New Release & Review- Kiss Me Tonight by Maria Luis.

I had it all.
The Super Bowl rings.
The hot shot TV gig.
Then I got fired.
Now I’m living in
middle-of-nowhere Maine, playing assistant coach to the woman of my nightmares.
Did I mention that she
and her son are my new neighbors?
If you talk to the
locals, they’ll tell you Aspen Levi is the queen of high school football.
But if you ask me, my new head coach is a pain in my left nut sac.
She’s too blonde.
Too peppy.
And way too sexy for my
peace of mind.
Only, one minute we’re
fighting, and the next I can’t keep my hands off her. One hot kiss. One
forbidden touch. I don’t do love but . . .
What I want, I take, and
what I want is Aspen Levi.
Multi Review
⭐️Marie’s Review⭐️

I loved Dominic in Hold Me Today and was excited to get his story. Maria Luis did not disappoint with this book. It has all the feels, some humor and lots of heat. The chemistry between Dominic and Aspen was off the charts.

Aspen is a character that everyone could look up to. A strong woman with some difficulties in her past, she is making her way in a male dominated field. A single mom that not only cares for her son, but those around her.

Dominic is swoon worthy. As we slowly learn the pieces that have made his life what it is, it makes you want to cheer him on. His concern for those around him was striking.

Brilliant writing, outstanding characters and an excellent story line make this a page turning must read. 5 Stars #2OCCMS

⭐️Gemma’s Review⭐️

This is the first book I have read by this author and it won’t be the last. I enjoyed the way that the author wrote this story, really exploring the emotions that the characters feel on their pasts and the way their pasts have shaped who they are today.

Aspen was a strong heroine in the story that was different from other female characters in stories. the love she had for the game of football really made her stand out.

Dominic was the sexy alpha male that had a hard time of things recently causing him to try to close himself off from others. It was obvious though how much he did care for Aspen and her son during the story with the way he kept worrying about them and wanting to see them.

The chemistry and connection between the characters were instant in the story but because of their pasts caused them to deny the attraction between them. I found it was an enjoyable story and would recommend this to anyone looking for a slow burn type of reading.

⭐️Jessica’s Review⭐️

I love that Aspen wasn’t your typical heroine. Her love for football and wanting to do her own thing was so inspiring. I love seeing women in roles that always seem to be filled by men. She also totally rocked it.

Both Dominic and Aspen have issues from their past that kept them distant but I was quickly able to connect with them both on different levels. I loved that they helped each other heal but also worked on them selves.

I would classify this as a slow burn with a fast paced feel to it. It was light drama and mainly dealt with these characters overcoming their own issues. Once these characters opened their lines of communication we got to see different sides of them and it was fun to see. This is my first book buy this author and I do plan to read more. The writing style was fresh with a great balance between internal dialogue and character interaction. 4 stars #2OCCJD



Maria Luis is the author of sexy contemporary
romances, though she may or may not have a few historical romances hiding
in the cobwebs of her computer.
When she’s not writing about strong men and the sassy
women who sweep them off their feet, Maria is a historian who specializes
in medieval England and 19th century New Orleans. What do the two eras
have in common, you ask? Not much, except for disease, scandalous activities
and crime–Maria’s favorite topics.
Maria lives in New Orleans with her better half, where
she can generally be found hiking with her two dogs, Zeus and Athena, kayaking
in Louisiana’s inter-coastal waterways, or curled up on the couch with a good

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