Book Title: Kiss and ’Telle?
Author: Nadine C. Keels
Length: 100 pages
Official Release Date: May 18, 2020


If only this type of thing were as easy as it looks in chick flicks.

Ever since her college days, Chantelle has had growing feelings for Dennis, a swaggering and smart geek-at-heart who’s got romance coming out of his ears. At least, he talks as if he’s mastered the art of dating, but how would Chantelle know if it’s true? She’s never gotten to experience Dennis as anything more than a close friend.

But wait! A huge opportunity comes along that could impact both their personal and professional lives. This may lead to the perfect time for Chantelle to tell Dennis what he means to her.

It may also be time for some of Chantelle’s own words about love to come back to bite her.


My review

Kiss and ‘Telle is about two friends,Dennis and Chantelle.
Both of them are attracted to each other,giving themselves green lights but not yet bold to admit how much they love each other.
I find their conversations amusing.

This is a novella with two central characters. It is a contemporary romance with 8 chapters.

Imagine being in love with your best friend and you wish he can notice you more as a woman instead of just his friend?

I must admit,while reading this book,I was reminded of those Black American movies where they speak so fast and make false threats.

In all,this is a good book if you’re looking for something light with lots of conversations.

I love Chantelle’s conversation with her best friend, Alexis. I think every lady needs an Alexis in her life not for some pity party but just to listen and be there.

I was provided a free copy of this book by the author. All opinions in this review are my own.

About the Author

Author Nadine C. Keels

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Author Nadine C. Keels

Nadine. A French name, meaning, “hope.”
With her lifelong passion for life-enriching fiction, Nadine C. Keels enjoys reading and writing everything from short stories to novels. Her fiction works include Love Unfeigned and The Movement of Crowns Series, and select pieces of her lyrical poetry can be found on her spoken word album, Hope. Lyricized. Through her books and her blog (Prismatic Prospects), Nadine aims to spark hope and inspiration in as many people as she is privileged to reach.

“My aspiration is for my words to help people: to bring hope, to change minds, to expand imagination, to provide entertainment, and to save lives—as other authors’ words have done for me.”

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