Kiss and Don’t Tell was an EPIC introduction to this new world, teeming with witty banter, quirky characters, laughs, feels, and a slow-burn only Meghan Quinn can deliver.
The prologue had me hook, line, and sinker. Pacey is a goalie, and as it’s the off-season he and his teammates are getting some well deserved rest and relaxation with the peaceful view of the Canadian Rocky Mountains. The dynamics of the friends captivated me, each with a quirkiness that makes them as intriguing as they were beguiling.
Pacey was a blend of cocky, charming, and sweet. He just had an air about him that made others feel comfortable in his presence. I adored him, and he had me falling head over heels in love with him right along with Winnie. Once you meet him, you’ll understand, he is my number one pick for swoony sports romance book boyfriend of the year.
Winnie is my most favorite type of heroine, she was a bit reserved, endearingly quirky, witty, and a tendency to accidentally say things she didn’t mean to. She had recently been through a rough time and she was on an adventure to find herself. Although she had reason to be angry at the world, she wasn’t and I admired her all the more for it, she had an incredible spirit.
A connection was immediate between Winnie and Pacey, they shared moments, looks, banter, and small touches, each one deepening the connection they shared, they didn’t need to tell, their tangible chemistry sent vibrations through the atmosphere.
Kiss and Don’t Tell was utterly spellbinding, a besetting blend of soul-searing chemistry, a swoony alpha hero, a sweet heroine, rife with laughter, scintillating banter, sprinkles of feels, and a tension-filled slow-burn that will likely melt kindles.
I can’t wait to spend more time inside this world, from the dynamics I’ve seen so far the Vancouver Agitators are shaping up to become my new favorite bromance.