The Love Hypothesis: By Ali Hazelwood Is Adorable And Steamy Book
The Love Hypothesis by Ali Hazelwood is adorable and steamy book. I should say it was the most adorable and steamy book that I have read in a long time. Book that I thoroughly enjoyed. I never realized I required a STEM romance in my life. But hello! give me a romance set in the world of academia and I am loving it. This book really checked all of my boxes and was an outright delight to read.
Olive is a third-year Ph.D. student. Her life is focused and all she wants to do is research on early detection of pancreatic cancer. She lacks the time to deal with anything else, including dating. At the point when she has to convince her dearest friend that she is dating somebody, she kisses the first person she sees, who turns out to be the notorious Dr. Adam Carlsen. The teacher and research master has gained a reputation for being an antagonistic and cold tyrant. After Olive tells him why she kissed, Adam agrees to fake date Olive to help her with her best friend and to likewise accomplish his very own objectives. Their fake dating plan gradually forms into a chemistry that will ultimately combust.
I liked both Olive and Adam’s characters! Olive is focused, humble and highly intelligent. I associated with the way that she had feelings of an inability to embrace success since it’s something I feel even fifteen years into my profession. Olive is a little neurotic as I am – her inner dialogue consistently went to the worst outcome imaginable and it was entertaining. Adam is a hot nerd who has a delicate side that he doesn’t show. How can a caring and smart man not make you faint? Both of them together were so charming with their talk and teasing.
I liked watching the development of the connection among Adam and Olive, and I truly ended up loving Adam a ton. It was a very slow burn, which isn’t normally my type, yet the hot times, when they occurred, were incredible. Adam and Olive truly appeared to be good for one another, however all I needed was for them to be straightforward and open with each other. I think, it took us too long to arrive there. There was an epilogue, yet I didn’t get all I needed from it either.
Overall, The Love Hypothesis by Ali Hazelwood was a good read. This is one of the very best romances, and certainly the absolute best romantic comedy, that I have read in recent past.
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