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Publisher's Summary

In First Kiss and Other Cautionary Tales, you will:

  • Learn about: spring-loaded toilet seats in the Pisa Airport (a creation of the Devil).
  • Find out why Googling "How to Pick Up a Chick" is not the best strategy for determining the best way to scoop up live poultry.
  • Hear the lurid details about a poor soul who inadvertently became locked in the loo at the Louvre.
  • Learn the ancient secret of an Italian grandmother's deadly chicken soup recipe. (Hint: it's all in the feet.)

©2013 Deborah M. Prum (P)2013 Deborah M. Prum

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Great read for a car trip

Would you consider the audio edition of First Kiss and Other Cautionary Tales to be better than the print version?

I think this book is only available as an audiobook and a Kindle. We listened to it in the car and this edition was fine.

Who was your favorite character and why?

That's obvious, the narrator. She lives a life that is more vivid than most, at least in the telling.

Which character – as performed by Deborah M. Prum – was your favorite?

The narrator and author was my favorite. They are one in the same.

Did you have an extreme reaction to this book? Did it make you laugh or cry?

This was a light listen, and took my mind off more serious stuff in my life.

Any additional comments?

I recommend it.