- File Size: 4346 KB
- Print Length: 866 pages
- Publisher: Haver Street Press (May 14, 2019)
- Publication Date: May 14, 2019
- Sold by: Amazon.com Services LLC
- Language: English
- ASIN: B07RT6PSHP
- Text-to-Speech: Enabled
- Word Wise: Enabled
- Lending: Enabled
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #122,828 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
Chemistry Lessons Box Set: Books 1-3 Kindle Edition
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Great book. Fun geeky references throughout. The main characters had all sorts of funny situations that threw them together, and you weren't sure if you should cringe or rejoice over their antics. (A little of both, in a good way).
The storyline was compelling. They had a past, but what did that mean for the present/future? She goes to work for his mom's company (big yay for a female CEO), which of course causes all sorts of tension. The surrounding cast of characters were enjoyable and fun to get to know. I look forward to more about them in future books.
Some situations could have been cliche, but Miss Susannah Nix pulled it off pretty darn well. I've read all three of these, and they are ALL wonderful!!
Remedial Rocket Science
A fantastic, smart, cute and witty heroine moves cross-country and re connects with rich, handsome Jeremy, a one-time hook-up. Her journey includes recovering from guilt and loss and finding her way to happiness in a totally new job and social environment. I was totally Team Melody. Well-written and one I recommend.
Great story, likable characters, realistic situations. I wanted to hurry and finish to learn if the heroine achieved her HEA but I loved the writing and characters so much I did not want it to end. Esther was a realistic but flawed heroine with neighbor, friend, family and work life problems that I could relate to. Her fear of becoming vulnerable and facing rejection led her to some shaky decisions. Good thing she had a supportive brother and friends to help her make some hard choices and help jet confront her fears. I loved it and highly recommend Susannah Nix and her novels. I received an advance copy of this book from the author; this is my voluntary and honest review.
Advanced Physical Chemistry
💞Will the sexy☕ barista help Penny break her romantic losing streak?!💕
March 15, 2018
I loved this story! Heroine chemist/patent reviewer Penny seems relationship-challenged despite her ability to make friends with just about anyone. Her brave attempt to break her losing streak with handsome barista Caleb from her neighborhood coffee shop is out of character and leads to some major angst for both her and Caleb. Expect some steam along with gallons of meaningful glances across the coffee bar. I really got attached and wanted their badly-timed relationship to somehow resolve happily. Both of the MCs are endearing and Caleb has managed to turn out a shy and kind human being despite an awful upbringing.
Their story is so well-written that it was over before I knew it. I wanted their HEA but I also wanted more time with them. This is the third novel I've read by Ms Nix and I've never been disappointed. The fact that all of her heroines are smart and science-minded women who don't ignore their friends for the latest man in their life is a bonus. I am so glad I came across her work and can't wait for the next.
I read a complimentary advance copy of the book and this is my voluntary and honest review.
I loved having an office romance, “enemies” to lovers, a roadtrip and very funny and comedic circumstances and reactions!
Adam and Olivia are definitely 2 people used to being alone in their comfort zone but after they found each other there’s no doubt they compliment each other and they’re the best team!
As a short person myself, I enjoyed reading all about Olivia’s short problems because I’ve been there, which made them even funnier.
Olivia is not afraid of being herself. She does things because she wants to, and if those things make her happy then she doesn’t cares what others think. Although she is very independent and smart, she also has her own insecurities and comparing them to mine, I think I learned a lot about me through her experiences. There are a lot of feelings I share with Olivia.
Adam doesn’t come short either, he as well has gone through heartbreak and it’s scared of caring again until he gets to know Olivia. It was also nice to read a clean, sweet book with no explicit scenes (they’re implied but not written)
The whole book is about how sometimes when we turn off our prejudices we get to experience things we’ve been missing but have been there all along and if given a chance, could mean happiness. I didn’t want their work trip to be over any more than they did!