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Review: Just One Kiss

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Review: Just One Kiss

Just One Kiss by Courtney Walsh
Reviewed by: Pam Graber
Genre: Christian Fiction
Publication Date: July 2019

Wow! Courtney Walsh, what a story! I was all set to not like Josh Dixon, then WHAM, you told his story. He lives out the line “You don’t have to let the past write your future!”

Carly Collins fell into friendship with Josh Dixon when he first appeared in the neighborhood as a kid. As they grew up, she walked the straight and narrow, while he walked on the wild side. Their friendship shouldn’t have remained, but it did. She kept his family’s secrets, and he held her when her mother walked out. When their feelings for each other tipped over the edge into love, they were too young to appreciate what they had in each other.

An unplanned pregnancy distanced Carly from the family she had left. Once the baby came, Josh’s demons send him running scared. Now, their son, Jaden’s, health is threatened and Josh is back in the picture. He knows what he wants – their family restored – but can Carly trust that he will stay? Jaden has forgiven him but Carly can’t seem to take that step. Will Josh be able to completely open his heart, and show Carly why he left in the first place?

By the end of this book I was so firmly “Team Josh” that I couldn’t believe I ever doubted him. His home life growing up was a train wreck, and I don’t want to give any spoilers, but he had excellent reasons for leaving when he did. Staying away, though, proved more than he could handle.

If you love “second chance” romance, you will love Just One Kiss. I could hardly put it down once I started it!  

 

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