Book Review: The Kiss Quotient by Helen Hoang

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Published: June 5, 2018 by Berkley
Category: Romance, Contemporary, Fiction

The bookstagram community wouldn’t stop raving about this one that when it was a Book of the Month June selection it was a no-brainer to choose. The synopsis sold a love story for Eleanor Oliphant fans so I couldn’t wait to dive in.

Wow, I was not expecting that. Right out the gate: fire firefire.5 fire  on the flame meter

Stella Lane decides to hire an escort, Michael Phan, to help her practice being better for future love interests. Keeping her Asperger’s a secret, she just wants to be seen for who she is and not a diagnosis. Michael Phan is on the job, his only duty is to complete his task, but Stella becomes more than his typical client: she sees him, listens to him, cares what he thinks. Things get messy in the emotions department for sure: miscommunication, misinterpretation, and secrets run amok.

Cue in the soundtrack to Pretty Woman and you got yourself the cutest love story – with a side of spice – I have read in a while.

It’s a quick read: I whipped through it in a day. It’s the perfect summer pool/beach/lake side read.

Have you read this too? Was it what you expected?

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