The Kiss is a fun, lighthearted read, although it can be a tad bit confusing at times. It’s full of British humor and lots of drama.
We begin with Delilah kissing a cute boy on a moonlit beach in France. When she returns home, Delilah is ready to start college with her best friend, Tabby. Drama ensues when Delilah convinces Tabby she needs to kiss a boy, other than her boyfriend, at a party. Now it’s up to Delilah to fix Tabby and her now ex-boyfriend’s relationship.
The plot moves at a very fast pace, and I ended up reading through the book very quickly. The drama is entertaining, and kept me flipping the pages until the end. The book is full of comedy, and I was laughing quite a bit throughout it. I also liked that the characters had flaws and weren’t perfect, which made them somewhat relatable.
This book is definitely a teen romance, and I was rooting for Delilah and Jem to get together from the start. They’re cute, and I really liked reading the scenes they had together.
Overall, I did like the book. It was an enjoyable, quick, and easy read.
*This ARC was provided to me by the publisher through NetGalley in exchange for a honest review.*