Monday, 27 June 2011

Your Best Lips Now (not by Joel Osteen)

Ha ha!!

Thanks for reading. This original post has vanished and may soon reappear. It was a humorous look at what I think are three of the most memorable smooch-scenes from three different novels, why they worked and posed the final questions, "What kills it for you?" and "What makes it work?"

They come from the following:
1) Arabian Winds by Linda Chaikin (the kiss that was almost a kiss),
2) The Pirate & His Lady by Linda Chaikin (the kiss that changed his mind for the better),
3) Kissing Adrien by Siri Mitchell (read it to appreciate it because this is the best ever).

I'd love to know what you think constitutes everyone's favourite scene. Hmmm... Wonder why kisses are so important...?

In the meantime, if you have any favourite comments about your favourite scenes from any novel, please leave a comment. I'd be stoked to know about it ;)

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