A beautiful novel with interesting characters and a welcome break from the usual plot lines.
Stella Lane believes that arithmetic is the only thing that connects the cosmos. She creates algorithms to forecast client purchases, a career that has given her more money than she knows what to do with and far less dating experience than the typical 30-year-old. It doesn’t help that she has Asperger’s syndrome and that French kissing makes her think of a shark getting its teeth cleaned by a pilot fish. She thinks she needs a lot of practice – with a professional – and hires escort Michael Phan.
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The Vietnamese-Swedish beauty can’t afford to turn Stella down, so he offers to assist her in ticking off all the boxes on her lesson plan, from foreplay to a more-than-missionary position.
“The Kiss Quotient is a superbly written book with endearing characters, genuine difficulties, and comprehensible conflict; it is a lot of fun to read.”
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Stella soon learns not just to love his kisses, but also to want everything else he makes her feel. Their no-nonsense relationship begins to make bizarre logic. Stella is convinced that the pattern that develops is the best type of reasoning.
The Kiss Quotient (2018) by Helen HoangDune (2007) By: Glennon Doyle
by The Book Guide® Editors4.5/5 Very good