How did I get it?:
From the lovely Luna from Luna’s Little Library.
Lisi has never been kissed. Sure, she could practice on her guy friend, Johnny, but he’s like a brother to her! So when it comes time to pick a theme for the Spring Carnival booth, Lisi suggests a “Kissing Booth,” hoping it will give her the chance to get a cheek-kiss from her crush, the handsome, popular Brett. But on the day of the carnival, as rumors fly and kisses are stolen, Lisi discovers that the person she should really kiss may have been right in front of her all along.
Sometimes I like to indulge in a book like this. It’s one of those books that doesn’t take too much effort to read it. That’s not to say that it’s not well written. It’s just easy to read, it’s not complicated and it doesn’t really have any major surprises. This might seem like an awful read for some, but sometimes I’m in a mood where I don’t want to think to hard. I want a cute, fun story and Kissing Booth fits that criteria.
Lisi is a sweet protagonist. She and her friends want to win the prize at Spring Carnival. A trip to New York. Lisi decides that a Kissing Booth might raise the most money, and also get a kiss from the guy she’s liked for
ages. Lisi finds herself muddled in many lies in order to win the contest.
Kissing Booth doesn’t take long to read at all. It made me smile. That’s all I asked from it and that’s what I got!
Would I recommend it?: