The Kiss Quotient, Helen Hoang quickly established herself as an author to watch with her debut novel.
Posted final June, the romance — which follows an autistic girl known as Stella whom employs an escort to aid her get confident with closeness — became a 2018 hit, making best-of-the-year listings and landing a film deal.
The Kiss Quotient had not been just an inspiring, heartwarming love story that she described as being a reverse Pretty Woman, it was included with Hoang’s very own compelling personal accessory towards the story: the truth that Stella’s neurodivergence helped Hoang make discoveries about by herself and locate answers she’d craved her life time.
Now the writer has returned with a similarly individual story in The Bride Test.
Right Here, her hero, Khai Diep, relative to your Kiss Quotient’s Michael, is autistic — a child whom thinks he has no emotions due to the stereotypes surrounding autism which have used him down.