The love Hypothesis tries to showcase fake dating troupe !
wish you could see yourself the way I see you”
The love Hypothesis is a romance book by Ali Hazelwood. The book was published on 14 September 2021 by Berley Books. The book has received both positive and critics feedback followed by topping the Goodreads Choice Awards.
Olive, a PhD grad student is experimenting with pancreatic cancer and devours her time testing and researching in labs. She had recently broken up with her boyfriend and her bestie Anh is after her ex. To convince her best friend that she has moved on from her breakup, she concludes to kiss the random person she comes across, she smooched Adam the presumptuous and smart professor. She decided to play an act of being in love with Him and vice versa.
Well, this was not relatable. But I can say that others might have. Also, I had no such events occurs or ensued in my life.
He’d clearly never seen a rom-com or read a romance novel in his life.
enjoyed reading this book. It was good to know about STEM and medical stuff. My favourite scene or part in the book was the first few chapters after the Kiss Incident. I think it was worth it.
Talking about the characters, I felt characters are not as relatable. It’s a full fiction book so I don’t have any grudge to expect any realism here. But I was disappointed with the way the author has created Olive character. It does not look like a mature person who is doing a PhD. It was childish, annoying and ver fabricated personality.
Adam, was sane until I got to know that he is a pervert who was already keeping eye on her through the years. I mean you are a professor, you may look like Greek God but that doesn’t mean to stalk anyone like this.
Anh, man why this character was even called a friend. At first, I thought she was quite good but later on, she was somewhat jealous and domineering too. Always building up clumsy moments between the couple.
Youkiss him and next thing you know he’s saving your ass and he’s buying you scones and calling you a smart-ass in a weirdly affectionate tone
Did you… Did you just kiss me?” He sounded puzzled, and maybe a little out of breath. His lips were full and plump and… God. Kissed. There was simply no way Olive could get away with denying what she had just done.
Still, it was worth a try.
Surprisingly, it seemed to work.
“Ah. Okay, then.” Carlsen nodded and turned around, looking vaguely disoriented. He took a couple of steps down the hallway, reached the water fountain – maybe where he’d headed in the first place.
Olive was starting to believe that she might actually be off the hook when he halted and turned back with a skeptical expression.
“Are you sure?
I am abstruse how this book is called Rom-Com and fake dating. First, this book is neither romantic nor comedy. It’s plain general fiction. Second, after browsing so many books on Wattpad about fake dating, I honestly thought that this will be
Satisfactory and will chop my boundaries. But it was beyond my imagination. I mean does fake dating happen by informing every damn person? Do you have to attend meetings every third or fourth day of the week?
This book is definitely for an 18+ target audience. Secondly, this book has a lot to do with the story as I find it incomplete. Anyone can grab attention by writing consummation scenes but if the storyline is impoverished then nobody will likely endow their money in this book.
As it was the heavenly buildup, also to be noted above the way the author describes the outer beauty was odd, for example, big shoulders, muscles and private parts of a body. It was so embarrassing to read such stuff.