Christina Lauren’s debut novel, The Love Hypothesis, is a New York Times bestselling novel. It’s about a New Yorker-bestselling author who discovers her true love, and the story of how she came to realize that she was capable of loving him back. While many of the elements of the novel are not entirely satisfying, this is a book that readers will find absorbing and thought-provoking.
The Love Hypothesis is an open-door romance, with a smutty scene. The book tackles the topic of Olive’s demisexuality, but the sex scenes aren’t necessarily romantic. Instead, they are awkward and tense. The characters are endearing, and the story is sweet. Ali Hazelwood’s debut novel will be published on September 14, 2021.
This YA novel has an enticing premise. A young woman in science discovers she can get a boyfriend. She finds the perfect man and decides to nuzzle her BFF, Anh, into him. Jeremy and Anh are destined to be together, but they haven’t gotten the sparks they’ve always wanted. The relationship between Olive and Jeremy is complicated and unrelatable, but her best friend, Anh, doesn’t think it’s a good idea.
This book is a must-read for anyone interested in STEM. You’ll be glad you read it. You’ll be happy you did. If you’re a fan of sci-fi, then you’ll enjoy this science-y romance. Just make sure you’re not a nerd! It will be hard for you to stop reading. It’s a charming read that balances real challenges with hopeful optimism.|