Pine Valley: Until We Kissed by Heather B. Moore

December 5, 2018 | 2 Comments
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Pine Valley: Until We Kissed by Heather B. MooreUntil We Kissed
Author: Heather B. Moore
Series: Pine Valley #6
Genres: Contemporary Romance
Format: eBook, Print
Pages: 153
Date: December 4, 2018
Publisher: Mirror Press

Livvy knows Dr. Slade McKinney is the perfect man for her, but when she keeps running into Mason, Livvy discovers fate has a different plan.

Pine Valley librarian Livvy Harmon has big dreams, which include marrying Dr. Slade McKinney. Trouble is, he’s only kissed her once in their four months of dating, and it wasn’t all that great. But Livvy isn’t ready to give up yet on hooking such an amazing man, even though Slade seems to have time for everyone but her.

When Livvy keeps running into writer Mason Rowe, who seems to be camping out in her library to finish his book under strict orders from his agent, Livvy at first keeps him at arm’s length. But the more their friendship grows, the more she finds that her dream relationship with her doctor boyfriend isn’t so dreamy after all.

Rating: Mild. Mild kissing.


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About Heather B. Moore

Heather B. Moore

Heather B. Moore is a USA Today bestselling author of more than a dozen historical novels and thrillers, written under pen name H.B. Moore. She writes women’s fiction, romance and inspirational non-fiction under Heather B. Moore.

2 responses to “Pine Valley: Until We Kissed by Heather B. Moore

  1. Maria

    4.5 Stars

    Update: I just listened to the audio book and thought the narrator, Xe Sands, did a wonderful job. It was as enjoyable to listen to as it was to read. Good audio book.


    I really enjoyed this story. I couldn’t figure out the attraction between Slade and Livvy at all. On either side. Livvy is obsessed with marrying a doctor and that is the only thing that makes him likable. I think Moore does a good job of showing that Slade is generally a good guy but not ready for an actual relationship. I mean, they have been dating for months and he kissed her one time. And then not again. Usually once you kiss, you continue to have kisses. He didn’t seem to crave her or her company. He is too involved in his work. But maybe someday when he meets the right person it will be okay. I loved how he wants to convince Livvy that she comes first with him and then answers his phone.

    Livvy’s obsession with Doctors could have ruined her life really. Unless she found one that wasn’t married to his work. I was glad she figured it out before it was too late.

    I really liked Mason. There were obvious sparks between Mason and Livvy. A much better choice for Livvy.

    I was relieved with the ending. I was afraid that it would go a different way. Still a happily ever after but just different. The way it was written was perfect for their HEA. This book could be the premise for a Hallmark movie. Feel good style where everything ends up how you want it to.

    No sex or violence
    Language: a little, mild.

  2. 5 Stars!

    A story involving a librarian and a writer, just seems right to me, so needless to say I was hooked from the start on Until We Kissed and it has become one of my favorite books (especially in this Pine Valley series).

    Until We Kissed had me laughing, cringing, and smiling so much (even had me tearing up a few times). I was so excited to read about Livvy after being introduced to her in Felicity’s story. Growing up so many girls have dreams of who they are going to marry, what their kids will be like, etc. It was so fun and refreshing to see that taken with some twists into this story, and Heather B. Moore did a lovely job with that. I think that is truly my favorite part about this book, sometimes as we grow older, dreams need to be adjusted.

    I also loved seeing a different side to Felicity in this story, it was fun to see their friendship grow, hilarious moments ensue, and also to see how supportive they are of each other but how they also can say it as it is. Only part that I wasn’t thrilled with in this story is some of the relationship elements that I typically avoid in stories, however, it seemed to be okay in this one and I really enjoyed the story enough to give it a 5 star rating.

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