This book was adorable! It was a very quick read, as I read it in less than a day. But it was still really good. The whole premise was interesting, to say the least. Parker must kiss her brother's best friend at the kissing booth, and he keeps reminding her that it must look geniune. Like most girls, Parker doesn't have much experience in kissing, so she enlists the help of freshmen neighbor Tristan to teach her the ropes. Now, that shounds extremely awkward, but Parker is not like other girls and sees the practicality in learning to kiss well. I liked Parker's boldness and that she wasn't self-conscious during the "lessons". It's nice to see a heroine as confident as Parker. The romance between Tristan and Parker was really cute, and borrowed some themes from Romeo and Juliet because both their fathers hate each other. The ABC's of Kissing Boys was funny, romantic, and even had some great lessons on the definition of true friendship
8 out of 10.