June Kisses (Wilder Irish) by Mari Carr


Kiss me once, shame on you. Kiss me twice, shame on me…

The first kiss with Landon, Sunnie blames on tequila. The second on adrenaline. He did save her and her Louis Vuitton from a mugger after all.

But then the kiss goes viral and sexy cop Landon is flooded with female attention. Now it’s Sunnie’s turn to save Landon—by pretending to be his girlfriend.

It’s all fake fun and games and a few orgasms until Landon’s ex comes back to town.

Now Sunnie has to decide if June is just for kisses or for love and commitment…

June Kisses is a standalone story in Mari Carr’s Wilder Irish series (book 6).

My Review:

June Kisses: Brother's Best Friend / Hot Cop / Best Friends to Lovers Romantic Comedy (Wilder Irish)June Kisses: Brother’s Best Friend / Hot Cop / Best Friends to Lovers Romantic Comedy by Mari Carr

My rating: 5 of 5 stars

I’ve loved all of the Wild Irish stories, and the Collins family just keeps getting better with time. This book takes several of my favorite tropes and puts them all together in one fun, crazy story. As always, there are plenty of laughs, family support and love.

Landon has been a peripheral part of the Collins Clan since he was young. Growing up with his mother as his only family, he loved the chaos that came with being around them. He envied their closeness and support, and wanted that for himself. His determination to have a family of his own led to heartache, and some confused feelings.

Sunnie is a free spirit. She works hard, and plays harder. She lives each day to the fullest. She loves her family, but is determined not to fall for the “Collins Curse”. She wants to enjoy her single life, staying away from commitment, and love.

This book was so much fun! Even though they are so different, Landon and Sunnie are so perfect for each other. Their chemistry is off the charts hot, explosive really! Anyone who has read and loved the Wild (and Wilder!) Irish books, will love Landon and Sunnie too!

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