Review: Supernaturally Kissed by Stacey Kennedy

Supernaturally Kissed by Stacey Kennedy
Series: Frostbite (# 1)
Release Date: December 29, 2011
Publisher:  Ellora’s Cave
Pages: 170
Source:  ebook provided by the author



Ghosts harass and annoy Tess to save their souls. Sometimes she helps them. Other times she ignores them. But one ghost will give her no choice.

Kipp, a former cop with the Memphis Police Department, will stop at nothing to gain her help, including using his ghostly charms to seduce her.

Tess must help solve the five-year-old cold case of Hannah Reid’s disappearance, because solving the case will save Kipp. But a bigger problem presents itself. Tess is falling in love with a ghost. Now she must decide. Keep Kipp forever, or find the killer.

Blush sensuality level: This is a sensual romance (may have explicit love scenes, but not erotic in frequency or type).


Review: I totally fell in love with this book. I read it super fast and was so glad I had the second book in the series. It was unlike anything I’ve read before in that and I so want to be Tess if I can have a ghost lover like Kipp. From the very first sentence I was hooked and loved the world building and how all the characters interacted. They were very quirky and different. I really liked how Tess was a bit laid back and boring compared to her best friend, Caley, who was a bit bossy and over-the-top.

Tess, is a girl who has always kept her feelings buried until she meets Kipp. He haunts her till she agrees to help him from who murdered him. What makes their love story so different is that he’s a ghost and she’s human. She can’t touch him and he can’t touch her. They make it work in a way that is super sweet and hot at the same time.

I will definitely be downloading the rest of Stacey Kennedy’s books because I’m completely hooked. I’m very anxious to read the second book in the series to find out what new adventures and foibles Tess can get into as the new member of the Memphis police.


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