Itís a good idea. Have a feminist, Skye Farrell, teach a NASCAR hunk, Clint MacAllister, about sex. And in return she learns the workings of the macho man. Why would she want to? Well, this intellectual is attracted to the alpha male and wants one for keeps. Without the wedding vows of course. The interesting spin to this story is that the hunk is not sure of the feministís true feelings. Heís a marriage kinda guy.
So yes, an interesting idea. Doesnít make a good book. Reading about sex education doesnít make a hot read. And a craving for cookies doesnít necessarily make a heroine Iíd want to identify with. So, itís no sizzle, too slow a pace and characters that are so desperate for partners they are willing to change their whole personality. The only redeeming aspect of this story is the secondary romance. Even though itís shorter itís far more genuine.
Kiss me Once, Kiss me Twice is a disappointment all the way to its too-predictable ending.