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Kiss it Better - Linda Kage This book was part of a blog tour I was given a copy for my honest reviewReed had a horrible childhood and has spent his life taking care of his little sister when she is sexually assaulted he fears she will never recover or remember things from their childhood. At work he can escape this turmoil and see the Sophia the women he has wanted for three years. Sophia has a thing for men with problems, when the last guy she dates shows up on her doorstep with his new wife she vows to never date a guy with a bad past. She thinks Reed is the perfect guy he seems so normal, when everything starts to fall apart Sophia finds out Reed has many ghosts. Can Reed tell Sophia his secrets? Can she accept everything thing he has to tell her and help him get past it? I really liked this book, the turmoil and angst that Reed feels is heartbreaking. When he is with Sophia it's like those bad feeling disappear. Sophia irritated me a little bit at the beginning, but as the story progressed and she began to see what love really was she changed. Even though I knew something was coming, it still made me cry and I just wanted to give the couple a hug. Kiss It Better is a great read for romance fans who like their heroes a little bit broken and heroines who are strong enough to help fix them.