“A Thousand Boy Kisses” by Tillie Cole, reviewed by Fantareadsandreviews
Format: Kindle Edition
Date of publication: 2016
Publisher: Tillie Cole Ltd.; 1st edition
Number of pages: 288
Genre: Romance, Fiction, Contemporary Romance
When Poppy’s family moves from Norway next door to Rune’s at the age of 5, the two meet. As soon as the two met, they were inseparable until, when Rune’s father’s job sent the family back to Norway, Poppy and Rune were fifteen years old. The news that Rune’s family had to move away devastated both Rune and Poppy. Poppy stopped contacting Rune after two months. Rune is determined to find out why Poppy stopped answering his calls and returning his calls two years later when his family returns to the same house. However, Rune is no longer the same boy Poppy knew and neither is Poppy.
This book put me in a feeling that I couldn’t escape. When I first started reading this book, I didn’t think I would be crying in the prologue. I wasn’t even one chapter in and it got me in my feelings. Yeah, I read other books where I did cry at some point, but this was my first book where I started crying right in the beginning.
The emotions, the characters, the plot, and the settings were just phenomenal. The only thing that I was disappointed with was the ending. I wished the author could have re-made the ending and made it a happy ending.
The epilogue did satisfy me in the end. But with Rune and Poppy, everything just makes sense. I truly believe soulmates exist after reading this book.
Go read this book because it was such a pleasure reading it. Not only is there romance but there is more focus than romance.
Also, check out the trigger warnings before you read it!
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