Book Review: The Kiss Quotient by Helen Hoang

Rating: 4.25/5

Genre: Contemporary Romance, Fiction

Warnings: cancer, sexual assault, ableism

Read if you liked: A Charm Offensive

Steam: 3.5-4

Tropes: Fake-Dating, STEM Rep, Neurodiverse Rep, Just A Hookup, Workplace

Summary: via Goodreads

Are there books you’ve loved and recommended but realized you’ve never reviewed? So many “firsts” in a series I’ve loved I haven’t reviewed because it was before being on this platform. Be prepared for a few throwbacks coming your way!

The Kiss Quotient was one of my first steamy contemporary romances + the first I read with neurodiversity representation. I just love @hhoangwrites writing it’s funny, raw and generally just makes you FEEL all the things. It’s worth all the hype it has!

I’m a fan of this series and literally on the edge of the seat to read the Heart Principle. @berkleyromance I would do about anything to still get an ARC of this book.

Things I loved: Stella was so well written, you couldn’t help but love her endlessly. Michael was so kind and respectful of Stella. Steamy with so much consent! I loved the slow burn in the emotional realization. Neurodiversity representation. The delightful humor throughout.

Things I didn’t care for: As always, the miscommunication…I just wanted them to talk to each other. If this is my only complaint, we are doing good!

I hope you enjoy this one as much as I did!

Love,

A

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