Kendra Leigh Castle
Every Little Kiss (Harvest Cove #2)
Penguin / March 3, 2015 / $7.99 print & digital
The second novel featuring small New England town of Harvest Cove, where the residents know that Emma Henry likes things nice and orderly—but everyone has to let loose sometimes…
Event planner Emma Henry is used to focusing all her attention on reaching her goals and letting romance fall by the wayside. But when her sister Sam’s bachelorette party prompts the most tightly-wound Henry to let her hair down, Emma’s night ends with the entire town linking her to a man who could lay waste to anyone’s best-laid plans.
Army vet Seth Andersen thought that joining the police department in sleepy Harvest Cove would offer a quiet, normal life. But when he finds himself responsible for uptight Emma Henry at the end of her wildest night ever, his world turns unexpectedly complicated—and he’s surprised to discover he doesn’t mind at all…
Looking for a book with great character growth, and relevance to our busy lives? Then look no further than Kendra Leigh Castle's Every Little Kiss. The book is so relatable because most of us have experienced work/life imbalance. We do something that gets our life out of kilter and end up with no life outside of work—just like Emma Henry —although most of us are not quite as rigid or as much of a perfectionist as Emma. But that is what makes this Before/After picture so rewarding.