Calling Emily’s love life a disaster is the understatement of the year. She seems to attract ‘bad boys’, and so far they’ve all been just that … bad. She soon discovers that there are some pretty ugly toads in this bog of frogs that she has to navigate on her quest to find ‘The One’. In hindsight, some of them should have been sidestepped or completely stepped over instead of her falling for their charms.
From chance meetings, dealing with fetishes, bondage, being cheated on and so much more, Emily’s been there, done that, and kissed a lot of frogs along the way. Sadly, not all frogs turn into princes, some will forever remain toads. But how much does one girl have to go through before finally finding her prince?
Kissing Frogs is not your typical ‘boy meets girl, fall in love, and get married’ romance – it’s more than that. So much more. It’s a tale of how parents’ actions and attitudes affect their children in more ways than they realise. It’s a journey of self-discovery, self-acceptance, and finally, self-love. Emily’s story, begins with a teenage crush and spans over the next decade on her quest to find ‘The One’.
If you’ve ever felt unheard or misunderstood, blamed yourself or thought that there may be something wrong with you because past relationships failed, or wondered why you ever dated one of your exes, then Kissing Frogs may hold the answers you seek.
TRIGGERS / MILD SPOILER WARNING: This sexy romance contains graphic discussions and scenes that include mental health issues, substance abuse, profanity, fetishes, sex, abuse, views on abortion and religion.
Not recommended for readers under the age of 18.