Thursday, June 7, 2018

Review: The Kiss Quotient

The Kiss Quotient The Kiss Quotient by Helen Hoang
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

Stella likes her life just fine, but the pressures of getting married and having babies have her worried. Stella is autistic, so she doesn't see romance the same way as others do. In fact, she feels like she's so bad at it that she decides to hire a professional to teach her a thing or two about sex. What unfolds is a fun, sweet and sexy romance that'll have you turning the pages as quick as you can.

I like that this story takes on a different aspect with Stella's autism. She's on the spectrum, but aside from her issues with the idea of sex and love, she's a fully functioning adult with a good job that she loves. And when Michael comes into her life, she's surprised that she has feelings for him, but is still inhibited by what she thinks she should say and do.

Overall, this is a fun story to read and anyone that likes a little romance and a lot of heart will enjoy this book.

*Book provided by BookishFirst

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