Stuck with You
Books | Fiction / Romance / Romantic Comedy
From the New York Times bestselling author of The Love Hypothesis comes a new steamy, STEMinist novella…Nothing like a little rivalry between scientists to take love to the next level.Mara, Sadie, and Hannah are friends first, scientists always. Though their fields of study might take them to different corners of the world, they can all agree on this universal truth: when it comes to love and science, opposites attract and rivals make you burn… Logically, Sadie knows that civil engineers are supposed to build bridges. However, as a woman of STEM she also understands that variables can change, and when you are stuck for hours in a tiny New York elevator with the man who broke your heart, you earn the right to burn that brawny, blond bridge to the ground. Erik can apologize all he wants, but to quote her rebel leader—she’d just as soon kiss a Wookiee. Not even the most sophisticated of Sadie’s superstitious rituals could have predicted such a disastrous reunion. But while she refuses to acknowledge the siren call of Erik’s steely forearms or the way his voice softens when he offers her his sweater, Sadie can’t help but wonder if there might be more layers to her cold-hearted nemesis than meet the eye. Maybe, possibly, even burned bridges can still be crossed…. To read Mara and Hannah’s stories look for the novellas Under One Roof, available now, and Below Zero, coming soon from Berkley!
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"I liked this one! The storyline bounces between past and present and of all of Ali Hazelwood’s STEM romances this one felt like it followed her typical formula the least. That being said it is still very similar to her other works. I really like the writing style and enjoyed this one! The main characters still fit her usual MMC being a giant attractive grumpy man and FMC being a tiny woman. All that seems to change is eye colour and hair. Overall good novella. There was spice 1.5-2/5 🌶️ level. "
"I think the pacing, the length, and the plot are perfect. I liked that it switch back and forth between timelines (only a 3 week difference) and that I was never quite sure what the next chapter would have in it. I love that she still includes science talk and really writes excellent STEM females. It had some spice (slightly more graphic), but not a ton."