"What I really love about this tale is how the characters grow and develop as the story progresses. Almost all the characters are in their teenage years, which the author portrayed realistically. (…) Here, we can see how the characters struggle and overcome difficulties to become the better version of themselves." Levicorpvs Blog.
Kiss him. Don't fall in love.
Break a spell with a kiss. Karina has heard and seen enough weird stuff for this request to sound legit.
At 16, Karina has a shot at adventure—and an odd first kiss—when she's called to Whyland, a kingdom in another dimension, to save a guy she barely knows. Why her? No clue, but she's happy to help, and kissing Sian isn't torture, even if he isn't to be trusted. Karina's smart enough not to fall in love—or at least to tell herself not to.
Once in Whyland, she realizes that risking a broken heart is the smallest of her problems. Karina will need to stand between and ancient darkness and the kingdom. But what hope does she have against mysterious powers when she can't even control her own heart?
If you like fantasy and adventure with romance and a hint of humor, start reading Kissing magic now!
This novel is recommended for readers 13 and older. This is book 2 in Portals to Whyland but you can jump straight into it without having read book 1.