Savvy writes for her school newspaper, although her identity is a secret to the other students! Everyone else thinks she just delivers the paper and helps out here and there. In this book, Savvy finds out just how confusing the high school years can really be for a teenager. A strange boy asks for her help, and what she first envisions as harmlessly helping him, quickly turns into something a little more complicated. She finds herself attracted to this guy, and she thinks he is attracted to her as well. So what's the problem, right??? The 'don't kiss him' part of the title comes from a part in the book where the guy she's helping kisses her. No-one seen this kiss...her first kiss!!! But, she still feels bothered about it.
Another problem is that maybe he hasn't quite learned how to properly treat a young lady and Savvy needs to take a good look inside herself to see if this is Ok with her moral values or not . Savvy not only works for the newspaper, but she finds a great organization to help out and she tries everything she can to get an article about this organization in the paper. She wants to volunteer her time and efforts to help this organization succeed. You'll have to read the book to see what she decides to do with her emotions and how she decides to help the organization and what comes of both of these!!
Even though this was technically book #3 in the 'London Confidential' series, I had no problems reading it as a stand alone title. I didn't feel like I had missed anything or was confused on anything, Sandra did a wonderful job at makind this book perfect to read as part of the series or just by itself :)
This is truly a great YA fiction book, and I think everyone will enjoy it !! Not just young adults !!