“First kisses are the ones that every one celebrates, the ones you remember. The ones you hope to treasure as it happened, storing up your memories to take out and relive.
But what about the last kiss?
The first in The Kiss Collection, an exciting new series of short stories from Brigid Coady & HarperImpulse.
*Please note this is a short story, approx. 1000 words in length designed for reading on your mobile phone or tablet.*”
3 of 5 stars
I received a copy of this short story from the Publisher via NetGalley in exchange for an honest review.
This is a short story, easily read in a spare 10 or 15 minutes and has an interesting concept. We often remember our first kiss with someone important, but do we remember our last kiss? Maybe you don’t realise it will be your last, or maybe it was a wistful farewell or a chaste kiss on the cheek. Last kisses are often more poignant and important than that first kiss.
Because it is such a short story I don’t want to go into anymore detail about it here. However it is safe to say that the author manages to convey the emotional turmoil of the narrator and the whole story behind the last kiss very well in the short word count she has.