Q: Do you like friends to love or enemies to love?
Kiss and Repeat
Stephen Luckie isn’t so lucky in love. He’s completely inexperienced when it comes to girls and wonders if his tics—caused by Tourette’s Syndrome—are the reason.
Then a game at a party reveals that his body goes still while kissing. Using the scientific method drilled into him by his scientist father, Steven begins the best experiment ever—one that involves kissing as many girls as possible. Who knew science could be so fun?
But when the experiment gets underway, Stephen begins to question how he treats girls—and if his tics have been standing in his way at all. With two girls interested in him, he has to figure out what really matters to him and what he’ll risk—and gain—by being his true self
Stephen seemed to have an embarrassment of riches with his kissing experiment. But with one girl thinking they were dating and more girls hearing about his experiment and volunteering.
Things were getting complicated.
The one girl he wanted to kiss was still unattainable and kept catching him in awkward situations.
This book was a fun look at high school, how fast gossip spreads, the parties, studying, getting grounded, being a kid but almost an adult. This in-between time where emotions are high, everything changes and relationships evolve.
I enjoyed his inner monologue with his tics. His idea of why his tics increased and decreased was interesting and his feelings regarding them. His friends more or less ignored them but in a way that bothered him.
This cover is so pretty too! There was a lot of bike riding!
Thank you net galley and dreamscape media for my advanced Audiobook for my honest and voluntary review.
Do you have any recommendations of Own voices books for neurodivergent? I love Helen Hoang and Chloe Liese.
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