Love on the Brain: From the bestselling author of The Love Hypothesis

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Love on the Brain: From the bestselling author of The Love Hypothesis

Love on the Brain: From the bestselling author of The Love Hypothesis

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The only reason I didn't give it a five star is because of that drama moment near the end 😂😂 it just felt soooo far fetched and it did ruin the romance for me a little as it so random to have it get that dramatic. But when it comes time to actually make a move and put her heart on the line, there’s only one question that matters: What will Bee Koenigswasser do? everytime she was making a cat pun, thinking it’s the purr-fect response a human has ever given, a part of my soul shrivels. And, while we’re talking STEM rep—I’m no expert, but every time a female MC experiences sexism in the workplace, is it really the ‘STEMinist’ move to have her man be the one to swoop in and immediately fix everything for her?

To make matters worse, the staff isn’t paying attention to her, Levi is somehow becoming an ally, and she finds herself exploring these new feelings about Levi’s new alliance that has her questioning herself. But while she is talented, she is also lazy- because instead of recycling garbage she recycled the adored script of The Love Hypothesis.But Levi made his feelings toward Bee very clear in grad school – archenemies work best employed in their own galaxies far, far away. I love that her heroines work in STEM, but honestly is she giving STEM a good name if ALL of her heroines are incredibly dumb and not emotionally intelligent? But what if Levi is not the villain of this story and only thing he wants to do this accomplish their mission by working as equal colleagues.

I go to sleep thinking about it, and then I wake up, go to work, and she is there, and it’s impossible.but this book gives me all the fuzzy feelings as a women in stem so i am willing to ignore all of them.

I loved the narration, Brooke Bloomingdale was excellent, her interpretation of characters was perfection and her voices were really good. Supongo que esa es la fórmula de Ali y por ahora me gusta, aunque espero que en futuros libros le cambie un poco. I think I adored Love on the Brain even more, just because it really had me laughing out loud at some of Bee's inner. If NASA offered her the lead on a neuroengineering project-a literal dream come true after years scraping by on the crumbs of academia-Marie would accept without hesitation.Levi’s pining that we don’t see from his perspective but are still aware of can be considered of the best parts about this. I would like to read about different characters from the author though because it is a pretty similar dynamic to her first book with the grumpy/sunshine trope, though this time you get enemies to lovers. But when she realizes she’s going to work with grad school arch-nemesis Levi Ward: tall, dark haired, piercing green eyes, a brainy Adonis, she curses her luck! As if the book gods knew I was going to be scrounging for crumbs to praise here and wanted one last laugh, but I digress. first of all, why is this female character last name named after a chemical compound of acids aka aqua regia and second of all did you know that if you translate Königswasser literally it means ‘royal water’ uhm.

Ali Hazelwood is a multi-published author—alas, of peer-reviewed articles about brain science, in which no one makes out and the ever after is not always happy. I've loved both of her full-length novels (I'm a little iffier on her novellas, but I'm generally not a fan of novellas).But when it comes time to actually make a move and put her heart on the line, there’s only one question that matters: What will Bee Königswasser do? the few reasons this book isn’t getting a full 5 stars is because some of the writing did make my eye twitch but i’m not ready to unpack that. Yeah, the story feels a lot like The Love Hypothesis, as most of her books do, but the few differences are enough to make it worthwhile. I truly cannot fathom how her heroines (and sadly Bee is included) are soooo smart when it comes to academia, but not real life. And if those aren’t included, I appreciate it when the author shows and tells how both characters feel (or, in this case, how Bee was feeling), so the reader can see how they felt.



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