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Soul Kiss [Kindle Edition]

Neil Plakcy
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Book Description

Melissa Torani thinks of herself as an average seventeen-year-old — certainly not the smartest nor the most popular girl in her school. So she has no clue that her crush on the super cute but nerdy new guy Daniel Florez will soon result in their sharing a deep soul kiss — a kiss that will change her life forever. Suddenly, she's plunged into a world of FBI agents, gangster thugs, and Cuban exiles. And what's up with her brain? How come she's so much smarter than she used to be?

Just one kiss from Daniel turns Melissa's world into something from the Sci-Fi Channel -- have Daniel’s brain cells been leaking into her? How's that possible? And yet she’s reading faster than she ever has before, scoring higher on school tests, and even helping her parents understand what’s wrong with her brother, the Big Mistake.

Melissa's wry, funny attitude about growing up, falling in love and getting away from her parents will make you want to be her new best friend. Fans of Richelle Mead and Stephenie Meyer will fall in love with Melissa and Daniel as they depend on their brains and their deep emotional connection to survive-- and maybe even graduate from high school along the way.


Product Details

  • File Size: 359 KB
  • Print Length: 198 pages
  • Simultaneous Device Usage: Unlimited
  • Publisher: Neil S. Plakcy (May 25, 2011)
  • Sold by: Amazon Digital Services, Inc.
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B0052UQ48K
  • Text-to-Speech: Enabled
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  • Lending: Enabled
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #1,109,610 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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4.0 out of 5 stars Keeping things fresh... June 8, 2011
By SueM.
Format:Kindle Edition
I don't often read YA fiction but I admit to being surprisingly glad that I read this book as it seems to be a fresh take on the genre.

Melissa (or Missy as her family calls her, to her frustration) is in her final year of school before heading to college. She's always been considered to be fairly bright, taking AP classes in all her subjects, but has never been seen as a genius. Starting the final year with her is Daniel, a new boy who is kind of hot (if he got his hair cut and better clothes), has an accent, and who quickly demonstrates that he is a geek with extensive knowledge in all his classes. Of course, this doesn't make him popular with his classmates while his Cuban origins makes him doubly unpopular with some of Melissa's friends.

After helping Melissa's father with the purchase of a couple of computers from the store where he works part-time, Daniel is invited to dinner at Melissa's house. Melissa soon begins to see other qualities in Daniel which leads to a friendship developing between them. While helping Melissa study, Melissa in turn helps him learn to drive, particularly when it becomes clear Daniel comes from a poor part of town, where he lives with his widowed mother, and has no real access to a car. The friendship soon blossoms into romance and after their first kiss, Melissa starts changing, becoming much smarter academically, as if some of Daniel's thought processes and ability to speed read had somehow become a part of her.

From this point, the story develops almost into an X-Files type of story.
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5.0 out of 5 stars A Truly engrossing read.. May 30, 2011
Format:Kindle Edition
I was sucked into the story from the first pages and couldn't stop reading until I finished it. Loved the characters, loved the story and hated to see it end. In fact I'm hoping the author will continue the adventures of Melissa and Daniel. There were moments that made me laugh and think of my own "discussions" with my mom. The everyday moments of a teenager (the anxieties of senior year in hight school) meshed well with the adventure...

I highly recommend this story.
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