The Love Hypothesis by Ali Hazelwood full audiobook

The Love Hypothesis

Ali Hazelwood

First published 14 september 2021

The Love Hypothesis is a charming and funny romance novel that will make you smile, laugh, and swoon. The novel follows the adventures of Olive Smith, a biology Ph.D. student who is passionate about her research on pancreatic cancer, but clueless about her love life. When she kisses her grumpy and gorgeous professor, Adam Carlson, to convince her best friend that she has moved on from her ex, she sparks a fake relationship that soon becomes very real.

The novel is full of witty banter, steamy chemistry, and heartwarming moments. The characters are well-developed and realistic, with flaws and insecurities that make them relatable. Olive is a smart, independent, and loyal woman who has trouble opening up and trusting others. Adam is a brilliant, confident, and generous man who hides his vulnerability and pain behind his sarcasm and professionalism. They have a love-hate relationship that evolves into a genuine friendship and a deep connection. The novel also features a colorful cast of supporting characters, such as Olive’s loud and loving friends, Adam’s supportive and hilarious colleagues, and Olive’s ex-boyfriend who adds some drama to the plot.

The novel is not only a romance, but also a story about finding oneself, following one’s dreams, and overcoming one’s fears. Olive and Adam both face challenges in their personal and professional lives, such as family expectations, career choices, cultural differences, and past traumas. They also learn to communicate, compromise, forgive, and heal. The novel is emotional and touching, but also humorous and hopeful. It has some spicy scenes, but they are balanced by sweet moments and meaningful conversations.

The Love Hypothesis is a captivating and entertaining novel that will make you fall in love with Olive and Adam. It is a story about pretending to be someone else, only to find out who you really are. It is a story about the power of love and science.

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