After leaving her disastrous marriage behind, Shelley Browning goes back to college to get her degree and comes face-to-face with an unforgettable man from her past. Grant Chapman had briefly taught her in high school ten years earlier. There teacher and student had shared a single, scorching, unplanned kiss that still haunts Shelley’s dreams. Now, as irresistible as ever, Grant has just returned to teaching after a stint as a congressional aide in Washington…and sees no impropriety in asking Shelley out. Isn’t this what she secretly longs for? Never has Shelley felt more confused about what she really wants or what is best for them both. But a stunning accusation is about to change all that and force Shelley Browning to either take some dangerous risks — or spend the rest of her life regretting what could have been.
Toronto, Canada, 2013.
A Kiss Remembered was reviewed by a committee and was allowed to remain on the shelves. Tronto Public Library claimed A Kiss Remembered “offends current societal morality.”
Gallant, Jacques. ““Violent” Dr. Seuss book should be banned from library, patron says.” TheStar.com. April 8, 2014. Accessed January 23, 2018. https://www.thestar.com/news/gta/2014/04/28/violent_dr_seuss_book_should_be_banned_from_library_patron_says.html