Velvet Kisses - Addison Moore

Velvet Kisses

By Addison Moore

  • Release Date: 2015-03-31
  • Genre: Contemporary
Score: 4.5
From 123 Ratings


*can be a STANDALONE*
Marley Jackson has an ax to grind with the entire male population. After having her heart brutally broken, she’s out to prove to both herself and the world that a woman only needs one thing from a man—and it isn’t love.

Wyatt James isn’t interested in anything that resembles a commitment. He’s self-made, secure, and happy to entertain a one-night stand any day of the week—enter Marley.

Marley quickly dispels the idea that she’s anybody’s one-night stand. What Marley has in store for Wyatt is far more complex and requires a binding contract to back it.

Marley and Wyatt aren’t in it for love. Marley is looking to glean some expertise in the bedroom. Wyatt is looking to find some solace after a string of nameless faces that have rocked his bed.

But when feelings change, and that four-letter word takes ahold of both their hearts, they’re left to face the fact they might be in deeper than either of them thought possible.

Marley and Wyatt smolder beneath the sheets.
She’s eager to learn—yet, bossy as hell.
He’s eager to lay down one hard lesson after the other, yet determined to save her from herself.

Sometimes heartbreak is the greatest teacher.
Sometimes it leads you into the arms of the one you belonged with right from the start.

From the NEW YORK TIMES and USA TODAY bestselling author, Addison Moore:

Cosmopolitan Magazine calls Addison's books, "...easy, frothy fun!"

Velvet Kisses (3:AM Kisses 6)


  • Obsessed

    By taylor kirby
    I'm obsessed this series. The romance is heart warming and the sexual relationships are on fire! Can never put these books down!
  • Nice read

    By Kachiri LaKay`e
    It was a good quick read. Love how it featured previous characters from the other books but I don't think it was worth the $4.99. Other than that I love the characters and her writing style
  • Velvet Kisses

    By Stapaten
    I loved this story, as I do all of Addison's books. She truly knows how to tell a story. Her writing flows and is a joy to read. Her sense of humor adds a realistic feel. I always look forward to her next book no matter what the series.
  • A bit predictable

    By Malanpeak
    I liked the book alright. I found the underlying political soapbox preaching beyond annoying. And the running snarky one liners from Marley a bit flat after a while. I've enjoyed the other books in this series more.