Kiss Me Tonight

Kiss Me Tonight

I had it all.The Super Bowl rings.The hot shot TV gig.Then I got fired.Now I’m living in middle-of-nowhere Maine, playing assistant coach to the woman of my nightmares.Did I mention that she and her son are my new neighbors?If you talk to the locals, they’ll tell you Aspen Levi is the queen of high school football.But if you ask me, my new head coach is a pain in my left n...

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  • Angel Nyx

    I had the sheer delight to read an early copy of Kiss Me Tonight, the second book in the Put a Ring On It series by Maria Luis.

    This book hit me hard in many ways. As a single mom myself, I could empathize with Aspen struggling to raise her son to be a good person, despite the lack of a solid, healthy father figure in his life. There were so many scenes that hurt my heart to read, because they were so raw, so real.

    Then there were the moments I found myself laughing so hard I thought I was going

    I had the sheer delight to read an early copy of Kiss Me Tonight, the second book in the Put a Ring On It series by Maria Luis.

    This book hit me hard in many ways. As a single mom myself, I could empathize with Aspen struggling to raise her son to be a good person, despite the lack of a solid, healthy father figure in his life. There were so many scenes that hurt my heart to read, because they were so raw, so real.

    Then there were the moments I found myself laughing so hard I thought I was going to pee myself. From the very first line of the book – Handling balls isn’t for everyone – the laughs keep coming. Even mixed in with all the heart wrenching moments, there is laughter.

    The relationship Aspen has with her son is so admirable, and her unconventional job as high school football coach? LOVE IT!

    Dominic is such a complex character. He’s so damaged by his past, and yet, he has a heart of gold. While the media portrays him as this unfeeling womanizer, he cares about children, especially those who are in the foster system, and his love for kids helps the bond between him and Aspen to grow. Even if their relationship started out quite volatile! And the heat level between them is out of this world!

    If you’re looking for a book that will make you run the gamut of emotions, then you need to get Kiss Me Tonight, ASAP!

  • Stephanie Rose

    I didn't think I could love anyone more than Nick Stamos in the first Put a Ring On It book, but Dominic DaSilva owns my heart. I loved Aspen and admired the hell out of her for 1. having the guts and talent to excel in what's seen as a male-dominated field and 2. putting her son first at all costs, even when it made her suffer for years. The delicious slow burn between coach and assistant coach kept me glued to every word and when the payoff finally happens, its explosive and worth every second

    I didn't think I could love anyone more than Nick Stamos in the first Put a Ring On It book, but Dominic DaSilva owns my heart. I loved Aspen and admired the hell out of her for 1. having the guts and talent to excel in what's seen as a male-dominated field and 2. putting her son first at all costs, even when it made her suffer for years. The delicious slow burn between coach and assistant coach kept me glued to every word and when the payoff finally happens, its explosive and worth every second of the wait. I love this series and it's made me a huge Maria Luis fan. 5+ stars!

  • Alley Ciz

    Ok so first off let me start off by saying Maria wrote this book so I knew I was going to like *who am I kidding, I knew I would love it, no pressure or anything* But holy crap let me tell you see DID NOT disappoint. I laughed, swooned, and out right cheered/fist pumped at a few scenes.

    I've been dying for Dom to get a story since Body Check, then getting to know him more in Hold Me Today... Aspen was the perfect ying to his yang.

    Aspen and I are going to be best friends *don't even try to convinc

    Ok so first off let me start off by saying Maria wrote this book so I knew I was going to like *who am I kidding, I knew I would love it, no pressure or anything* But holy crap let me tell you see DID NOT disappoint. I laughed, swooned, and out right cheered/fist pumped at a few scenes.

    I've been dying for Dom to get a story since Body Check, then getting to know him more in Hold Me Today... Aspen was the perfect ying to his yang.

    Aspen and I are going to be best friends *don't even try to convince me she is fictional I can't hear you* Me, Aspen, and Mina from HMT we're going for beer. Aspen is HILARIOUS and a total bad*ss.

    The banter between Aspen and Dom made me want to sit back with a bowl of popcorn and see what would happen next. And the slow burn was spot on just like Maria is known to specialize in.

    But you also get heart with this book, with both character's backstories and the struggles they overcome.

    You NEED to 1-click this bad boy

  • Maria Luis

    I am so incredibly excited to announce that KISS ME TONIGHT (Book 2 in the

    series) is coming May 2019! This is a steamy, enemies-to-lovers romance between an ex-NFL player and a single mom...who just so happens to be his new boss. Hilarity and swoony vibes are about to ensue!

    🖤COVER REVEAL: April 17th, 2019

    🖤RELEASE DATE: May 2nd, 2019

    🖤EXCLUSIVE RELEASE ALERT:

    🖤Bloggers, help me spread the word!:

    Check out one of my favorite sn

    I am so incredibly excited to announce that KISS ME TONIGHT (Book 2 in the

    series) is coming May 2019! This is a steamy, enemies-to-lovers romance between an ex-NFL player and a single mom...who just so happens to be his new boss. Hilarity and swoony vibes are about to ensue!

    🖤COVER REVEAL: April 17th, 2019

    🖤RELEASE DATE: May 2nd, 2019

    🖤EXCLUSIVE RELEASE ALERT:

    🖤Bloggers, help me spread the word!:

    Check out one of my favorite snippets from the book below!

    ★ ASPEN ★

    I jerk back, nearly teetering off the barstool. “Hold on.” Tipsy me thinks it’s a grand idea to lift my hands, palms up, despite the fact that I’m on the verge of going ass-down to the floor. “Are you

    with me?”

    As though he’s used to putting up with drunks, he merely catches me with one of his mammoth-sized paws and hauls me back into place. My naked bicep—praise the world of tank tops, my friends—heats where he touched me. Though the touching lasts only seconds. Milliseconds, really. One moment he’s saving me from absolute humiliation and, in the next, he’s sipping his beer again and dipping his chin.

    He’s sidelining me with a onceover, I know it.

    I arch my brows, baiting him for a response. “Well?”

    “Old habits die hard.”

    I’m blinking so hard, I’m half-convinced I’ve developed a sty in the last five minutes since the Hulk sat down and interrupted my otherwise boring evening.

    Quiet.

    I meant quiet evening.

    Jerking my chin to the side, I press my hand to ear in disbelief. “I’m sorry. Did you just say

    ?”

    What. A.

    It’s one thing to pretend he’s not attracted to me, and another to go in for the

    —you know the one; the meaningful look, the low laughter—and play a game of takesy-backsies.

    Takesy-backsies shouldn’t even be

    once you’ve spotted your first gray hair in your pubes. And I’m five in, ladies. Five. Maybe more. I wouldn’t know, since I have my esthetician wax the suckers out and call it a day.

    Good

    , evil age reminders.

    I reach for my clutch, which is sitting next to my empty pint, and pop it open. I’m fully prepared to drop cash on the bar for Shawn and get the hell out of dodge, when he rumbles out, “Look. Listen.”

    Hands clasped together, I turn to him, brows raised in expectation.

    I spent fifteen years kissing Rick’s ass—not literally—and I’ll be damned if I do the same for a stranger.

    The Hulk reaches for the collar of his black T-shirt with one finger. Then drops his palm to the bar, hand closed in a fist. “Listen—”

    “You said that already.”

    That tight fist unfurls into his fingers are all digging into the laminate bar top, giving me the distinct sensation that I’m poking a not-so-hibernating bear.

    “You’re cute,” he says, like I should be grateful for the assessment. Like I’m not a woman almost at forty with a teenage son and goddamn gray hairs threatening to sprout at any moment from my nether regions.

    A puppy is cute.

    A kid in kindergarten is cute.

    I am

    “Cute,” he repeats, all oblivious male arrogance, “but I’m not looking to pick anyone up tonight.”

    🖤COVER REVEAL: April 17th, 2019

    🖤RELEASE DATE: May 2nd, 2019

    🖤EXCLUSIVE RELEASE ALERT:

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  • W. Charron

    Let me start with saying, I am a total Enemies to Lovers addict.This was so my Jam!! 💜I Loved, Loved this book! Let’s start with Aspen. This lady, Y’all!! She was so BadA**! Her ex-husband literally spent fourteen years trying his best to break her down and pretty much did. However it didn’t leave her a jaded nasty person. She went back home to her roots, pretty much broke and having to start over. Yet still ,she gave up so much for those she loved. She was so unselfish, so beautiful, and so str

    Let me start with saying, I am a total Enemies to Lovers addict.This was so my Jam!! 💜I Loved, Loved this book! Let’s start with Aspen. This lady, Y’all!! She was so BadA**! Her ex-husband literally spent fourteen years trying his best to break her down and pretty much did. However it didn’t leave her a jaded nasty person. She went back home to her roots, pretty much broke and having to start over. Yet still ,she gave up so much for those she loved. She was so unselfish, so beautiful, and so strong(even when she didn’t know it). She was a champion for every kid on her team and made sure they were taken care of. She was just really one of my favorite characters. Ever! I loved that she was a little older. She had been put through some crap in her life and that let to some insecurities. Who could blame her though?! Then there was Dom. 🖤He was know for his reputation of the gorgeous hulk of cockiness and grade a mega A-hole, but was he really? There was so much more to him and I loved that really the first person he let see all those layers was Aspen. I’m a foster momma, so I love any story about the Phoenix rising from the ashes of a broken system, and trauma that way too many kids today are going through. It really leaves them with baggage y’all. This author did a fabulous job of incorporating that into this story without it making the story sad or just glossing over it either. Great way to bring awareness, but without adding sad overtones to the story. Fantastic job(Sorry that was my little plug for fostering, and mentoring. Lol) I really loved the banter between Dom and Aspen. It was hilarious, and the mishaps (poor Aspen lol) created a fantastic slow burn for us, but when they finally gave in... Holy Hot Biscuits and Gravy!! 🔥Maria Luis gave us a hero that would like throw you down all manly-like and take ya, but make sure he didn’t bump your head on the ground. See there was a gentleman in there! Really though, they were both broken in different ways, but had the ability to heal each other together. This is definitely a five ⭐️one-click, must read💜🖤

  • BookAddict

    Luis has done it again. In no time at all, Dominic and Aspen had their hooks in me – call me driven, compelled, obsessed, or hypnotized – and I was helpless to do anything but keep reading (until 3 AM, thank you very much!) to find out how their delightful, heartfelt story ended.

    You may know that Dominic DaSilva is a retired, Super Bowl champion (football romance, anyone?) who becomes infamous on the reality dating show, Put A Ring On It, but now he's hiding out in the small coastal town of Lon

    Luis has done it again. In no time at all, Dominic and Aspen had their hooks in me – call me driven, compelled, obsessed, or hypnotized – and I was helpless to do anything but keep reading (until 3 AM, thank you very much!) to find out how their delightful, heartfelt story ended.

    You may know that Dominic DaSilva is a retired, Super Bowl champion (football romance, anyone?) who becomes infamous on the reality dating show, Put A Ring On It, but now he's hiding out in the small coastal town of London, Maine, from both the paparazzi and the author of that horrible celebrity blog, Celebrity Tea Presents. (Boy, oh boy, do I ever want to see that dang blog author get his comeuppance!) When Dom takes his college buddy up on the offer to coach the high school football team he has no idea that he's the assistant coach or that the head coach is a woman.

    Aspen Levi returns home to London with her teenage son, licking her wounds after finally divorcing her despicable husband of fifteen years and a marriage that almost broke her. She was raised on football, having a father and grandfather who both played professionally and went on to coach the London High School Wildcats. She broke every record as a place kicker at Boston College and has years of coaching under her belt, so she's the perfect choice to coach the Wildcats.

    Let's just say, it’s about as far from love at first sight as you can get when Aspen and Dom enter each other's orbits. If it’s not bad enough that she doesn’t recognize Dom when she encounters him at the local pub (if that isn’t a hit to the ego) and Aspen's intolerance for Guinness causes her to epically embarrass herself, her son manages to get a little too up close and personal with Dom’s truck on the first day of practice. Oops. In spite of this less-than-stellar beginning, Dom and Aspen soon realize they are kindred spirits with the obstacles they've overcome and hurts that still need healing, and their professional relationship grows into more.

    If you like your romance with the perfect balance of humor, heat and heart then Maria Luis is your gal. And once you read one of her novels, you’ll be binge reading your way through her back catalog. Dom and Aspen are both so endearing with their baggage and vulnerable side, and the way they overcome and grow together is truly inspiring. Their story is full of epic laughs (teenage boys -- need I say more?) and heart-tugging moments (the boy from the foster care system finds a family of his own making), and these characters will own your heart!

    While the mention of the foster care system could be letting the cat out of the bag (but you don’t know which character, and there are definitely some surprises) it's something that holds a special place in my heart and bears mentioning. There are so many kids in the foster care system who need love and guidance and so many ways to help outside of becoming a foster parent. There are many mentoring programs where adults share a few hours of their time with a child in need, and local schools and churches are a great place to start. Brava, Ms. Luis, for highlighting something so important.

    This book is, by turns, poignantly emotional and hysterically funny, creating the best kind of emotional whiplash that leaves the reader on a euphoric high. These admirable, endlessly endearing characters will work their way deep inside and you’ll be disheartened upon saying goodbye but feel enormously blessed to have known them. I don’t know how she does it, but Luis just keeps topping herself with each new book. Dom and Aspen's story is amazingly special in so many ways, and you'll definitely want to grab your copy today. I promise, you won’t be sorry!

    *I reviewed an advance copy of this book freely and voluntarily, having made no commitment to provide a review and receiving no compensation of any kind from any source for this review.

  • Erin Lewis

    5 star review of Kiss Me Tonight (Put A Ring On It #2)  by Maria Luis

    Maria Luis is a new author to me. Although this is book 2 in the series I had no problem reading this one as a stand alone. I loved how into football Aspen was, in fact it was this that prompted me to sign up fro read and review this book.

    Single mum Aspen Levi has returned to her hometown to take up a job as the high school’s football coach. It’s hard to come home when the majority of people feel she betrayed them when she lef

    5 star review of Kiss Me Tonight (Put A Ring On It #2)  by Maria Luis

    Maria Luis is a new author to me. Although this is book 2 in the series I had no problem reading this one as a stand alone. I loved how into football Aspen was, in fact it was this that prompted me to sign up fro read and review this book.

    
Single mum Aspen Levi has returned to her hometown to take up a job as the high school’s football coach. It’s hard to come home when the majority of people feel she betrayed them when she left.

This was a read with plenty of humour and laugh out loud moments. Ms.Luis wove a story that was realistic and at times heart wrenching.

    I really loved Aspen’s character, she seems like someone I could be friends with. Dominic is a man who has been portrayed as an insensitive womaniser, but there is so much more to him than that. His concern and care for children made me smile.

    I loved the dynamic between Aspen and her son as she struggled to raise him by herself. I also loved the banter between Aspen and Dominic, not to mention the fireworks. 


    Dominic and Aspen were well matched and I really wanted them to get their happily ever after. They both have been scarred by their past and yet both are determined to make the most of life.






    







     

  • Tracy  C

    Kiss Me Tonight is so real and engaging. The beginning of chapter 4 gave me such flashbacks to my youngest daughter. I easily lost myself in the story. Aspen is a complete badas$ and I want to be like her when I grow up. Her patience and strength concerning Dominic was admirable. She gave him the room to be himself, but also see there was room to grow and change. Dominic was pretty amazing. I loved how accepting of Aspen he was. The scene with Rick, who is completely vile, at the bar just highli

    Kiss Me Tonight is so real and engaging. The beginning of chapter 4 gave me such flashbacks to my youngest daughter. I easily lost myself in the story. Aspen is a complete badas$ and I want to be like her when I grow up. Her patience and strength concerning Dominic was admirable. She gave him the room to be himself, but also see there was room to grow and change. Dominic was pretty amazing. I loved how accepting of Aspen he was. The scene with Rick, who is completely vile, at the bar just highlighted how awesome Aspen and Dom's relationship was. He let her fight her own battle and loved her for it! Can't wait for the third book!

  • Tia Louise

    Get ready to fall in LOVE -- on and off the field!

    I absolutely adore sports romances, especially when they feature a strong heroine and a totally cocky but sweet on the inside hero. KISS ME TONIGHT delivers on all points!

    Aspen is a kick-ass sportsman all her own who's been unlucky in love, but she's also feisty and determined not to stay down. She inherits her family's legacy coaching job, but wouldn't you know her assistant coach is disgraced football star Dominic DiSilva... But just because he

    Get ready to fall in LOVE -- on and off the field!

    I absolutely adore sports romances, especially when they feature a strong heroine and a totally cocky but sweet on the inside hero. KISS ME TONIGHT delivers on all points!

    Aspen is a kick-ass sportsman all her own who's been unlucky in love, but she's also feisty and determined not to stay down. She inherits her family's legacy coaching job, but wouldn't you know her assistant coach is disgraced football star Dominic DiSilva... But just because he's had some bad press, it doesn't mean he still isn't the cocky star who tries to steal the show.

    It's sooo much fun to watch these two go from sparring banter to swoony lovers. From the power struggles to the hilarity, which starts on Page 1 when they first meet in the bar, KMT has a great supporting cast and a great message. It's such a great story to fall in love with--and a bonus epilogue! whoot!

    I devoured this fun, swoony, FIVE-STAR romance. HIGHLY RECOMMEND!!!!

  • Angie - Angie's Dreamy Reads

    I picked this book up because I loved the cover (don't judge, lol). It's one of the sexiest I've seen and it really draws your eye in. On top of that, I had a friend of mine (who read it early) say it was incredible!!! And you know what?! She's so right. I was blown away. This book's refreshing and fun, sexy and sassy, and it has so much heart. Maria Luis is a talented writer and I LOVE how she infuses passion and emotion into every scene. I was so invested in these characters and I ne

    I picked this book up because I loved the cover (don't judge, lol). It's one of the sexiest I've seen and it really draws your eye in. On top of that, I had a friend of mine (who read it early) say it was incredible!!! And you know what?! She's so right. I was blown away. This book's refreshing and fun, sexy and sassy, and it has so much heart. Maria Luis is a talented writer and I LOVE how she infuses passion and emotion into every scene. I was so invested in these characters and I never, not for a second, wanted to put this book down. It's charming and so so so heartwarming, and I can't see anyone not absolutely loving it.

    Dominic (our hero) and Aspen (our leading lady) charm you. Their meet cute is one of the BEST I have ever read. I seriously

    over their first meeting. I mean, I shoved my face into a pillow and cackled!!!!!

    Aspen is

    hilarious! And that scene is part mortifying, part endearing, and altogether cute. That woman destroys you (in the best way). And from the moment you meet her (Aspen), and she meets Dominic, you're a total goner. Dom, a super-alpha-male with this gorgeous body and smart mouth, and Aspen, a strong woman with a sharp wit, are spicy and fun and they steal your heart!!! I couldn't get enough!

    With Aspen home in Maine after divorcing her husband of 14 years, she's needs a fresh start. Now the football coach at the local high-school, she's looking for peace, happiness. Dominic an Ex-Superbowl Champion, with a reputation of being an asshole, is in need of a "life" timeout. After a stint on a reality show that went bad, he was caught in a scandal and fired from his Sports 24/7 telecaster job, which is why he's in Maine.

    Dom and Aspen work together. Dom is her assistant coach, and that power dynamic was the actual best. These two are

    They are so hot. The chemistry, the swoon, the banter, OMG! It's so good, too good. To say I was

    would be an understatement. I couldn't get enough of that slowburn and all those juicy feels. Dom, our broken hero, really needs Aspen to push him into feeling all the things. And it's magic.

    Overall, this love story was

    what I wanted to read. It's heart and vulnerability, sweet-and-melty-feel-good emotions that wrap you in a hug. The angst is low, the drama at a minimum, but the romance is on point and I know I won't forget it! I can't wait to read more from Maria Luis!

    was beyond my expectations, just so so so good. And I can't recommend it enough!

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