The Kiss Quotient

36577586I enjoyed the premise of the book and the interesting, off-beat characters, especially the fact that Stella has Asperger’s. “The Kiss Quotient” turned out to be a fast-paced, fun read. I loved the characters and their families, but the romance was rushed and a little over the top (Wow! Some of the scenes). It also felt like insta-love for Stella, the main character. I wanted the author to slow down and further develop/clarify Stella and Michael’s backgrounds, relationships, and interactions with family, friends and people around them. Since Stella is on the spectrum, it would have been interesting to see her interact more with her family, to learn her background, and to get a better understanding of her work life other than just her interaction with Philip who comes across as either a compete jerk or very much like Stella in the fact that he is too honest and doesn’t understand social conventions. Overall, I was way more interested in their time spent outside the bedroom than inside. If you are interested in a fun, sexy, stalkerish read about another awkward character, check out “Twelve Months of Awkward Moments. where Dani can’t wait for senior year at college. Vowing this year will be different, she plans to control her anxiety and move beyond her comfort zone, but that’s not easy. “Dani’s wild roommate and handsome best friend hate each other; her crazy family won’t leave her alone; and a new job forces her to be social. Unfortunately, when college romance finally calls, Dani is unable to answer thanks to a stalker who has her all tied up.” Available on Amazon at

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