Weak at the Knees by Jo Kessel

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Reviewer: Tracy Santoria
“We got so busy living life that we forgot to live our dreams.”Danni Lewis has been playing it safe for twenty-six years, but her sheltered existence is making her feel old ahead of time. When a sudden death plunges her into a spiral of grief, she throws caution to the wind and runs away to France in search of a new beginning.The moment ski instructor Olivier du Pape enters her shattered world she falls hard, in more ways than one.Their mutual desire is as powerful and seductive as the mountains around them. His dark gypsy looks and piercing blue eyes are irresistible.Only she must resist, because he has a wife – and she’d made a pact to never get involved with a married man.But how do you choose between keeping your word and being true to your soul?Weak at the Knees is Jo’s debut novel in the new adult, contemporary romance genre – a story about love, loss and relationships, set between London and the heart of the French Alps.Due to descriptive sex scenes, this book is not appropriate for younger readers.

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I am going to be honest and say that when I first started reading Weak in the Knees, I expected it to be similar to the other love stories that are currently out there. Yes, it was a love story between a man and a woman but it was so much more. It showed you that love could be in so many places, including ones that you never imagined them to be. It examined love beyond the typical relationship. It brought you into the love between best friends and the connections that they share. It taught you that sometimes, love just happens and sometimes you can’t choose who you fall in love with. Weak in the Knees puts you on a rollercoaster of emotion and pulls you in because honestly, you cannot wait for the ride to come to a stop and see how it all ends.  
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I give this book 3 stars. Although it was a good book I would have liked to see more in depth story lines between some of the characters.  I think it would have drawn me in more and made me connect with the personalities on a deeper level. All in all it was an enjoyable quick read.
TWFR Rating: 3 Stamps … We liked it! 
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Jo Kessel is also hosting a giveaway! Be sure to look up additional dates for her tour for Weak in the Knees HERE … the more comments you make the better your chancing are of winning!
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9 thoughts on “Weak at the Knees by Jo Kessel

  1. Thank you so much for featuring my new release Weak at the Knees on your blog today and am so pleased you enjoyed it. Yes, my book isn’t the same as all the others out there and does explore love outside the conventional relationships, because as you said, sometimes we don’t choose who we love – it chooses us.

  2. As a librarian, I appreciate an honest review. Thanks for sharing. Jo is a new-to-me author and I’ve been enjoying the tour.
    catherinelee100 at gmail dot com

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