Book Description ~ straight from Amazon
When one plus one equals thirty-one…
It happens every day.
Guy meets grandpa–and girl.
Guy knocks grandpa off ladder
Guy kisses girl to make it “all better.”
For a month.
Just your normal, average, all-American romance…
Meet Chessie and Carson. She goes “all out” for Christmas (and every other holiday including Columbus Day, Cinco de Mayo, and Flag Day); he doesn’t own a single thing that could be considered decorative–unless you count the stickers he stuck to his dresser back when he was three.
Neither of them have ever had a serious relationship; both are opposed to frivolous expressions of affection. How on earth did they get tangled up in a “kiss-a-day-during-December” pact?
When I started reading 31 Kisses, I hadn’t read a single review beforehand. I had no idea what to expect, but it sucked me right in. It seemed like everyone was a comedian in this fun Christian romance. There were times when the book took on a scary or sad tone, but more than not I found myself laughing out loud. This book is great for the romance reader that’s looking for something “clean” to read. I loved that this romance was built on more than the physical aspect of a relationship. It was a sweet and charming story.
As I’ve already shared the positives in the book, I also want to share the few things that bugged me. I think it would definitely help for the book to go through a little more editing. While there weren’t so many mistakes that I couldn’t enjoy it, there were mistakes that stood out in some places. There were a couple times, too, that it was hard to discern who the speaker was supposed to be, or why something was taking place. Nonetheless, I would happily read it again!