Finding Kia Review – Airika Phoenix

Finding Kia Final Front CoverBook Name: Finding Kia

Author: Airicka Phoenix

Publisher: Fire & Ash Publishing

Release date: August 20, 2013

Genre: Young Adult, Contemporary Romance

Warnings: Language. Sexual Content. (16+)

Formats: e-book, paperback





5starsAfter reading this book, I wanted to do bodily harm to Airika Phoenix for the way she left the end. I ALMOST put my foot through my computer and threw my cell phone across the room. I think any girl who has ever felt insecure about herself and wanted to impress the drop dead sexy man who was ALL THE WAY out of her league can identify with Kia. At the beginning of the story she had her hangups about herself, but she was okay with them. She knew who she was and what she wanted and she lived her life, even if it meant she was invisible and only her one friend who her name. By the end of the story, she is questioning everything she knew to be true about herself, unsure of who she was or even why she felt that way.

I thoroughly enjoyed Finding Kia. Kyra? Kayla? Konny? lol Yes, I made that last one up. CANNOT WAIT to find out what happens next. Finding Kia is a quick, entertaining read that you don’t want to miss out on.

P.S. Adam made the book boyfriend list. It’s not illegal if he’s not real. *nods*

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Finding Kia Synopsis

“Maybe you should avoid me tonight.”

His arm slipped around my waist and I was drawn into his chest. “If I only have this one night

with you, the last thing I’m going to do is stay away.”

Kia Valentines had always accepted the fact that she was a nerd, a nobody. It was a badge she

wore with honor, until the day she saved Claudia DeLorenzo’s life and lost herself.

When offered the chance to shed her identity for a single night, Kia never believed it would

change her life. It was one night. It meant nothing, or it shouldn’t have. But that single night

turned out to be her undoing when she finds passion in the arms of the one person she can never


Adam Chaves was more than just a gorgeous face, he made her laugh, but more importantly,

when he looked at her, she felt like the most beautiful girl on earth. But Adam has no idea that

Kia was the girl behind the mask and Kia has no intention of telling him. But a secret can only be

kept if no one else knows about it. Claudia knows and she wants something Kia isn’t willing to

give in order to keep it.

Will Kia succumb? And just how far is Claudia willing to go to get what she wants?


“She’s talked about you, but she never warned me just how dangerous you were.”

Somehow, I really doubted he meant in a Charlie’s Angels, sexy in tights kind of way. “I am not


His brow lifted as his gaze darted to the binder drip drying in the sink. “Could have fooled me.”

This was so not the way I wanted him to remember me, like some clumsy whack job with balance issues.

“Those were accidents.”

“And the restaurant?”

“Accident!” I was sticking to that story if it killed me.

The corner of his lips twitched. “Sure thing, nena.”

“Kia,” I corrected him. “My name—”

“I know,” he said. “I haven’t forgotten.”

Right. “You just called me Nena.” Yeah, I was so not impressed.

He rolled a pink tongue over his teeth. “It means baby in Spanish.”

Baby? He called me baby? Wait, what kind of baby? The hot, seductive sort or the, you need a diaper

change sort?

He laughed. “Do you always think so hard?”

“Yes,” I said automatically. “I think. I’m a thinker.”


I frowned. “Why?” Better yet… “How?”

He grinned. “I’m a doer.”


Then he was in front of me, trapping me between him and the counter. He braced his hands on

either side of my hips, locking me in place.

“You look different,” he mused, face inches from mine, his breath smelling of mint.

“I… I’m not wearing my glasses,” I croaked, barely breathing.

His eyes narrowed. His hand lifted. His fingers glided through the strands falling over my eyes,

sweeping them aside. “Your hair’s different.”

“Just my hair?”

His gaze dropped over my face, stopping at my lips. “I don’t know. You’ve always been beaut—”

Airicka PhoenixAuthor Bio

Airicka Phoenix is the best-selling author of The Touch Saga, Games of Fire and Octavian’s

Undoing with short stories in Whispered Beginnings: A Clever Fiction Anthology and Midnight

Surrender Anthology. She also writes adult paranormal & contemporary romance under her alter

ego, Morgana Phoenix.

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