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Three Kisses, One Midnight: A Book Review

Three Kisses, One Midnight was such a cute story involving three best friends at a Halloween party. Although this YA book is intended for a much younger audience than I am used to, after a couple of chapters, I began to really appreciate how all three stories were able to magically interweave within each other. The main and secondary characters were fun to get to know and they were all written very well. I especially enjoyed the element of friendship as the underlying thread of the book and the possibility of love when you least expect it.

The various narrators were great; making this a fun audiobook to listen to.

If you’re looking for the perfect YA novel to get you into the Halloween spirit, this is the book for you!

Thank you Wednesday Books for the gifted copy and Macmillan Audio for the advanced listener's copy. Thoughts expressed in this review are completely my own.


Book Description

The town of Moon Ridge was founded 400 years ago and everyone born and raised there knows the legend of the young woman who perished at the stroke of twelve that very same night, losing the life she was set to embark on with her dearest love. Every century since, one day a year, the Lady of Moon Ridge descends from the stars to walk among the townsfolk, conjuring an aura upon those willing to follow their hearts’ desires.

“To summon joy and love in another’s soul

For a connection that makes two people whole

For laughter and a smile that one can never miss

Sealed before midnight with a truehearted kiss.”

This year at Moon Ridge High, a group of friends known as The Coven will weave art, science, and magic during a masquerade ball unlike any other. Onny, True, and Ash believe everything is in alignment to bring them the affection, acceptance, and healing that can only come from romance—with a little help from Onny’s grandmother’s love potion.

But nothing is as simple as it first seems. And as midnight approaches, The Coven learn that it will take more than a spell to recognize those who offer their love and to embrace all the magic that follows.

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