He closed the distance I'd opened up between us and kissed me lightly on the lips. "Maybe we can just be," Kevin whispered.
Charlie Collins doesn't know what to do about Kevin Lazarus, her crush and, awkwardly, her new stepbrother. Things were complicated enough when their parents were only dating and when Kevin was going out with Charlie's best friend, Tess. Now, post-wedding, Charlie and Kevin are crossing paths and crossing lines, and then they have to eat breakfast . . . together.
If only Charlie could get some time away from Kevin and her annoyingly happy and strange stepfamily, she might be able to deal. Yet first she has to make things right with George, her sort-of boyfriend, and Tess, whose trust she broke. But while Charlie struggles to be the perfect friend and daughter, at the end of the day Kevin is the one waiting for her at home. Would it really be so bad if they kissed again?
The follow-up to If We Kiss, Rachel Vail's addictive story of first kisses and heartbreak, Kiss Me Again at long last answers the question of what happens when a crush so off-limits it has to be a fantasy suddenly becomes something very real.
Number of Pages: 240
Reviewed by Amanda, age 17
I read If We Kiss and Kiss Me Again by Rachel Vail. I found the first one a little hard to get into but once I started I had to know what happened next. I would recommend it to middle schoolers probably because it seems best in that range and addicting once you start it. Kiss Me Again pulled you in from the beginning since it started from where the first book left off, filling you in with all the fun and funnily awkward moments of Charlie Collin’s new weird and interesting life with her crush Kevin Lazarus when their parents get married to each other. There’s so many twists in the plot that you just have to keep reading to see what happens in their crazy life next.
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Amanda, age 17
Amanda, age 17