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A Kiss Like This (The Kiss And Make Up Series Book 3) by [Ney, Sara]
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This novel, along with all others in this series, is a standalone with no cliffhanger. You're welcome.


She will never be “that” girl. You know the one: that girl on campus, confident in her own skin. Always saying the right things. Putting herself out there. Knows how to talk to a guy without stammering.

Nope. Shy but clever, and easily embarrassed, Abby is fine being the wallflower in her circle of outgoing, beautiful friends; she would rather read about a sexy book boyfriend than actually have a live, breathing one.


Star goaltender for the University’s hockey team, Caleb is quiet and broody, preferring the solitude of his orderly, regimented life. He doesn’t like, or need people—and plans to keep it that way. One more year left of hockey and he’ll be long gone.


Both their lives change the day that Abigail falls for Caleb. Well, falls directly on top of him, to be accurate. Because sometimes we don’t settle into love.

We fall there.

WARNING: This book contains cursing, and LOTS of it. It also has sex, uncomfortable and often awkward situations. Not to mention, the secondary characters say some really inappropriate s**t. Not intended for readers under 17

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  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • File Size: 3131 KB
  • Print Length: 320 pages
  • Simultaneous Device Usage: Unlimited
  • Publisher: Sara Ney, LLC.; 3 edition (31 May 2015)
  • Sold by: Amazon Australia Services, Inc.
  • Language: English
  • Text-to-Speech: Enabled
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  • Word Wise: Enabled
  • Screen Reader: Supported
  • Enhanced Typesetting: Enabled
  • Average Customer Review: 4.3 out of 5 stars 4 customer reviews
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #35,758 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)

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I LOVE this book. As a former super shy/awkward person I relate to so much of what Abby feels... At times probably too much haha. The author has this gift for capturing the experience of each character like they're a real person. They're awkward and raw and uncertain... And it's just seems all the more relatable. Not going to lie, at times I wanted to punch their friends because of their insensitivity but apart from that I really enjoyed the ride so well worth the money. Definitely read the books in order though coz there's tons of spoilers throughout... Hope she writes another!
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By Trisha Harris on 19 September 2015
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As much as I enjoyed this book and it kept me interested the language annoyed me. The rarely used "large" words that were added to give it a sophisticated flare just seemed out of place and totally against the age and personalities of the characters in the book. There were also so many mistakes. Maybe less thesaurus use and more editing? With that said I did enjoy this author and I'm hoping the next book will be better with less errors.
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By Amazon Customer TOP 1000 REVIEWER on 18 November 2016
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I really enjoyed this book. All kinds of awkward all the time but funny and smart, well written.
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Fabulous book, recommend
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars 4 Stars for "A KISS LIKE THIS 8 October 2016
By melinda ives - Published on
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4 Stars for "a kiss like this." This book should be a young Adult contemporary fiction. But even at that 21 year olds and seniors in college
Shouldn't have the characters acting like SEVENTEEN YEAR OLD kids. Like
They do in this story. It was good other than that, and I liked the book.
But here is a big issue I had with this book. Abby is refreshing, but this story told ABSOLUTELY NOTHING ABOUT HER FAMILY AT ALL. NO MENTION OF siblings or where she grew up.
In this story just appears at a party with her friends, and spends the night
In her cousins room. It was like she had no prior life be for this night. At All. But lo and behold she's a VIRGIN.
Unbelievable totally unreal not true to life at all.
Caleb is painted in the story with Parent's, they interact over dinner.
But nada from ABBYS FAMILY. That part of the story was a huge void messing any knowledge of Abbys parents or siblings. Mater of factly in story it never tells you what ABBY is studying or what she's getting her
Degree in. But again the story tells what Caleb is studying, what his degree is in, and that he plans on pre-law and being a Corp. Lawyer.
But no mention of Abbys dreams or desires of her future dreams, or plans.
So yeah the all being left out made ABBYs story kind-of falls flat. Thus the
four Stars. And with all that missing in the book, I should rate it a solid 3 STARS.
HOWEVER I HAVE THE BOOK A 4 star rating because of the secondary
Character, a friend of Calebs named "CUBBY." And what a character is he, he crass, a total d-bag. But oh my gosh is he the most funniest kid ever.
I laughed and laughed, my eyes water so much I couldn't see to read too many times too count cause the things that comes out of Cubbys mouth.
This this first time I ever read a book where the LEADING guy in the book doesn't know how to get his GIRL OFF. I mean she waits 21 years to have SEX, and their not enough foreplay to get her off.
I get she was a VIRGIN, but just shoves it in ALL THE WAY. THE whole thing is over be for they get into it. Caleb gets his O. But the poor girl is left sore and never had an orgasm. Sad. Real Sad. I felt so sorry for the
Poor girl. Like I said a lot of this story just feel FLAT FOR ME.
I am a romantic at heart so I kept reading and hoping for just...MORE.
But I like the story cause the characters were good people.
Would I read it again. NO.
THIS story would be ok for seventeen year olds, NOT Adults SORRY.
2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Looking for something light and fun to make you smile? 4 June 2015
By Anne-Marie Mogensen - Published on
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This is the third book in the Kiss and Make Up series and it gives us a good look into the awkwardness that is Abby. We have briefly met her in the previous books where she in my opinion came off as a bit aloof...but in this book we find out that she is just really shy and socially awkward.

And then she meets Caleb...basically it's a bit like "Hey pot, meet kettle", as these two are so alike. Caleb barely speaks and when he does, it's with a tendency to put his foot in his mouth! He's so adorable insecure and confident at the same time and I pretty much just wanted to hug him and pinch his cheek one minute and then jump him the next.

A Kiss like This is a feel-good love story and I for one love those. It's impossible not to fall in love with this awkward pai as they figure out how to be a couple. If you're in the mood for smiling, laughing and feeling light, then this is the book you need to one-click.
2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Introverts Unite! 18 June 2015
By Leslie McAdam - Published on
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I don’t think I have ever read a romance novel about two introverts. One introvert, yes, and honestly, the introvert is normally the girl. Quiet, shy, inexperienced, doesn’t know that she’s pretty, and gets pursued by a guy who knows what he is doing. That’s a good type of book.
But here, both the girl and the guy are introverts. And awkward. And don’t quite know what they are doing. But they know that they are into each other. And it’s adorable. Sexy too.
That two-introvert dynamic makes this book work. This book got under my skin because (newsflash), I’m an introvert. I liked Abby’s genuine shyness, but she had a backbone. She’s just not into crowds and being used or being a skank. But she knows what she likes and is brave.
Caleb—holy smokes. Actually, smoking hot, with a gorgeous athlete’s body, but with Clark Kent nerd glasses. Um, yes, I’ll take him. And he’s quiet. Reserved. Serious. And yes, awkward, but not a geek and not as inexperienced as Abby is.
Bravo to the author for shaking things up a bit with different types of characters. You genuinely want them to get together, to figure out that they are into each other, and to figure out how to have a relationship.
Oh, and it’s hot too. Great summer book.
5.0 out of 5 stars I do believe this has become my favorite NA series 9 July 2015
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Sara Ney's writing is so SPOT on for me. The characters leap at you. I never want to put her books down, and I hate when they end. All three books are so special in their own way as far as the romance goes. But what I love is the humor. Her writing is fun and fresh. The relationships aren't angsty in a depressing way, more in a funny way, and I seriously love that. I don't want to wait until the end of a book to smile. I want to be able to smile all the way through. The writer's love of writing and creating stories is so apparent all the way through her books, that's what I want to feel as I read; that the author loves her craft.
3.0 out of 5 stars Conflict? 1 December 2016
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Every story must have a conflict, and a good story has a good conflict. My main problem with this story is the way it ended. Why do authors feel the need to have characters break up (it wasn't for long, but still) in order to have a conflict? The characters were cute, sweet even, though even introverted people feel comfortable around their significant others. I think the two main characters had great potential and I loved that for once the guy is not a cocky athlete (spoiler: I would've liked it better if he had been a virgin too). I recommend it because I think the characters are different than the obvious trope, I just thought it ended too quickly. My three stars are based solely on the overreaction that was supposed to serve as the conflict of their relationship. Also, if typos bother you (they don't bother me), be warned, because there are a few.

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