Book Review: Kiss and Don’t Tell by Meghan Quinn

There’s a reason why Meghan Quinn is one of my favorite authors and it’s because her books are just so good with great writing and the best characters. She brings it and more with her latest release to kick off a brand new series with Kiss and Don’t Tell.

Check out my book review of this must read romance book below to see why I love it and highly recommend it!

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Category: Contemporary Romance, Sports Romance
Tags: Hockey, Forced Proximity
Published September 2021
Amazon | Goodreads
Rating: ★★★★★
Boyfriend Rating: 💍💍💍💍💍

Just when I think Meghan Quinn couldn’t possibly give me another book boyfriend to love, she gives me Pacey! This book has everything I love about Quinn’s books – fantastic characters, amazing, laugh out loud banter and a book boyfriend who gives all the feels.

I don’t know how she keeps writing such fresh, amazing stories but she does and I love it.

Kiss and Don’t Tell kicks off a brand new series featuring a stud line up of hockey players.

I LOVED the Brentwood Boys series so much, so to say that I had high hopes going into this one is an understatement. Well, let me just say that Quinn exceeded them and I know that I am going to love these hockey boys as much as I love her baseball boys. Fact.

When you write as many sports romance books (or romance books in general) as Quinn does, you’d think that things might get a bit stale after a time but that is not the case with this book.

This book has her hilarious banter between characters that I’ve come to love so much and yet it came across as something new and fresh.

In this story we meet Winnie Berlin who’s set off on a road trip to find herself, only she finds herself in a ditch during a thunderstorm. Oh, how I’d love to be in Winnie’s shoes when she stumbles upon a cabin with five HOT, professional hockey players where she rides out the weather. Lucky, lucky girl.

I loved Winnie as she just came across as this real, young woman who’s had a rough time and yet is trying to pick herself back up and find some direction. I love how she slowly shows her true personality once she comes to feel comfortable with Pacey. She’s sassy and fun and has some crazy best friends in her corner.

Pacey is truly one of a kind and I loved him from the start. He is sweet, considerate, kind and commanding at all the right times (if you get my drift).

There was just the right amount of story movement to believe the connection they forged over a few short days given the dates they had and the time they spent getting to know each other.

Pacey’s teammates were the best sidekicks to this story. Though teammates, they are also a great group of friends who are more like brothers. They all have their own quirks and storylines I see coming and I loved it all.

Their banter alone during their “action plan plotting” was hilarious and had me wanting more moments of them together.

I seriously can’t wait for her to write the stories for the rest of the hockey boys but in the meantime, I highly recommend reading this one!

*Thank you to Candi Kane PR for the advanced reader copy. All opinions are my own.

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