We Won't Feel a Thing by J.C. Lillis

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I thought it was sweet and funny and I liked it a lot. Although I have to admit that at times when I was reading I was afraid I would fall into a sugar coma – there was almost too much sweet in this story for me.
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Seventeen-year-old best friends Rachel and Riley are in forbidden love.

Their situation’s. . .complicated. And their timing couldn’t be worse—in just one month, he leaves for California and she starts college in New York. The absolute last thing they need is a reckless secret-love confession mucking up their perfect plans.

There’s only one logical option: scientific intervention.

Desperate for a quick fix, they sign up for WAVES, an experimental self-help program led by mysterious scientist David A. Kerning. He swears his Forbidden Love Module can turn passion back to safe platonic friendship in “six easy steps.”

But when you arm yourself with an untested program, side effects are unpredictable.

And sometimes when you fight love—love fights back.
 

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Published March 29, 2014 247 pages
Genres: Romance, Science Fiction & Fantasy. Fiction
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Reviewed by Sirius on Jun 13 2016

I thought it was sweet and funny and I liked it a lot. Although I have to admit that at times when I was reading I was afraid I would fall into a sugar coma – there was almost too much sweet in this story for me.

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