Review: Kissing Her Enemy (Pine Falls, #2) by Coleen Kwan

Kissing Her Enemy (Pine Falls, #2)

Synopsis

Amber Miller has worked hard to get her small business thriving. Now the Wright family wants to tear down her store to put up a mega centre. What's even worse, the guy who broke her heart in high school is the new CEO of Wright Inc. He’s just as infuriating now—and just as tempting—as he was back then, but she isn't giving up without a fight.

Logan Wright is back in Pine Falls for one reason: to turn his dad’s failing company around. His plans should put them on the upswing. But he didn’t count on Amber Miller standing in his way, as fiery and stubborn as she was years ago. And the more time he spends with her, the harder it is to resist falling for her again. The only problem is he's everything she doesn't want.

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It's a great read. I loved both Logan and Amber. They've perfect chemistry. Story is also good. As far as contemporary romances goes this one is quite good.

Amber owns a hardware stone in a small town. Now her livelihood is threatened by Logan Wright who wants to build a mega store in this small town. He wants to buy her out. She can move her store but with a mega store hers small store will not survive. So there is only one option, she must fight him. Mega store must not be built. Unfortunately, things will not be easy for her. Because Logan is rich and his family has influence. She on the other hand comes from wrong side of track. She can't fight this battle in Logan's world. It doesn't mean she will give it up... There is another problem, as soon as she see Logan again after all these years she realises that the attraction they felt for each other when they were teenagers is still there. So not only she has to fight for her business but also for heart... Logan cannot break it once again.

Logan was never been able to forget Amber. She is hot headed and temperamental but she is also irresistible. As much as business matter to him, he must admit that Amber matters more. But with his father's failing health, his mother's disapproval, their past and present rivalry, winning her over might not be easy. In any case he is going to try, maybe she feels the same about him...

It's an interesting story, well-written, and full of drama. Although it was a bit predictable but then most contemporary romances are. ;) I enjoyed reading it and will recommend to anyone who likes a good romance novel.