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Let'S Talk About Love

Claire Kann



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St Martin's Press
04 June 2019
Children's & Educational; Romance & relationships stories (Children's&YA)
Alice is secretly asexual, and that's the least important thing about her.

She's a college student, has a great job, amazing friends, and is fine being single-nope, that's a lie. Alice wants rom com-grade romance: feels, cuddling, kissing, and swoons galore-as long as it doesn't lead to having sex.

When her last relationship ends, Alice swears off relationships for good. Stick a fork in her, she's done. Everyone Alice tries to date is so sure love and sex have to go together, and there doesn't seem to be any way to convince them otherwise.

But when Alice meets Takumi, who she can't stop thinking about, she doesn't know what to do. If Alice tells him the truth, it can only end in heartache. But there's something about Takumi that makes him worth the risk. . . .
By:   Claire Kann
Imprint:   St Martin's Press
Country of Publication:   United States
Dimensions:   Height: 211mm,  Width: 134mm,  Spine: 21mm
Weight:   258g
ISBN:   9781250294500
ISBN 10:   1250294509
Pages:   304
Publication Date:   04 June 2019
Recommended Age:   From 13 years
Audience:   Children/juvenile ,  English as a second language
Format:   Paperback
Publisher's Status:   Active

Claire Kann hails from the glorious Bay Area where the weather is regrettably not nearly as temperate as it used to be. She has a BA in English/creative writing from Sonoma State University, and works for a nonprofit that you may have heard of where she daydreams like she's paid to do it. Let's Talk About Love is her debut novel.

Reviews for Let'S Talk About Love

Praise for Let's Talk About Love: Alice is black, biromantic, and asexual, and her relationship with Takumi is genuine and fun. . . . A light, enjoyable asexual romance with outstanding representation. Recommended. --School Library Journal Debut novelist Kann thoughtfully tackles what it means to be asexual and gives Alice a platform to discover who she is and what it means for her relationship with Takumi. Asexual readers will appreciate the visibility, and those--like Alice's ex--who know poorly understand it, will gain a better sense of what love without sex can look like. --Publishers Weekly Praise for Let's Talk About Love from the Swoon Reads community: A sweet and beautiful journey about self-discovery and identity!... A lovely book with very likable and diverse characters. Cutie Code: Cutest --Macy Filia, reader on I enjoy the character of Alice and love how different this story is from other novels as the main character is asexual. There aren't many novels that have asexual characters and it's something people need more of. --Alice, reader on This is a fantastic story!... I've never read a story quite like this one. --The Kindred Reader, reader on I need this published and I need it now. I want this on my shelf where I can admire it every day. --Kiara, reader on

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