When Leila Hunt is swept off her feet by a ninja at a New Year's Eve costume party, she has no idea who the masked man is—but after he disappears into the night, she’s determined to find him. When the clock struck twelve, what began as a friendly New Year's greeting quickly became the most unforgettable kiss Leila had ever experienced with anyone—including her absent boyfriend. But of all the possible suspects, Leila hardly imagines that the ninja is the same man who’s teased, tormented—and secretly intrigued her—since childhood.Marshall Devlin is finally ready to face the terrifying truth: he’s in love with his best friend’s sister, and has been for years. There’s just one complication: Leila didn't know he was her ninja. To win her, Marsh will have to woo her. But can he make Leila forget their decades of verbal sparring in time to stop her from making the biggest mistake of her life?
Suzanne Brockmann is one of my favorite authors. Her Troubleshooters Series is one of my favorite series. In the 90s Suzanne wrote for the Love Swept line for years a lot of her early titles have been out of print. At one point they were selling for hundreds of dollars on EBay. In the last few years they have been slowly re-released.
Kiss and Tell is the first book in the Sunrise Key trilogy. If you like straight up contemporary romances then you should check this out. I thought the romance between Marsh and Lelia is a sweet story. The story is a little dated (original release date 1996), but it still works.
I can not wait for to read Lelia's brothers story in March 09.