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    The Kiss Quotient

    I did not know what to say about "The Kiss Quotient" after I read it, mostly because I know that autism is serious and that most books and movies do not accurately portray what people with autism and their families go through daily. Having said all of that, I must say that this was a good book, and that I enjoyed it. I was eager to see how Michael and Stella's story was going to turn out. Michael had an advantage when it came to dealing with Stella's autism because of Khai, which made it much easier to accept things that took place in the story. But I would have been expecting a different story if there had been no Khai. I did think her parents were in denial, especially knowing what their daughter was dealing with, and I thought it was a little strange for the author to make Stella a germaphobe, knowing that she and Michael were engaging in a lot of germ-swapping situations. It would also be interesting if the author were to explore what married life would be like for Stella and Michael, because I know that's where the real story is, and I believe more people would be interested in it. If "The Kiss Quotient" is ever optioned for a movie, I would love for Netflix to make it into a series because there is so much more to explore with this couple, and one movie would not do it justice. "The Kiss Quotient" was worth my time, and I'm actually going to miss this couple.
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    5 "Lip Smacking" Stars

    This review comes to you live from my warm and snuggly position on cloud nine. I loved every moment of reading The Kiss Quotient, and my head is well and truly in the clouds with the lasting effect it’s had on me. But before I get carried away with the gushing, let’s go back to the beginning. The Kiss Quotient tells the story of thirty-year-old, Stella Lane. She’s incredibly successful in her career as an econometrician, but it’s the romantic aspect of her life that brings unfulfillment. By nature she’s a problem solver so it makes perfect sense to her to seek the expertise and instruction of a professional. The professional would be drop-dead-handsome escort, Michael Phan. His movie star looks and ratings are just Stella needs to provide her with the skills to forge ahead in the world of dating. It’s simple really, under Michael’s tutelage Stella hopes to at the very least overcome some of the difficulties she experiences with her Asperger’s and physical contact. Michael was once on the cusp of a promising career himself, but events out of his control have led him to “dating” women for money. His family need his help so his pride takes a back seat to that. Stella is unlike any of his other dates and like us he’s immediately endeared to her. He’s probably not what she needs but if she’s willing to pay for his help, he isn’t in a position to refuse it. As unconventional as their meeting is there’s no denying the authenticity of their connection. It possessed all the trappings and heart fluttering feels that I adore in romance. Paired with humour and a wonderful supporting cast, it’s almost hard to believe it Ms. Hoang’s debut novel. Taking pride of place on my list of favourite reads this year, it’s no surprise I’ll be keeping my eyes peeled for Ms. Hoang’s next offering.
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    Cute

    It was sweet although the writing about sex I found a little too sharp.
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    Fluff, predictable, juvenile

    This book was not my thing, from the performer to the story. Didn’t realize I was purchasing a badly written erotic novel — thought it was going to be
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