Thursday, January 12, 2017


Title: Never Been Kissed
Series: Never Been #1
Author: C.M. Kars
Rating: 

Sera Delos has a secret. 
She wishes it were something important or life-altering like owning a key to a blue Police Box that’s home to a time-travelling alien, or that she must hide the secret identity of her alter-ego. 
No, Sera’s secret is un-extraordinary. At twenty-five, she’s never been kissed. There just haven’t been many opportunities for the self-proclaimed nerd. There have always been too many shows to watch, too many books to read, and the rest of the time is spent fangirling over Tom Hiddleston. 
When the hottie next door and his son need a ride to the hospital, and Sera becomes the only available driver, her life is changed forever. Hunter MacLaine makes Dean Winchester seem like a mediocre-badass, even if he is a diabetic and doesn’t think much of himself. 
An old flame, nerdy references and the ups and downs of slowly falling in love with her next door neighbour, Sera’s wondering the obvious. Maybe, just maybe, if all the nerd-gods are smiling down on her, Sera Delos might have just found the man who her first kiss belongs to. 

    

Never Been Kissed begins when Sera meets her new neighbor. She thinks he's insanly hot, but he seems to already have a girlfriend, and he has a kid. So, she knows he would never go for someone nerdy like her. 

But, when she ends up helping him out one day, he won't stay away from her. Now, he's hot and cold, and she's just utterly confused. 

These two people are broken and unsure how to continue, but in their hearts they know what they want. They just have to figure out if they are brave enough to go for it. 

This book was okay. It wasn't great, and it wasn't bad either. 
I enjoyed the plot line for the most part, even though some aspects of it were kind of frustrating. And I did enjoy the characters as well. 

Even though I felt like the hero should have stood up for the heroine more especially towards his family members. But, that wasn't what happened. 

I really loved the little kid, Matty as well. He was utterly adorable, and the best part of this book. I really loved the relationship between Sera and Matty as well. That was beautiful, and I adored it! 
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