RELEASE BLITZ & REVIEW — Fairytale Kisses By Kim Bailey

Title: Fairytale Kisses
Series: Here & Now #2
Author: Kim Bailey
Genre: Contemporary Romance
Release Date: October 5, 2017



A hopeless romantic.
A disheartened cynic. 
An unforgettable kiss. 

Caleb Anderson believes in fairy tales. At least, he wants to.
Despite battling cancer, defeating death, and an overprotective family; he believes in promises of forever, enchanted encounters, and love at first sight. He knows his perfect girl is out there …
If only he could find her.

Zadie Fisher doesn’t believe in love. At least, she doesn’t want to.
Despite undeniable attraction, second chances, and resurrected hope; she doesn’t believe in soulmates, true love, or happily ever after. Not anymore. She knows falling in love is a mistake …
If only she could avoid it.

But fate has a funny way of twisting things, and some mistakes are destined to be made. 

Most fairy tales start with Once Upon A Time …
This one starts with a kiss.




99c for release day only
Available on these platforms for today only
(Fairytale Kisses will be free in Kindle Unlimited from October 6)



99c for today only
Last chance to buy on these platforms
(Complex Kisses will be free in Kindle Unlimited from October 6)


Last chance to buy on these platforms
(Illicit Kisses will be free in Kindle Unlimited from October 6)



Kim Bailey is a born procrastinator and sarcasm junkie who gets her motivation from coffee and good books. She enjoys lively conversations, usually with imaginary people, and can often be found staring wistfully into space. 

Her novels are emotional, sexy, contemporary romances with strong women, broken alphas, and a kinky beta or two–all of them, fiercely passionate.omen, broken
alphas, and a kinky beta or two–all of them, fiercely passionate.




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descriptiondescriptiondescriptionGood cover on this one. Great representation of the characters. Good composition and title work.description


descriptionMan, I have had some books the past few days that have been hard to review because I love certain aspects of them but am turned off by others. It was the same case with this book. The writing was FANTASTIC. The pace was perfect. The plot was engaging, and it kept me turning the pages. No OW/OM drama. I wouldn’t say there was a ton of angst, but the heroine does push/pull the hero away for 80% of the book which got a bit tiresome after awhile. It was a slow burn with no sex until 80%. There is really only one secondary character, and she was intriguing. Apparently, she features in Illicit Kisses and will get her own full story in the next book Broken Kisses 
descriptionI ADORED the hero (21 and a virgin). He was PERFECT. He was sweet. He was charming. He was real and honest and was in from the word go. And therein lies my sole problem with this book. Perfect hero+reluctant herione=frustration. I did not like Zadie AT ALL (29 not a virgin). She was whiney. She was bitchy. She was self-centered. She pushed the hero away for WAY too long. I just never warmed up to her. After the bathroom scene, I was done with her, and I wanted Caleb to wash his hands of her and move the hell on. Once she stopped pushing away she became much better but like I said that didn’t happen until 80%, so it was a little too late by then. Lastly, this was all wrapped up in a few sweet “weeks later” snippets.

I am going to go with four stars for this one because I basically loved everything BUT the heroine. Had the push/pull not lasted so long I most likely would have given this a five star rating. Even so, this still gets a solid two thumbs up from yours truly.description


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