Brooklyn and Dallas have been together ever since the night six months ago when they kissed under the stars on top of Dallas' old trampoline. They spent that summer planning their life together in college. But things haven't quite gone as planned, and their relationship ... well, it kind of isn't... show more
Brooklyn and Dallas have been together ever since the night six months ago when they kissed under the stars on top of Dallas' old trampoline. They spent that summer planning their life together in college. But things haven't quite gone as planned, and their relationship ... well, it kind of isn't going at all. Brooklyn is terrified that Valentine's Day will be his last chance to convince Dallas to stay.Kiss Me Quick is a collection of short and sweet stories from authors familiar and new, celebrating the season of love. Come and enjoy these tales of misunderstandings, lonely singles, pining lovers, and so much more! Because if there is one thing that is never in doubt, it's that LT3 knows the way to your heart, and these stories are a straight shot.
Publish date: February 8th 2012
Publisher: Less Than Three Press
Pages no: 17
Edition language: English
Series: Bridges (#2)
Six months after their first kiss Dallas and Brooklyn are busy at college. What is Dallas hiding so that Brooklyn don't get to see him a lot even though they share the same dorm room?Nice little sequel to the original story. And oh so romantic!My review to [bc:Bridges|11989858|Bridges (Bridges, #1)|...
2.5 starsStupid, stupid boys!Would it have hurt if Dallas had been open with B. from the beginning? Those lies and evasiveness are har for me to forgive. And the hard work he obviously put in this does not in any way mean he chose the right way about this. And Brooklyn was in the wrong for not facin...
It's a sweet short story that takes place 6 months after Bridges, but instead of reading from Dallas POV, readers get to read from Brooklyn's POV. I thought it was a good read. We didn't get to see a lot of emotional play from Brooklyn in Bridges so this was a nice change.
2.5 starsWhile I like Bridges (which is a free short story) very much, the sequel doesn't really live up to its predecessor. I am having issue with it, similar to what Arthur Bedwyr mentions on his review. One, the "secret" that Dallas keeps from Brooklyn is NOT a simple thing. (Dallas ends up renti...