Hypothesis for Love #5: The more time spent together, the more likely the individuals will experience romantic attraction towards each other.
I, Sophie Carson, am done with men. I postponed my PhD for my narcissistic, cheating ex-husband. Now, I'm finally divorced and back on track. Who needs romance when I have my research, best friend, and karaoke nights?
To gain valuable experience, I accept a summer research assistant position at a pharmaceutical company. Only it turns out my new boss is the gorgeous guy with a sexy British accent I kissed at a club. Dr. Max Goodall, however, doesn't remember me.
Now, we're stuck working together in a lab...just the two of us. Max is smart and hardworking, but we clash over everything. That doesn't stop our chemistry from growing exponentially. We can't react, or I'll lose job and, possibly, my heart.
All I have to do is ignore the attraction and focus on the data. Easy, right?
Hypothesis for Love is the first book in the Romancing the Geek series, a new steamy rom-com series set at a pharmaceutical company in Seattle, Washington. It features the enemies-to-lovers trope between a smart heroine who’s done with men, and her sexy, nerdy scientist boss, who needs his project to succeed…or he’ll be looking for a new job.