A Holland Kiss

Rated 4.88/5 based on 16 reviews
Dutch and Tulip are in love and famous because of it. Yet they've never even kissed. As the world's largest Dutch kissing couple, Dutch and Tulip are the larger-than-life version of the cute little statues you see in people's yards. But when a storm damages Dutch, Lily Mein knows she must save them and her dream of marrying beneath the 57-foot couple. More
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  • Category: Fiction » Romance » General
  • Words: 69,370
  • Language: English
  • ISBN: 9781465790453
About Dawn Michelle

CONNECT WITH DUTCH AND TULIP
If you enjoyed Dutch and Tulip let them know by visiting their Facebook page or drop them a line at dutchandtulip@live.com
Tulip loves making friends and Dutch...Well, Dutch just wants a kiss.
There are more adventures on the way for Dutch and Tulip. Look for their next story,
A HOLLAND FURST coming Fall 2012

Love and much kissing,
Dawn

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Review by: Nicholas Bridgman on July 31, 2017 :
This is a charming story about Lily, a resident of small town Holland, Indiana, and her quest to save Holland’s huge landmark Dutch and Tulip statues from being sold. I especially like how each chapter begins with an imagining of what the pair of statues might be saying to one another, about events unfolding in the plot, as well as about Dutch’s hungering for a kiss and Tulip’s wanting her flowers. The plot follows the statues’ imminent sale, which would deprive Holland of its most famous landmark, underneath which many couples have kissed and married. Lily feels passionate about keeping the statues in Holland, but a council member has another idea. The story follows Lily’s work gaining the public’s support and raising money for the statues’ restoration, as well as her being targeted by nefarious forces who have other plans for the statues. Meanwhile, a love story also unfolds between Lily and her lifelong crush, Jay, who she is madly in love with. Overall, this was a pleasant read, I found myself wanting to return to the small town world of Dutch and Tulip to continue the story.
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Review by: AvidRomanceReader on June 28, 2017 :
This is a charming tale-I like the cover too!
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Review by: Delete Delete on June 28, 2017 :
Enjoyed reading this book!
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Review by: Tamara Wilkins on May 13, 2017 :
I really enjoyed this, something different.
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Review by: LauraJ123 on April 7, 2017 :
Always nice to see free books that are written well!
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Review by: Charlie Murdock on Aug. 8, 2015 :
Stars speaks louder than words.
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Review by: Brandy Doody on Jan. 19, 2015 :
One of the best writing styles that I saw in a long time - keep them coming Dawn I can't wait to read your next book!
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Review by: adanma ude on Nov. 9, 2014 :
For a very long time I've been bypassing this book. I'm not sure what I expected but definitely not this. Lily was a very funny character and most times I couldn't help laughing cos of the kind of thoughts that go through her mind. Ruth was another funny charcter, she might be old but she certainly loved having fun. Overall, it was a great book with wonderful characters, by the way, I actually loved Jay and Jonas and right now I'm craving A Holland Furst. Great job Dawn.
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Review by: Ana Shea Ann on Oct. 14, 2014 :
When I saw that it was about statues I ignored it for the last two years. But I finally gave in and read and it is the best modern fictional writing style I have seen in a long time - you become so consumed with the characters- not just one narrating. There were points when I wanted her to be with Jay then points when I thought maybe Jonas and points when I wanted her with neither. The book actually had be so emotionally conflicted and interested in these characters. I'm looking forward to the overdue Holland Furst. I want to know about every other character in the book and their own stories.
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