Author: Marcia Lynn McClure
Publisher: Distractions Ink
Rating: 4.5 stars
Summary: “Boston,” he mumbled.
“I mean…Logan…he’s like the man of my dreams! Why would I blow it? What if…” Boston continued to babble.
“Boston,” he said. The commanding sound of his voice caused Boston to cease in her prattling and look to him.
“What?” she asked, somewhat grateful he’d interrupted her panic attack.
He frowned and shook his head.
“Shut up,” he said. “You’re all worked up about nothing.” He reached out, slipping one hand beneath her hair to the back of her neck.
Boston was so startled by his touch, she couldn’t speak—she could only stare up into his mesmerizing green eyes. His hand was strong and warm, powerful and reassuring.
“If it freaks you out so much…just kiss in the dark,” he said.
Boston watched as Vance put the heel of his free hand to the light switch. In an instant the room went black.
Review: This book is so freaking cute! This is my first time reading anything by Marcia Lynn McClure but it definitely won't be my last.
The main character Boston is such a nice girl, probably too nice. She's so nice that the moment she thinks something even remotely mean she instantly feels guilty. She's that type of nice where it seems you could hit them with your car and they would forgive you. Usually that bothers me when a character is like that but surprisingly it didn't annoy me at all. With Boston it goes with who she is I honestly couldn't see her as being anything else.
Throughout the book the point of views actually changes and we get to see things in almost all of Bostons friends. I loved how they well they got together (well with the exception of one person who turned out to be a horrible friend) and were always there for each other. I would totally be friends with them; not only are they loyal but they really know how to have too!
Vance is that guy every girl is looking for but never finds. He's perfect and a complete gentlemen. Whoever said chivalry was dead never met Vance. Both him and his sister are really kind and have good hearts. But their also hiding a secret.
This book did have some cliche moments but I still loved it. Kiss in the Dark definitely made me smile and laugh. It's the perfect book to read during the summer; I recommend it to anyone who likes a cute romance and a book about how friends always have your back.