I Kissed a Girl
By: TF Hammill
I Kissed a Girl is a modern-day suspense novel coming in a right under 400 pages and written by TF Hammill. After reading another novel by Mr. Hammill, Go Tell the Rascals, I got a taste of his main character’s personality and knew I needed more. Rebecca Stone is a detective, of sorts. She has amazing powers that allow her to communicate with her deceased great-aunt Nancy, who is more than helpful in her trials of locating lost objects, people, pets, etc.
When I read the first novel, Go Tell the Rascals, I felt like I had just been able to get to know Rebecca, or Becky, as she’s often called, when the story came to a close. Becky’s character is unimaginably unique in a way that I couldn’t help but love her. She’s a bit spastic at times, all over the place at any given moment, very attractive and intelligent beyond what others give her credit for.
I Kissed a Girl is a wonderfully put-together novel that features all the genres I typically enjoy; romance, suspense, action, mystery, and humor. The secondary characters that are described throughout the novel each present a distinct personality, showcasing the author’s ability to captivate an audience with multiple levels of appeal. There’s lot to love in this story, including a slew of characters, as well as scenic descriptions that will paint a perfect picture in your mind of Ocean Beach.
I Kissed a Girl is presented with a clean and concise reading experience with no grammatical or spelling errors to be found- I call that a win! I’m honored to have had the opportunity to read another novel by TF Hammill and am happy to share my top-notch rating of 4 stars with all my fellow readers. If you’re looking for a novel that will pull you in and take you on a wild adventure, I Kissed a Girl is a great place to start. I’ve spent quite a bit of time now getting to know and understand Becky, the main character, and I’m hoping this isn’t the end for us. Her witty personality is one I could continue to enjoy and am looking forward to experiencing her next adventure in another novel by TF Hammill.
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