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Publisher's Summary

There are side effects to falling in love.
Gina Giancarlo is an interior design genius, fast as lightning with numbers...and autistic. Yearning to be just like everyone else, she joins a drug trial that promises to help her experience a full range of emotions.
With the ink still wet on his MBA, Chris Rinaldi has only two goals - make bags of cash and bag lots of women. Dancing on the edge of insider trading, he pushes his company to buy stock in a pharmaceutical firm because of its promising new autism drug.
As Gina's understanding of the world blossoms, she forms a connection with the Wall Street hustler, who appreciates her - quirks and all. And for the first time since his sister's death, Chris experiences true emotions with a woman who has recently discovered passion herself.
Gina believes the pills are responsible for her awakening. Chris knows they're responsible for his success. And when the drug is discontinued, the cost of "normal" might bankrupt their future.
©2016 Kate Forest (P)2018 Kate Forest
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5 out of 5 stars
By Kellie on 07-30-18

Good story!

This was an interesting look at autism and a good listen. Narrator did a great job as male and female. I enjoyed both perspectives. The story showed many of feelings that autism can cause a family to experience and how others perceive them. Nice surprise and I would recommend!

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By jodi on 06-03-18

Excellent!

This is one of those books that anyone & everyone can read. It helps understand the inner thoughts of an autistic mind. How the don’t feel emotion. I have an autistic nephew & the depiction of how he works through things was spot on. Narration was wonderful.

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