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Blog Tour, My Review, Excerpt, Giveaway for Every Kiss By Tasha Ivey


After witnessing Makenna’s journey to find herself again, Callie is reminded of her own struggles with love. No, Wes wasn’t always the easy going guy that he is today. He was moody and unpredictable in the worst of ways, and she was certain to call him out on it every chance she got. Looking back, she’s amazed at how much their lives have changed since they met.

Before tragedy shook them to the very core of their lives. Before her dream career began. And before Wes wasn’t a broody jerk with a closet full of personalities.

Yes, just four years ago, everything was different…

Makenna and Shane are just a couple of lovesick college students, and Callie is doing her best to keep up with the demands of her junior year. Life is boring, and she is totally fine with that. But boring flies right out the window the day Makenna cons Callie into helping with Shane’s brother’s birthday party. She expects a gangly pimple-faced teenager, but Wes is far from it. He is temperamental and opinionated, but he is also incredibly hot and thoroughly enjoys pushing her buttons. And she pushes his right back.

Even though their undeniable attraction draws them to one another, Wes is clear with Callie about one thing. Relationships are off limits. Friendship is all he has to offer, unless of course, Callie is willing to add a few benefits to that. He works hard to keep the reasons for his aversion hidden, but secrets have a way of making themselves known sometimes, no matter how deep you bury them.

Two of those secrets hold the key to unlocking Wes’ fears of the ultimate betrayal. And the other secret has Callie falling even deeper than she ever dreamed.

But she’s unsure of one thing . . . is she enough to save him from himself?

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Finally deciding I’m too tired to go across again, I quickly change over to the hot tub. The water is much hotter than the pool, so it stings slightly as I sink slowly onto the seat.
“Ahhh.” It feels that good.
“You’re a kidnapper’s dream come true. You know that?”
I slosh water everywhere as I turn toward the voice. “And you’re my worst nightmare. Why do you keep popping up and scaring the life out of me?” My eyes finally focus on the figure in the chair just across from the hot tub. Wes sits in total darkness but the glow from the water reflects onto the bottle in his hand.
“Sorry,” he offers a sincere apology, sitting forward so that the light illuminates his face. “I saw you walk past my room, so I followed you to see what you were up to.”
I sink to my neck in the water, not wanting him to see me in my revealing bikini. Again. “You mean you’ve been out here all this time?”
“Yep. Which brings me back to my point. You really should be more aware of your surroundings. You don’t ever know who’s watching you. You can’t be too careful, you know.”
I scowl at him. “Babysitting me again, huh?”
“No. Just a friendly observation.” He stands and places his nearly empty bottle on the table next to him, reaching behind him to pull his shirt over his head and opening the front of his jeans. “You don’t mind if I join you, do you?”
“It’s your house.” Don’t look at him. Don’t look at him.
“My parents’ house,” he corrects. He shoves his jeans down his legs and steps out of the pile of denim, leaving only his boxer briefs behind.
Oops, I looked. I freaking looked. And now I can’t stop looking. I didn’t think he could possibly be hotter than in those clothes he had on today. I never thought I’d have the opportunity to see what’s underneath. I had it right earlier today when I compared him to a Greek statue, but this time I’m seeing it all. Well, except I never saw boxer briefs on any of the statues, they usually didn’t have . . . oh damn, I just looked at his package. Close your eyes, Callie. Abort. Abort!
“See something you like, sweetheart?” He snickers, mocking me with the same statement he made to me this afternoon. 

 My 5 Star  Review :

When I started this series I loved Sawyer in Every Breath. I still love Sawyer, but after reading Every Kiss and seeing the struggles that Wes went through and the way he came out on top of those struggles I can honestly say that I love Wes more than Sawyer.

If you have not read this series, you need to read Every Breath first to fully understand Every Kiss.

I LOVED Wes and Callie in Every Breath and I KNEW without a shadow of a doubt that I was going to fall in love with them both even more in Every Kiss. Tasha took a couple and gave us their life. How they met, how they worked through struggles and how they came out on top of the world in the end.

The love that Callie showed and the help she gave to Wes throughout it all amazed me. She truly loved that man with all of her heart.

Wes, oh Wes, the struggles he went through. The tough guy act he tried to uphold, when it started to crumble around him my heart broke for that tough as nails man.

I loved every heart breaking, loving, laughable moment of their story. I loved how Tasha sucked me right in and had me dying to turn pages to see how it all played out.

Shane, I need to touch on Shane. It was AMAZING to have a piece of him in this story. I loved how Tasha brought in the parts with them all in college and a little bit more of his and Mak’s relationship was given to us.

I will say if you have not read this series you are truly missing out. This is an amazing series. Tasha has a writing style very unique and she knows how to pull the reader in and keep you engrossed all the way through. 

"I know exactly how you feel because it's there in every kiss." 
                                                               Author Bio:

Tasha Ivey is a literature fanatic, whose love for the written word fostered her development into the writer she has become. A lover of an extremely erratic mixture of literature, she has been influenced by authors from Jane Austen and E.M. Forster to Charlaine Harris and Alyson Noel. But her biggest influence and literary hero? Nicholas Sparks. Aside from writing, since she doesn't have anything other than a shriveled up prune on the left side of her brain, she prefers to spend her time being creative in other ways like painting, cake decorating, and various types of crafts. That is, if the constant voices streaming through her head allow her to stop making up stories for a while. Lucky for her, she has a huge supportive family, including her amazing husband and two kids, who doesn't complain too much when she hangs out with her characters more than she does with them. Sophie, the dog, however . . . she does complain. A lot.

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