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ARC Review: Three Kisses, One Midnight

Genre: YA Romance/YA Fantasy Rating: ⭐⭐⭐⭐

Three Kisses, One Midnight by Roshani Chokshi, Sandhya Menon, and Evelyn Skye is a cute atmospheric romance novel that includes 3 connected stories. The 3 stories follow Onny, Ash, and True on Halloween night, four hundred years after their town, Moon Ridge, was founded. All three have complicated histories with relationships, but they just might be destined to find love on this mysterious and spooky night.

Sometimes I’m just in a mood where I want to read a lighthearted romance. Prior to reading Three Kisses, One Midnight I did not realize that I needed a lighthearted spooky romance novel in my life! The cute stories of romance along with the ghostly details turned out to be the perfect mixture for a fun, easy read! I cannot recommend this book enough if you want romance and Halloween/Autumn vibes!

While the book follows three characters on one night, it is really 3 separate stories. The first one, which follows Onny was absolutely fabulous! I adored the enemies-to-lovers trope, which is honestly unusual for me. However, the romance in that story simply felt right. Onny was an eccentric and spontaneous character, I simply couldn’t get enough of her!

The second story follows Ash, who is a shy and artistic guy, pining after his next door neighbor. While the love story was cute, it was my least favorite out of the three. I didn’t particularly feel the sparks flying between Ash and his love interest, so the story was okay, but not necessarily great.

Finally, the third story follows True, a girl who is unapologetically skeptical about anything supernatural. Her romance was cute, but I really loved her character more than anything else. She relies on evidence and data, but when possibly paranormal events occur, she is stuck between relying on her logical instincts and giving into her curiosity. I certainly felt like True was such a relatable character, which made that story enticing.

Overall, I found the book to be entertaining, and a quick read. It would be perfect for people who enjoy romance, but also for anyone that loves the spooky aesthetics of Halloween!


Published by thebiasedbibliophile

I am a freelance editor and book-reviewer with a love for YA fantasy and science fiction. I have a passion for books that highlight underrepresented groups. Born in St. Louis, Missouri, I received a BA in philosophy in 2020 and enjoy reading philosophical texts in my free time.

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