A collection of ten short stories, an Experiment in Emotions by P. A. Priddey offers some descriptions of love and romance that all contain a twist. Only the first one, The Dark Secret of Padwell, might use language too strong for the YA crowd. The last story, A Bag of Conkers, delivers a set of absurdities but ends with an I-didn’t-see-that-coming surprise. All are pleasant to read as they explore themes of deceptions, misperceptions, jealousy, and heightened puppy love (also known as lust, but not graphic lust). On an interest meter, I give this collection a ten out of ten. There are none that I wished I had skipped; all are interesting.