Series | Chemistry Lessons #4
Release Date | July 2, 2019
Published by Haver Street Press
Genres | Contemporary, Enemies to Lovers
Format | ARC
Add to TBR | ADD TO GOODREADS
Buy | Amazon
A business trip with the office hottie turns into a road trip from hell.
Adam Cortinas may be gorgeous, but he’s made it clear he can’t stand Olivia—and the feeling is one hundred percent mutual. Too bad, because in order to bring the company’s new power plant online, they’re stuck with each other for the next week.
When their travel plans go horribly awry, Olivia finds herself stranded in the middle of nowhere with Adam, AKA the bane of her existence.
He’s in her space and in her head. All the forced proximity is driving Olivia insane. That’s the only explanation for these FEELINGS she’s suddenly having.
But it doesn’t change anything. They still hate each other.
Applied Electromagnetism is the fourth full-length novel in a series of standalone rom-coms about women in STEM fields.
What a gem of a read this one was! Applied Electromagnetism was my second read from this series and I just about adored every minute of Olivia and Adam’s story. I think geeky romances should be more of a trope because I am here for ALL OF IT.
Enemies-to-lovers and forced proximity just might be my new favorite trope combination to read. With the both of them wanting to just claw each other’s eyes out and having to be stuck with one of another as they team up for work, the tension and everything else is all there. It’s literally the best ride ever!
I was so fascinated with each of their back stories and they quickly turned to two very different characters that I’ve never read about in the romance world.
Susannah’s writing style is a bit different from what I’m used to be, but I was completely engaged with this read. There were several moments where I couldn’t help but chuckle to myself.
Truly an enjoyable and quirky read.
major thank you to the author for the complimentary copy in consideration for a review. this does not affect my opinion of the book or review.