Helen Hoang

The Kiss Quotient

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    , Berkley, an imprint of Penguin Random House LLC, New York.

    First published in Great Britain in 2018 by Corvus, an imprint of Atlantic Books Ltd.

    Copyright © Helen Hoang, 2018

    The moral right of Helen Hoang to be identified as the author of this work has been asserted by her in accordance with the Copyright, Designs and Patents Act of 1988.

    All rights reserved. No part of this publication may be reproduced, stored in a retrieval
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    If you stop challenging yourself, you’re not going to make any more improvement with your social skills
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    it’s working better than expected.”
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    shall remain nameless
    Matilde Merinohas quotedlast month
    “It means if you want to buy me a car, I want to drive it.” His lips curved with a suggestive grin, and his eyes danced. “If you want to buy me boxers, I want to wear them.”
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    Her behavior of the past week disgusted her.

    Yes, she was lonely. Yes, she had a broken heart. But at least she had herself.
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    but that was her. She could change her actions, change her words, change her appearance, but she couldn’t change the root of herself.
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    This crusade to fix herself was ending right now. She wasn’t broken. She saw and interacted with the world in a different way
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    Janelle nodded sagely. “It’s never too late for true love.”

    “Bah. I just want to work. Money is better than men. I want a Hermès handbag.”
    Matilde Merinohas quotedlast month
    “You sound just like your dad. If you can’t stand being with a woman who’s more successful than you, then leave her alone. She’s better off without you. If you actually love her, then know the value of that love and make it a promise. That is the only thing she needs from you.”
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    Love, he found, was a jail. It trapped, and it clipped wings. It dragged you down, forced you to places you didn’t want to go—like this club he didn’t belong in.
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    What would he think if she told him how difficult it was for her to do things like dancing and drinking? Going out was supposed to be fun. For her, it was work—hard work. She could interact with people if she wanted to, but it cost her. Some times more than others.
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    Which was actually one of her main weaknesses, and a defining characteristic of her disorder. She didn’t know how to be semi-interested in something. She was either indifferent . . . or obsessed. And her obsessions weren’t passing things. They consumed her and became a part of her. She kept them close, wove them into her very life. Just like her work.
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    If she was artistically talented on top of being smart, successful, and gorgeous, she was officially his dream woman in the flesh. And so far out of his league as to be laughable.
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    I’ll keep that in mind,” Stella said
    Tamerlanhas quoted2 months ago
    He kissed her again, a deep
    vitusojettehas quoted2 months ago
    You’re going to have to decide if you believe me.”
    They didn’t speak for the rest of the drive. He drove up the drive-way to her smart, renovated cottage, complete with rosemary hedges and solar panels on the roof, and parked in the surgically sterile two-car garage.
    Евгений Ивановhas quoted2 months ago
    Stella Lane’s gaze jumped from her breakfast up to her mother’s gracefully aging face. A subtle application of makeup drew attention to battle-ready, coffee-colored eyes. That boded ill for Stella. When her mother got something into her mind, she was like a honey badger with a vendetta
    Евгений Ивановhas quoted2 months ago
    you hate surprises
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    Shock gave way to rapid-fire, panic-scrambled thoughts
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