Kiss and Tell

Kiss and Tell

by Sharon Kendrick

Cormack Casey had turned her life upside down, hurt her deeply, and the only thing that had kept her going was the need to hurt him in return.

She would see Cormack, tell him he was a father, that he would never see his child ...and then she'd leave ....REVENGE IS SWEET when it leads to love

  • Series: Revenge is Sweet
  • Language: English
  • Category: Harlequin
  • Rating: 3.15
  • Pages: 122
  • Publish Date: March 1st 1998 by Harlequin
  • Isbn10: 0373119518
  • Isbn13: 9780373119516

What People Think about "Kiss and Tell"

But unfortunately they are almost too believable, because I can totally see an affronted soon to be ex husband wanting to one-up his estranged wife by doing something like the opening scene in that book. In short, SK has a definite knack for infusing real world bad behavior into the rarefied atmosphere of HPlandia and somehow she usually manages to pull a semi-believable HEA out of that. This story brings out similar squirmy ick feelings for me, but at the same time it is well written and the H's sorta love declaration at the end is fairly well done. She is also a single mum of a four or five month old son and the time has come to tell her baby daddy about his little stork visit. The h was one of the biggest supermodels in the world and you don't stay on top of that career field without a lot of hard work, early nights and physical deprivation. The h tried to ignore them and carry on with her jobs with stays with the H in between times, but it was bit hard to do when her estranged mother continued to make sure the h got large care packages of pictures of lovely ladies hanging all over the H. Then she mellows a bit and torn between lost love and revenge, she decides to tell the H about their son. He claims he went to the party specifically to see the h and more importantly that his beautiful actress girlfriend and he weren't that serious about each other - the girlfriend had no intention of every marrying him because she wanted to marry a German husband and now the H is the godfather to her child and they are all the very best of friends. Interestingly the H never denies that he likes to party, he just tells her it is fine if she wants to be a domestic engineer. The H is so happy that his gaslighting BS worked that he claims he loves her and the two forgo their gourmet salmon lunch to go love it up for the dubious HEA, as we can all speculate on what whacktastic attempt at revenge awaits us in the next book. I tend to think that if the h's jealousy is as extreme as they both claim, then the only way this relationship can end is in either divorce or homicide and neither one of those options is a good feeling for an HEA. SK shows very limited H interaction with the baby, his reaction to fatherhood is one of object possession, not a yen to nurture new life into the world. This H showed almost no character growth throughout the story and all the bad behavior gets blamed on the immature, insecure h. This puts the book firmly in the Real World for motivations and machinations, but it leaves a disappointed feeling when I am wanting a super pink sparkly HEA in my HP outing.

Since then her writing style has really improved!

Kiss and Tell This was a second chance story line.

Everywhere I went I felt like a square peguntil one day I started writing again and then everything just fell into place. Today, I have the best job in the world, writing passionate romances for Harlequin.