Tonight, however. Trust me, there is silliness galore in this book: an underwear-eating chihuahua, a crazy great aunt, pictures of the male anatomy sent accidentally to unsuspecting persons, and a crazy heroine.But all of that makes this story charming in a way that I didn’t necessarily feel with the first book in this standalone series, Kiss Me Not. Kiss Me Tonight tells the story of Reagan and Noah. Reagan is one of the best friends of Halley (the heroine of the first book) and the sister of Preston, Halley’s boyfriend. One night, someone sends her a picture – of his male anatomy. Being the sarcastic, sassy heroine she is, she replies to him, letting him know that she is not his intended. This leads to an extended texting relationship over the course of the next week. On an evening later in the week, Reagan’s apartment building is burned in a fire, and she has to be rescued from it. The firefighter who rescues her is Noah, the man who sent her the picture. These two are attracted to each other instantly – first through their texting and then through their meeting. As the story progresses, Reagan and Noah’s relationship moves quickly, worrying her that everything is happening too soon. Will Reagan and Noah settle, or will they grow apart?This book came at just the right time for me. I had been reading a lot of books that were dealing with heavy subjects such as $ex trafficking, addiction, etc. With those types of subjects, the books are dealing in angst. When you read heavy subjects consecutively, you forget about the fun of romance. Your soul becomes heavy even with a HEA at the end. Hart’s romance, however, is a reminder of what I love about rom-com. Yes, she offers up some moments when you worry over Noah and Reagan’s commitment. But this is never long. This book is feel-good from beginning to the end.Together, Reagan and Noah along with Reagan’s crazy family and friends serve up the laughs. Kiss Me Tonight is equal parts humor, romance, and steam. It’s a perfect reminder that romance comes in many forms. That if you don’t like one, there is something for you to fall in love with.And this is what I know. Emma Hart and the Kiss Me series make me laugh. I am absolutely looking forward to Ava’s story, Kiss Me Again, because I trust that Hart can tickle my funny bone and make me swoon one page a time.
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  • Mia
    January 1, 1970
    ARC REVIEW Hilarious. Unique. Quirky.When it comes to books written by Emma Hart I never know what to expect but something sarcastic, hilarious and something truly unique.‘Kiss Me Tonight’ is no exception. In fact, this whole series I think it’s going to be the best she has ever written.This book is something seriously unique and funny, full of sarcastic comments, banter, steamy scenes and the most inconvenient ways to meet someone. Who knew an accidental d*ck pick could create such a good backg ARC REVIEW Hilarious. Unique. Quirky.When it comes to books written by Emma Hart I never know what to expect but something sarcastic, hilarious and something truly unique.‘Kiss Me Tonight’ is no exception. In fact, this whole series I think it’s going to be the best she has ever written.This book is something seriously unique and funny, full of sarcastic comments, banter, steamy scenes and the most inconvenient ways to meet someone. Who knew an accidental d*ck pick could create such a good background for a book!We have already met and fallen in love a little bit with Reagan in the previous book of the series, 'Kiss Me Not’, but the love for her just grows and grows throughout this book.She’s a strong-willed and independent woman with purple hair and sarcasm in her veins. She knows what she wants and she is not afraid to get it, she doesn’t own a filter and is not ashamed of her shenanigans, especially when they involve her two crazy best friends too.Reagan is a little, or a lot, crazy herself but that only adds to her charm and her unique personality.Nothing throws her off balance in her life, except for maybe an unwanted d*ck pick followed by the craziest week of her life.Noah is a hot as sin firefighter who has checked every possible item on every girl’s dream off. He’s a true gentleman, despite a drunken error message to the wrong number, he’s caring and sweet. He’s driven and hard-working, he happens to have a line of sarcasm in his DNA too and his favorite hobby seems to be bantering and laughing with a certain crazy purple-haired girl.Did I mention he’s a firefighter? And that he has a Chihuahua that belonged to his grandma? And who also has a habit of stealing underwear?Yeah sounds crazy right? But it couldn’t fit in more! We had raccoons in the first book and a pantie-stealing chihuahua in this one, now I cannot wait to see what happens with Ava in the third book of the series.Noah and Reagan’s relationship might have an unconventional start but it couldn’t be any more perfect.Everything in this book is a perfect balance of craziness, shock, and sarcasm to a level you’ll need to read this while you’re home alone so no one thinks you’re crazy for having conversations and laughing with a book. Just sayin’.This book is hilarious, unique and fast-paced. It never gets boring and you’re always dying to see what happens next, even if you know it’ll shock you, scare you or make you wanna pee your pants from laughing.This is for sure a must-read if you like weird and unconventional books filled with a crazy group of best friends, even crazier series of events and just something that will stick with you forever.I am gonna admit right here right now that Emma Hart has become the Queen of Sarcasm and I cannot wait to see what else she’s got in store for us!
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  • Avidez Literaria
    January 1, 1970
    “I’m a hot-tempered woman with a family of insane relatives, a best friend who feeds raccoons, a big brother who pisses me off daily, and another best friend who is a chronic on-off dater. What do you think?”Reagan’s Monday began in a peculiar way early in the morning. The text message she received, clearly from a wrong number, may have contributed to this. But the attached photo, of a specific part of the male anatomy, was certainly what stunned her. After all, how to proceed in this case? Dele “I’m a hot-tempered woman with a family of insane relatives, a best friend who feeds raccoons, a big brother who pisses me off daily, and another best friend who is a chronic on-off dater. What do you think?”Reagan’s Monday began in a peculiar way early in the morning. The text message she received, clearly from a wrong number, may have contributed to this. But the attached photo, of a specific part of the male anatomy, was certainly what stunned her. After all, how to proceed in this case? Delete? Forget and move on? Tell that the person sent a message to the wrong recipient? If you are our protagonist, tell and start exchanging messages with this stranger is the right answer.And in the face of the most surreal, funny and unbelievable dialogues ever seen, Reagan will start a friendship with her new unknown friend. Until under pressure from her friends, she will end up asking who he really is. And so, Reagan and Noah go from unknown to virtual acquaintances. But as much as she enjoys the conversations, and has established a routine with him, she knows she will never meet him.This strong, determined, well-resolved purple-haired florist may like to flirt with an interesting guy, but her ideal man image would be a muscular, tattooed firefighter with a chihuahua. A mystical creature that only exists in her dreams. And that's why it's safe.But a battery-free alarm and a fire in her building cause her to be trapped and need to be rescued. Finding herself in a tense situation with her life in danger, she promises that if saved, she will ask Noah on a date. When rescued by a firefighter, her life will change.When she came across the man who saved her life visiting her at the hospital, she would never expect him to be Noah. And worse. He meets all her requirements. One by one. Reagan is in trouble.Between being back home with her parents, dealing with her overprotective mother and crazy aunt, finding out that everything she had got lost in the fire, dealing with the fact that Noah is in her thoughts and dreams, Reagan will not be in an easy situation. And with a guy who has the potential to make her lose her heart, how can she face the fear that this might not work?The book is funny, light, fun and cute at times. The characters from the first book are back, and we find out that Betty finally had her babies. Noah and Reagan have an absurd chemistry, and together they are funny, sharp and sarcastic, but sweet at the same time.The next book will be about Ava, and with Ethan's arrival in town, more confusion will ensue. The series so far is spectacular. Very recommended.*ARC provided in exchange for an honest Review *https://avidezliteraria.wordpress.com/
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  • Victoria Kennedy
    January 1, 1970
    [insert eggplant, firefighter, firetruck, dog, and fire emojis]Reagan didn't expect the to find a random dick pic on her phone first thing Monday morning. Even more than that, she didn't actually expect to strike up a conversation with the random stranger. And the thing she expected the least was to be rescued by a firefighter from her burning building who just happens to be said guy she's been texting all week. What's more, Noah is the living embodiment of her dream guy - fit firefighter with t [insert eggplant, firefighter, firetruck, dog, and fire emojis]Reagan didn't expect the to find a random dick pic on her phone first thing Monday morning. Even more than that, she didn't actually expect to strike up a conversation with the random stranger. And the thing she expected the least was to be rescued by a firefighter from her burning building who just happens to be said guy she's been texting all week. What's more, Noah is the living embodiment of her dream guy - fit firefighter with tattoos and a chihuahua. Seriously, someone do that math because what are the chances? Having never really had a proper relationship with a guy that involved actual feelings she's in uncharted waters, unsure how Noah feels about her - are the feelings mutual, or is she just another person he's rescued from a burning building?As soon as I read the epilogue in Kiss Me Not, I knew this was going to be a fun book! Reagan was already such a fun character in the first book, and getting in her head for her story was just as fun. On top of that, Noah was also such a great character, so together they worked really well.I really enjoyed the text banter that went on between these two, who obviously had a very awkward introduction, as well as the actual conversations and interactions - they were fun and flirty, with a nice side of craziness provided by Reagan's friends and family. Reagan and Noah's relationship was cute and I liked following its development throughout the story and hope we get to see a little more in the final book.The only thing I wish we had seen more was a little more from Noah, particularly around his firefighter buddies - the bit we got to see of them was fun and it would have been interesting to see that side of him fleshed out a little more.It was also sweet to see a little more of Halley and Preston's story, which we are sure to see more of in the final book. Plus, after that epilogue, I'm super excited for Ava's story and the laughs and drama that is sure to ensue in Kiss Me Again. Thank god that wait isn't long!This is such a fun series and if you're a romance and romcom fan, you definitely need to check it out! While it is a companion novel series and you can totally start with this book, I really recommend reading it in chronological order to get the full effect of our leading ladies and their stories. Bring on book three and more Emma Hart goodness!
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  • Amanda
    January 1, 1970
    [ I received a digital arc for an honest review ] Kiss Me Tonight is the second book in Emma Hart's Kiss Me series and was just as enjoyable as the first one! A cute lighthearted romantic comedy filled with laughs and fun."What was I thinking, have a full-blown conversation with him earlier? Sure, he'd been nice. Charming. Lovely. Funny. But you know what? So were serial killers. It's how they lured you in."Kiss Me Tonight starts with our heroine Reagan get a random dick pic from an unknown numb [ I received a digital arc for an honest review ] Kiss Me Tonight is the second book in Emma Hart's Kiss Me series and was just as enjoyable as the first one! A cute lighthearted romantic comedy filled with laughs and fun."What was I thinking, have a full-blown conversation with him earlier? Sure, he'd been nice. Charming. Lovely. Funny. But you know what? So were serial killers. It's how they lured you in."Kiss Me Tonight starts with our heroine Reagan get a random dick pic from an unknown number. This leads into a texting friendship between her and mystery man who both seems to have a sense a humor about the incident. When her apartment building has a fire she come face to face with her new texting buddy when he literally saves her life. He's new to town and hasn't made many friends with his crazy firefighter hours. The two continue to text and on top of the sexual attraction they become friends and then more."Hi. I'm Noah. I saved your life last night, and I believe you saw my penis by accident earlier this week."Like most of Emma Hart's leading females, Reagan is down to earth, opinionated, snarky and just a little crazy lol Noah is caring, sexy and witty. He has his adult card with a job and a house while Reagan isn't quite there yet. Yet, they are completely compatible characters, in and out of the bedroom, who just happened to find each other in an absurd way."No. I was not swooning. Reagan Wright did not swoon. Ever. I was not about to start over a tall, green-eyed, muscular, tattooed, firefighter. Damn it. Maybe a little."Kiss Me Tonight by Emma Hart is a super cute, ridiculous, low angst no drama romantic comedy. Lighthearted fun with snarky banter made a quick enjoyable read.  ******Also Follow Me On : Blog  📚 Instagram****** 
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  • Franci Neill
    January 1, 1970
    5 HE HAS A CHIHUAHUA Stars!!! I think anyone in today’s world of social media has either had an unsolicited inappropriate picture sent to them or it’s their greatest fear because EWWWW who wants to see that if you didn’t ask for it?? Well this is how our story begins between Reagan and Noah. And let’s just say what happens next no one could’ve predicted in a million years.I absolutely loved the banter between these two. What started as a “hey why did you send me that pic?” turns into a somewhat 5 HE HAS A CHIHUAHUA Stars!!! I think anyone in today’s world of social media has either had an unsolicited inappropriate picture sent to them or it’s their greatest fear because EWWWW who wants to see that if you didn’t ask for it?? Well this is how our story begins between Reagan and Noah. And let’s just say what happens next no one could’ve predicted in a million years.I absolutely loved the banter between these two. What started as a “hey why did you send me that pic?” turns into a somewhat strange friendship. I mean she’s seen parts of Noah that she shouldn’t have but man can Reagan hand out the zingers and Noah comes right back at her…a friendship made in heaven. What neither of them expected was to actually meet one night. And while the circumstances that brought them to this in person meeting are not at all funny, what proceeds to happen after this meeting had me truly laughing out loud. Noah is a man that’s sexy and strong and somewhat of an alpha and finds himself attracted to this girl he saved even if it’s somewhat embarrassing how they met. What’s clear to him though is this is a girl that doesn’t lay down and let people walk all over her. She’s sassy, snarky, beautiful and has family and friends that are just as kooky as she is. Watching their relationship develop was so much fun.When she thinks about what her “perfect” man is Noah checks all the boxes except for one…until she meets Poosh and then the deal is signed, sealed and delivered! I loved this little ankle biter too!! She’s odd in her own ways and Noah, for all his alpha-ness loves her and doesn’t know what his life would be like without her!This book moves at a pretty rapid pace. There’s all our favorites from the first book in this series…Halley, Preston, Ava, Reagan’s parents and of course her whacky Aunt, and let’s not forget the raccoons! Once I started this book I found it very difficult to put down because I was laughing so much I needed to see what happened next.Ms. Hart has written what I think is one of her best books. Her characters are people that I’d love to be friends with not only because they seem like a fun bunch of people, but because they love each other and would do anything for each other. They’re their own dysfunctional family and I absolutely want to be adopted into this family!! Now it’s time for Ava to get her HEA!!
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  • Sandra Shipman ~ Two Book Pushers
    January 1, 1970
    Kiss Me Tonight is the second book in the Kiss Me series by the hilarious, Emma Hart. You can read it as standalone but I do recommend reading Kiss Me Not since it’s hilarious, flirty, and has raccoons! It is also where you first meet Reagan, the non-filtered best friend. It all started with a dick pic. On a Monday morning. At least it was a nice looking one. Attached to a great set of abs and a seriously hot tattoos. Reagan wasn’t sure the protocol was for this so she just let him know it was t Kiss Me Tonight is the second book in the Kiss Me series by the hilarious, Emma Hart. You can read it as standalone but I do recommend reading Kiss Me Not since it’s hilarious, flirty, and has raccoons! It is also where you first meet Reagan, the non-filtered best friend. It all started with a dick pic. On a Monday morning. At least it was a nice looking one. Attached to a great set of abs and a seriously hot tattoos. Reagan wasn’t sure the protocol was for this so she just let him know it was the wrong number. Then something happened next that she didn’t expect. He replied. And then on Friday night he saved her life. A firefighter. Six feet tall with lick-able abs. Tattooed. If he had a rescued chihuahua he would literally be her dream come true. Did he have a chihuahua? If so, this was it. Except her life was a hot mess right now. She was literally homeless. It wasn’t the best time to start dating was it? But...Noah couldn’t believe it was her. His purple-haired mystery woman. A woman who had no-filter. No shame. And she was right in front of her. He wanted her before he even met her but now? He wanted to throw her over his shoulder and do all the things. Could he handle her kind of crazy? Hell fucking yeah! I absolutely freaking loved this book. I laughed from the very first line until the very last one. There were of course moments of getting hot and bothered and serious in between. I loved the banter between Noah and Reagan so much! It was like they have always known each other. They just clicked. Overall...it’s full of laughter, heat, friendship, love, and flirt. I can’t wait for Ava’s book. It’s going to be epic! 💋💋Quotes: REAGAN: You bent over in the liquor store. I looked. I’m not ashamed. Laughter burst out of me. Of course she’d looked. I really shouldn’t have been surprised—she’d walked behind me most of the time while we’d been walking the aisles of that store and I thought I’d caught her staring at my ass once or twice. She was shameless. I kinda liked it on her.Sweet baby Jesus, he was handsome. Men like him were why catfights started.“I’m starting to feel a little bit objectified,” he said, fighting a smile. “That’ll be because I’m objectifying you,” I replied, wriggling out of my bra. “Now, are you gonna stand there all day, or are you gonna put that thing to good use?”
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  • DJ Sakata
    January 1, 1970
    Favorite Quotes:“Aunt Bethel,” I said, pinching the bridge of my nose. “I am not going to stage a boudoir shoot for you to give Harry James for his birthday. He has a pacemaker and a stent. You’ll kill the poor man.”With those muscles, the only thing sweeping you off your feet is a hurricane.I’m in my old bedroom and there’s a poster of Justin Timberlake with noodle hair.I would bet a hundred bucks that he’d never met anyone like me before. Not that I was tooting my own horn— I knew I was what n Favorite Quotes:“Aunt Bethel,” I said, pinching the bridge of my nose. “I am not going to stage a boudoir shoot for you to give Harry James for his birthday. He has a pacemaker and a stent. You’ll kill the poor man.”With those muscles, the only thing sweeping you off your feet is a hurricane.I’m in my old bedroom and there’s a poster of Justin Timberlake with noodle hair.I would bet a hundred bucks that he’d never met anyone like me before. Not that I was tooting my own horn— I knew I was what normal people called ‘unique.’ I mean, my best friend fed raccoons, so compared to her… I was only a little strange.Men like him were why catfights started. It was evolution. We women were biologically wired to seek out and find the strongest, most manly man we could so we could procreate and keep up the questionable strength of the human line. Noah fit that to a tee. He was definitely the kind of person I’d pop a few crotch goblins out with.My Review:Emma Hart is a clever minx, and I am irrevocably besotted with her. I adore her irreverent humor and saucy wit while I jealously covet her snappy wordplay. This is the fifth book of hers I have read and her quirky characters and amusing storylines (both full of sizzle and sass) have never failed to produce giggle-snorts in ample measure while leaving a near-permanent smirk on my face. Kiss Me Tonight was no exception. Written in my favorite dual POV, Kiss Me Tonight begins with the unusual and somewhat alarming event of an errant text message with a little something extra, well, actually, a big something extra, an intimate exposure of a male’s… sacred member. It seems the female which the drunken Noah had been corresponding with on a dating site had requested a… candid shot, but supplied a bogus or incorrect number for the private text. The message ended up on the spunky Reagan’s phone and had her debating what course of action to take. Reagan was such a fun and lively character, she was a self-proclaimed “drama llama” with an even quirkier family which included a feisty and highly inappropriate octogenarian, my favorite kind, of course. I will be anxiously awaiting the next cheeky installment to this humorous series.
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  • Kara Hildebrand (Two Book Pushers)
    January 1, 1970
    Kiss Me Tonight is the second book in the Kiss Me series by the talented Emma Hart. It's also one of my favorite books of hers and that's saying something since I love everything she writes! I don't know what it is about this sexy fireman and this crazy, quirky florist, but I fell in love with them! It all starts with a wrong number picture which sparks a hilarious text exchange. And when the sexy stranger is the fireman who saves her life, Reagan can't believe her luck. How is he real? Noah jus Kiss Me Tonight is the second book in the Kiss Me series by the talented Emma Hart. It's also one of my favorite books of hers and that's saying something since I love everything she writes! I don't know what it is about this sexy fireman and this crazy, quirky florist, but I fell in love with them! It all starts with a wrong number picture which sparks a hilarious text exchange. And when the sexy stranger is the fireman who saves her life, Reagan can't believe her luck. How is he real? Noah just felt a connection with the crazy woman he was texting with. He never thought he'd actually meet her, but here she is in all her gorgeous, crazy glory and he's addicted. Reagan doesn’t have a filter and Noah loves that about her. He never has to guess what she's thinking. When she wants something, she asks for it and she wants Noah. Good thing he wants her back! Noah and Reagan are hilarious together! She's crazy, he's funny, they are the perfect match! Their banter is freaking hysterical and their chemistry on fire! I couldn’t get enough of these two fun and sexy characters! Overall, I LOVED it! I laughed, got hot and bothered and laughed some more!"Your heartbeat is going nuts. I'm surprised she's not in here yet.""She saw you on the way in. She's a woman. She'll understand."He was the kind of guy you took home - and he met your mom the next morning."You said this wasn't a date.""Taking a bite of my taco does not make this a date. My legs are firmly closed, just so you're clear on which taco I'm referring to.""One, the taco you're holding out to me is clear enough, and two… Do you really refer to your vagina as a taco?""I don't make it a habit, but it's been a crazy week. I'm rolling with it.""Is your name Reagan or Aristotle?""Depends if you want to be sitting in a truck with an alive, twenty-six-year-old woman with great tits, or a dead Greek genius.""Does the dead Greek genius talk back?""I can't say I've ever spoken to one to find out. Would you like to find out?""No. I was just wondering if that was the only way I'd win this argument.""I'm starting to feel a little bit objectified.""That'll be because I'm objectifying you. Now, are you gonna stand there all day, or are you gonna put that thing to good use?
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  • Carly Wilson
    January 1, 1970
    ‘Kiss Me Tonight’ is the second book in the ‘Kiss Me Series’ by Emma Hart, and I was given an advanced copy in exchange for an honest review. I can honestly say no one does romantic comedy quite like Hart. Within the first few pages I was laughing. I absolutely love this plot! It is fun, refreshing and I was easily hooked on the book. When Reagan Wright is send a picture of a guys junk, she is instantly concerned as to its origins. She knows it’s clearly a mistake, and she can’t help but look at ‘Kiss Me Tonight’ is the second book in the ‘Kiss Me Series’ by Emma Hart, and I was given an advanced copy in exchange for an honest review. I can honestly say no one does romantic comedy quite like Hart. Within the first few pages I was laughing. I absolutely love this plot! It is fun, refreshing and I was easily hooked on the book. When Reagan Wright is send a picture of a guys junk, she is instantly concerned as to its origins. She knows it’s clearly a mistake, and she can’t help but look at it, but clearly someone has had the wrong number. So she does the one thing she believes to be right... she texts him back.After a sparring of witty texts and a sharing of snippets of each other’s lives, Reagan can’t help but enjoy the messages from Mr Mystery. After some persuasion from her partners in crime, Halley and Ava, she finally musters up the courage to ask for his name, never knowing that it will be the start of something. Noah is a firefighter and new to Creek Falls, so when he attempts to play the dating game on an app, after having some beers with his friends, he doesn’t anticipate anything to go wrong. But he soon learns that he has not sent it to the intended recipient but a stranger. But instead of the message going deleted, ‘Reagan’ calls him out and informs him. Instead of suffering entirely and being embarrassed, there’s something about her that makes it seem ok, and is the perfect introduction to their friendship. But the more he learns of the purple haired beauty, the more he looks forward to her company.So when Noah is called out to rescue a purple haired girl from a local fire, he does not expect it to be the texter he’s been bothered about, and if that wasn’t bad enough, she’s stunning in person.An amazing romance with lots of chemistry and an overall fun vibe that kept me laughing and addicted to all the characters. I adored Poosh the chihuahua, and how life like Harts characters are.I am so ridiculously excited to read Ava’s story to see how this trio ends. Absolutely fabulous, and perfect for romantic comedy lovers and anyone who loves the romance genre.
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  • Jackie (Jackie's Book World)
    January 1, 1970
    ***Review can also be found at Jackie's Book World. :)***Kiss Me Tonight is the second book in the Kiss Me Series, having read and loved Kiss Me Not(first book) I couldn’t wait to read Reagan’s story and it didn’t disappoint at all. This hilariously witty story will leave you swooning over the characters and wanting for more.Reagan Wright never expected to start her day by opening a text containing a compromising picture of a certain male anatomy part that leaves her shocked and confused. She is ***Review can also be found at Jackie's Book World. :)***Kiss Me Tonight is the second book in the Kiss Me Series, having read and loved Kiss Me Not(first book) I couldn’t wait to read Reagan’s story and it didn’t disappoint at all. This hilariously witty story will leave you swooning over the characters and wanting for more.Reagan Wright never expected to start her day by opening a text containing a compromising picture of a certain male anatomy part that leaves her shocked and confused. She is not sure if it was a mistake or not, but texts back letting the person know that he got the wrong person. To which she later gets a reply from her mystery guy apologizing for his mistake. This leads to them texting back and forth, and she soon starts to get to know him. Although she might not meet him in person, Reagan starts to think about her mysterious guy and tells her friends. She never expected fate to do this to her, but when her apartment building is set on fire she promises herself that she if she gets out alive she’ll find who her mystery guy is and ask him out. But what happens when her fantasy of being with a firefighter, who happens to have tattoos and a chihuahua ends up being the same guy who rescues her from the fire and the owner of the compromising picture? Will he feel the same way she feels for him or will her fantasy just be a fantasy in the end?I loved reading this book! The story was full of witty banter and teasing. It was also incredibly funny, Reagan has absolutely no filter and she is who she is in front of Noah. What makes this sweet is that Noah embraces who she is no matter what. As they find things in common, their chemistry grows and so are their feelings for each other. Her friends are a huge part of her life and we get to see their interactions as well. Told in dual POV, Kiss Me Tonight will have you rooting for the characters until the very end. I would highly recommend checking out the book and any other by the author. I cannot wait to read Ava’s story next. :)**I voluntarily read an early copy of this title in exchange for an honest review**
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  • Jennifer Pierson
    January 1, 1970
    I wish I could convey how hysterically funny the amazing Emma Hart is, as she writes these stories that seriously have me rolling with such loud laughter that I end up scaring the cat. And Kiss Me Tonight started off with a seriously hilarious bang. It's the journey of Reagan & Noah who start off with a inappropriate pic of Noah's junk gone wrong since he was drinking a ton, and didn't mean to send it to her. This led Reagan to start up a conversation with Noah, because it's only polite to l I wish I could convey how hysterically funny the amazing Emma Hart is, as she writes these stories that seriously have me rolling with such loud laughter that I end up scaring the cat. And Kiss Me Tonight started off with a seriously hilarious bang. It's the journey of Reagan & Noah who start off with a inappropriate pic of Noah's junk gone wrong since he was drinking a ton, and didn't mean to send it to her. This led Reagan to start up a conversation with Noah, because it's only polite to let the sender know it went to the wrong phone, right? This interaction alone was worth the perfect rating, and in fact, I wanted to give this story more stars, as it totally turned my stressful day around, and I'll keep it handy for any days that I deem impossible, I have this book as the treatment. Now, despite the introduction to each other, it gets better. Reagan is in a house fire, and lo & behold, Noah was the yummy fireman who saved her, and that's when they realized that they know each other. Now we're getting somewhere, as their chemistry is in full effect now, and it's shooting sparks everywhere. It's that type of chemistry that won't be denied for long, which means that we'll be fanning ourselves soon enough, as the sexy times are no joke, so they light the sheets on fire, and probable kindles everywhere. Oh, and let me not forget to mention the secondaries, because they only added more hysterically funny interactions. There's something to be said for extreme amounts of humor to really turn a day around, and when I found myself actually screaming in laughter, that it felt like I was there in person, experiencing the romance brewing like an important secondary. This is such a great series so far, and I do believe that Kiss Me Tonight has surpassed Kiss Me Not (Book 1), so I absolutely CANNOT WAIT for Book 3 to come out. Now, I can appreciate not being bossed around, however, anyone & everyone NEEDS to one click this funny funny story that will have your sides hurting from laughing so hard, so what are you waiting for?! HIGHLY HIGHLY HIGHLY RECOMMEND TO ALL!
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  • Ira
    January 1, 1970
    Oh my...This book was simply hilarious! I love Emma Hart's books because they are fun and keep me laughing and smiling while never being too ridiculous or too shallow. Even though Reagan is quite...alright, she is not really impressed when she wakes up and finds a dick picture on her phone. Nope. Oh, well, maybe a bit, because...right. Going from being nice and informing the sender that he has the wrong number to waking up at the hospital to find out that the fireman who saved her is the one and Oh my...This book was simply hilarious! I love Emma Hart's books because they are fun and keep me laughing and smiling while never being too ridiculous or too shallow. Even though Reagan is quite...alright, she is not really impressed when she wakes up and finds a dick picture on her phone. Nope. Oh, well, maybe a bit, because...right. Going from being nice and informing the sender that he has the wrong number to waking up at the hospital to find out that the fireman who saved her is the one and only owner of this said dick, well, that's not the end of it, trust me. I laughed so hard and even though Reagan and Noah's story is rather turbulent and fast-paced, you still get the feeling that they belong together, that this is not just some spark but some pretty serious chemistry, fireworks and all. And even though I loved Reagan and Noah, I also loved the minor characters like her family. Those guys, oh my...they will leave you speechless. Reagan is amazing with her sarcastic, down-to-earth attitude and the way she loves and embraces those who she cares for whether it's her slightly nutty family or gorgeous and amazing Noah. Noah, well, he is simply great. He cares for her and doesn't hesitate to show it and he accepts her and her family just the way they are.No, not everything is sunshine and roses all the time but I simply loved how natural their relationship felt. No dramatics, just two people falling for each other. Hard. And their story and the way it was told made me laugh loud and uncontrollably. I've read a couple of books by Emma Hart but this one is definitely one of my favorites. And even though I really enjoyed reading "Kiss Me Not", the first book in this series a lot and was happy to meet the characters (and the racoons, of course) again in this book, I think that "Kiss Me Tonight" is even better. And now I'm waiting again for the next and final book in this series to be released at the end of October.
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  • Candyce Kirk
    January 1, 1970
    Kiss Me Not was fun, but Kiss Me Tonight was just amazing!! I read this book on a Monday (we all know how a Monday can be) and it made my whole day better. This is a romantic comedy that can brighten up the worst day. Emma Hart's writing sucked me in from the start and wouldn't let me go!Reagan gets an unsolicited picture and let's just say it's not something she asked for. Being the polite and to the point person she is, she let's this guy know he has the wrong number! I already liked Reagan an Kiss Me Not was fun, but Kiss Me Tonight was just amazing!! I read this book on a Monday (we all know how a Monday can be) and it made my whole day better. This is a romantic comedy that can brighten up the worst day. Emma Hart's writing sucked me in from the start and wouldn't let me go!Reagan gets an unsolicited picture and let's just say it's not something she asked for. Being the polite and to the point person she is, she let's this guy know he has the wrong number! I already liked Reagan and she's even better in this book. She doesn't hold back her opinion and tells us how it is. I love how even though she seems really confident, there is a bit of an insecure side to her. That makes her feel more real and made me love her character even more.Noah is definitely the perfect book boyfriend (well, except for sending pictures like that to strangers). He's new to town and just trying to find his way. And don't forget that he's a tattooed firefighter (that scores points, haha). Even though he's more of a "manly man", he now takes care of his grandmother's chihuahua. This made me laugh quite a few times. He's funny, caring and definitely brave. Reagan and Noah definitely don't meet in the most conventional way, but it works! There conversations are so much fun and just brings a smile to my face. Yes, they may have connected really fast and I'm normally not a fan of people falling for each other so fast, but it just works for this book! The romance is definitely there and the added sarcasm made it perfect in my book!On top of these two amazing characters, we read about the best friends we meet in Kiss Me Not and get updates about the raccoons! Reagan's family is nuts but caring and I loved the TV show discussions in this story. The only negative thing I can think about this book is that it was too short! I need more Reagan and Noah, but I'm also excited for the next book. Emma Hart is an author I will definitely keep an eye on!
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  • TheSassyNerdBlog
    January 1, 1970
    Kiss Me Tonight is book two in the Kiss Me series and what a treat it was. This is my second book by this author, and just like her last book, I found absolutely loved this just as much. In Kiss Me Tonight we have Reagan and Noah, and these two? They were a treat! Both sarcastic, both witty and both are funny as hell. The relationship between the two all started with a dick pic and a wrong number! After Reagan get a random text that contains a strangers junk, she isn’t sure what to do, Most wome Kiss Me Tonight is book two in the Kiss Me series and what a treat it was. This is my second book by this author, and just like her last book, I found absolutely loved this just as much. In Kiss Me Tonight we have Reagan and Noah, and these two? They were a treat! Both sarcastic, both witty and both are funny as hell. The relationship between the two all started with a dick pic and a wrong number! After Reagan get a random text that contains a strangers junk, she isn’t sure what to do, Most women aren’t exactly into random men sending them dick pics... but Reagan had a different approach, which ultimately leads them constantly texting each other and developing a texting friendship. Which that’s all they thought it would be. Funny, witty, and Sarcastic texts back and forth. But that all changed when Reagan’s apartment sets fire and the fire department is called... The last person she was expecting to see was Noah. But low and behold. There he is, and he’s the one rescuing her...What starts as an accident dick pic text, is about to turn into so much more! These two met by chance, and to me, this book shows us how much social media does take part in our lives. It was modern-day and something people have had to happen before,... I know I have. But the way this was spun and how they meet? It was swoon-worthy, it was fun, it was steamy and full of humour!These two together, texting and in real life are just perfect for each other. Their personalities are so alike and bounce off each other, with witty banter, quirky encounters, and chemistry that’s off charts!The plot, the characters and the details were flawless and I devour this in one sitting!Loved it!!5 stars!
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  • Rebecca
    January 1, 1970
    What happens when sexting goes wrong? Well, for Reagan, the receiver of the wrong number sext, and Noah, the sender of the wrong number sext, it means that an unconventional conversation commences - one that makes both of them smile and allows them to get to know one another in a more relaxed manner and then when they meet in real life, in another crazy way, the connection they had already formed through texts now has an opportunity to take a new direction and how things proceed between these tw What happens when sexting goes wrong? Well, for Reagan, the receiver of the wrong number sext, and Noah, the sender of the wrong number sext, it means that an unconventional conversation commences - one that makes both of them smile and allows them to get to know one another in a more relaxed manner and then when they meet in real life, in another crazy way, the connection they had already formed through texts now has an opportunity to take a new direction and how things proceed between these two definitely fits the crazy journey they’ve already taken with each other. Like a lot of Emma Hart’s heroines, Reagan is a bit EXTRA, but in the best possible ways, and thankfully, Noah can handle everything she throws at him. She’s quirky, headstrong, and painfully honest, and she owns who she is, which is why she’s so easy to love and want to be around, and I love that despite Noah’s sexting blunder, they just go with it and find something that they never would have if that inappropriate text wouldn’t have been sent to Reagan on accident.I liked how seamless Noah and Reagan’s relationship progressed. Who knew that a wrong number text would lead to these two hitting it off over text message, forming a comfortable and comical connection, and then heading toward meeting in real life and figuring out that they are just as compatible in real life then they were over texts. Kiss Me Tonight is another fun, steamy, and quirky read about two characters who turn a mistake into a lifetime of possibilities, and Emma Hart does what she does best in Noah and Reagan’s story - craft likable and endearing characters and construct crazy situations and complications that take her hero and heroine as well as readers on an entertaining and swoon worthy ride. 4 Poison Apples
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  • Janine - The World Was Hers for the Reading
    January 1, 1970
    It all started with an inappropriate text from a stranger . . . After some harmless texting Regan thinks she may be interested in meeting the hunky firefighter. When her apartment building catches fire, however, the random texter becomes her rescuer when he saves her from the burning building.Noah’s drunken bad decision may have been one of the luckiest mistakes he’s ever made when the woman he accidentally sends a dirty picture too ends up being much cooler than he could have ever anticipated. It all started with an inappropriate text from a stranger . . . After some harmless texting Regan thinks she may be interested in meeting the hunky firefighter. When her apartment building catches fire, however, the random texter becomes her rescuer when he saves her from the burning building.Noah’s drunken bad decision may have been one of the luckiest mistakes he’s ever made when the woman he accidentally sends a dirty picture too ends up being much cooler than he could have ever anticipated. New in town, it’s fate that she happens to be the woman he rescues from a burning building when he didn’t even know they lived near one another, as they hadn’t even exchanged last names yet.Now that they’ve met face to face, will the flirty banter of texting be able to translate into something more?I loved Reagan and Noah from the first raunchy text! The unintended text was hilarious and broke the ice and started a friendship based on humor before they ever laid eyes on one another. Their relationship felt so easy and comfortable that they literally just fell into it once they actually met in person. I enjoyed how outgoing and independent Reagan was and loved that the author gave her depth by having some vulnerability in trusting her feelings. Noah is really chill, funny, sexy and sweet as can be! He really is Reagan’s dream guy in the flesh . . . especially since he also has a rescue chihuahua. Their relationship really did feel like fate was behind everything!While major drama . . . hello, Reagan’s home burned down . . . brought the couple together, as an actual couple they were relatively drama free (other than crazy Aunt Bethel whose antics are comedic gold) which made for a happy, fun and relaxing romance! 5 stars.
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  • RBCRRBLOGGER
    January 1, 1970
    Reviewing on behalf of Relentless Book Chics Ramblings and ReviewsA hilarious RomCom with a sexy firefighter!I’m a huge fan of this author and really enjoyed the first book in the series so I couldn’t wait to read this one.Reagan is fun and quirky and loves working in her parent’s florist shop. She’s not afraid to say what she thinks so when she gets a dirty picture sent to her phone that’s clearly meant for someone else, she decides to reply and compliment him on his size. Not expecting a reply Reviewing on behalf of Relentless Book Chics Ramblings and ReviewsA hilarious RomCom with a sexy firefighter!I’m a huge fan of this author and really enjoyed the first book in the series so I couldn’t wait to read this one.Reagan is fun and quirky and loves working in her parent’s florist shop. She’s not afraid to say what she thinks so when she gets a dirty picture sent to her phone that’s clearly meant for someone else, she decides to reply and compliment him on his size. Not expecting a reply, she’s surprised when he answers back and they begin a casual flirty friendship.Noah loves his job as a firefighter and being new to Creek Falls and not knowing may people, he decides to give online dating a try. Sending a saucy photo isn’t something he usually does and won’t be doing again as it went to a complete stranger. Noah’s shocked when the recipient texts back and he enjoys the flirty banter but he doesn’t know anything about her apart from her name and hair colour.When Reagan’s apartment building burns down and she’s rescued and taken to hospital, the hunky firefighter that rescued her pays her a visit. After thanking him she looks at his arm and realises she recognises his tattoos, he’s the man in the photo and her life is about to get very interesting.I really enjoyed this story. There were so many witty one liners that I was laughing on nearly every page. Reagan is hilarious and Noah is sweet and sexy and it was great catching up with the characters from the previous book. The epilogue gives us a taste of what’s coming up in the next book and I can’t wait to read it. This series is great if you enjoy a quick, fun story and I would definitely recommend it.
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  • Kahea
    January 1, 1970
    ***5 ‘#TeamPoosh’ Stars*** Well, maybe it should be #TeamDickPic for the win, but that’s probably a bit much...maybe...not really. Anyways. This was such a fun read! So. Much. Fun. I’m a tinsy bit upset that there were no more words to read, but my consolation prize is that there is one more book coming and I KNOW Reagan and Noah will be in it! If you can’t already tell, I ADORED Reagan and Noah. ADORED them. Together, separately, in the company of Reagan’s crazy great aunt...didn’t matter. The ***5 ‘#TeamPoosh’ Stars*** Well, maybe it should be #TeamDickPic for the win, but that’s probably a bit much...maybe...not really. Anyways. This was such a fun read! So. Much. Fun. I’m a tinsy bit upset that there were no more words to read, but my consolation prize is that there is one more book coming and I KNOW Reagan and Noah will be in it! If you can’t already tell, I ADORED Reagan and Noah. ADORED them. Together, separately, in the company of Reagan’s crazy great aunt...didn’t matter. These two had me grinning like a loon the entire time. Noah is all kinds of laid back smexy. He’s got a great sense of humor and can shoot the shit like a champ. Reagan..to use her own words...is an “asshole” but that’s only because she is blunt and to the point. She doesn’t pull her punches and embraces all that she is ~ even her faults. Noah and Reagan’s journey to their HEA was all kinds of fun! I loved how, from the very start ~ even if that start was a bit...revealing ~ they simply clicked. The bantering was on point and when they finally meet, they had a kind of flow that made it easy to see that they could be so much more if only they took the chance.I simply devoured this book. From Noah and Reagan, to Halley, Preston, Betty, Boris & Poosh,, Ava and Great Aunt Bethel ~ it was kind of everything. It was also extremely low on the angst, so if you’re looking for a fun, and at times OTT crazy, romance ~ then this is an absolute must read. And now to wait as patiently as possible for Ava’s book!~ Copy provided by the author & voluntarily reviewed ~
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  • Bibliomedico
    January 1, 1970
    Check Out My full Review On My Blog : https://bibliomedico.wordpress.com/20...******************** ARC provided by the publisher & Social Butterfly PR , Thanks for giving me the opportunity to read the book. ********************Actually , I expected a lot from this author , from all the reviews and the hype in the Romance bookstagram Community . But The Book Irritated me so Much, I ended up really disappointed .The story is so silly , unrealistic and bad , Social Media harassment is real an Check Out My full Review On My Blog : https://bibliomedico.wordpress.com/20...******************** ARC provided by the publisher & Social Butterfly PR , Thanks for giving me the opportunity to read the book. ********************Actually , I expected a lot from this author , from all the reviews and the hype in the Romance bookstagram Community . But The Book Irritated me so Much, I ended up really disappointed .The story is so silly , unrealistic and bad , Social Media harassment is real and dangerous , Authors should write to spread awareness about the dangers of Replaying to sexual private massages ( Even If the person Didn’t intend to send it to you – as the main character of this book did – ), Not encourage it by writing a whole book About a ” love story ” that starts with a ” di*k picture ” , Many dangerous people use others ( Especially Teenagers ) ignorance on this topic to blackmail , stalk and hurt them .I know that I’m talking about a novel that supposed to be Romantic , funny and just for entertaining , Which WASN’T. But When I read a book , even if it was a children story , In my opinion , It should have a good message . And Romanticizing harassment ISN’T funny or good at all . Book have huge effects on readers mind , personality , even actions. Also, I couldn’t connect with the characters At all , for me , there was something off in the novel. For me , I can’t recommend this book , I don’t mean to disrespect the author , But I feel responsible to talk about something that could harm others . This is totally My OWN honest opinion.
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  • Tracey
    January 1, 1970
    Sassy heroine, with snarkiness off the radar? Check. Seriously sexy, yet down-to-earth guy that gives said heroine hot flashes (and more!)? Check. Ride or die besties, always offering advice, solicited or not? Check. That's it, I'm reading one of my favorite authors, and loving every minute of it.When a series of text messages gone awry introduces Reagan to mystery man Noah, things escalate quickly and hilariously. One thing's for sure, he's not a guy that she's likely to forget, and she's just Sassy heroine, with snarkiness off the radar? Check. Seriously sexy, yet down-to-earth guy that gives said heroine hot flashes (and more!)? Check. Ride or die besties, always offering advice, solicited or not? Check. That's it, I'm reading one of my favorite authors, and loving every minute of it.When a series of text messages gone awry introduces Reagan to mystery man Noah, things escalate quickly and hilariously. One thing's for sure, he's not a guy that she's likely to forget, and she's just quirky enough to capture his undivided attention. In typical Emma Hart fashion, this is the story of two people that might never have met, but we're oh, so glad that they did.Reagan was introduced loudly and proudly in KISS ME NOT, the first book in the Kiss Me series by the one and only Emma Hart, one of my go-to authors. I knew then that Reagan was a force to be reckoned with, and that her story was going to be a blast. Emma hits all the marks per usual, making me love Reagan and Noah, her hunka hunka burning love, just as much as I'd figured that I would. Their happenstance love story brought me many laughs, some seriously steamy moments, and another couple that Emma's fans will love.Filled with plenty of great scenes featuring one zany great aunt, an interfering mother, a lovable chihuahua, and two full of sass friends, KISS ME TONIGHT is the perfect second book for this series. Make a date with this one, and enjoy! ❤️
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