Thursday, August 6, 2020

Chemistry of a Kiss

This was another excellent book in the series.

Note: I've read them out of order and there's no problem with that as each of the books are written as stand alones.

Ms. Krey certainly knows what she's about when writing YA romance.

There's lots of teen conflict and drama going on even before the characters get to fake dating. I really enjoyed how the teens had real problems. Divorce. Boyfriend/girlfriend issues. And yet the problems weren't represented as over the top with constant inner rants and meltdowns.

Having a teen at home,  I could see most of this unfolding in a real high school.

Plus, I think the teacher had the idea to give Harper and Jett a nudge in the right direction.

Very fun premise and read.


It was supposed to be a fake relationship, but then he kissed me. and things got real.

How did I end up in a fake relationship with the gorgeous captain of the basketball team, Jett Bryant?

I used to dream of kissing Jett back in kindergarten. He was the pastor's son but that didn't stop me from tackling him on the playground and kissing him smack on the lips.

Fast-forward to senior year when Jett and I got partnered to research—of all things—the chemistry of a kiss. It made me think about those yummy lips of his, which was not good since I was dating bad boy TJ Reynolds.

But then TJ kissed Jett's ex-girlfriend so I broke things off, and that's how the whole fake relationship began.

Now, all the feelings I had for Jett are flooding back as we spend time researching the kiss. We've even started exploring the chemistry of our own mind-blowing kisses while we "pretend" to like each other during our study dates.

Things really get complicated when Jett starts cozying up to me when nobody's around to witness it. It seems like this whole fake relationship is turning into the real thing. But how can I be sure?

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